Company Overview of Employers Mutual Casualty Company
Employers Mutual Casualty Company, doing business as EMC Insurance Companies, operates as a property and casualty insurance company in the United States. The company offers property, liability, auto, workers’ compensation, data compromise, crime, and errors and omissions insurance products, as well as employment practices liability and umbrella coverage; special group programs for businesses, industry and trade associations, schools, public entities, and other groups with various hazards and exposures; and excess and surplus lines, surety and fidelity bonds, third party administration, workplace life insurance, and claim services. It also provides personal insurance products, such as homeown...
717 Mulberry Street
Des Moines, IA 50309
Founded in 1911
Key Executives for Employers Mutual Casualty Company
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Vice President and President of EMC Reinsurance Company
Chief Investment Officer and Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Employers Mutual Casualty Company Key Developments
Employers Mutual Casualty Company to Report Q4, 2013 Results on Feb 20, 2014
Jan 27 14
Employers Mutual Casualty Company announced that they will report Q4, 2013 results Pre-Market on Feb 20, 2014
Richard Schulz Retires as Senior Vice President of Claims of Employers Mutual Casualty Co. and EMC Insurance Group
Jun 5 13
Richard Schulz, senior vice president of claims at Employers Mutual Casualty Co. and EMC Insurance Group Inc., retired effective May 10, 2013.
Salon Owner Sues Employers Mutual Casualty Company over Insurance Policy
Oct 10 12
Hairstylist Sandi Fannin filed a lawsuit against Employers Mutual Casualty Company on October 9, 2012, in Orange County Superior Court accusing Employers Mutual Casualty of operating in bad faith and inflicting emotional distress by delaying and then withholding payments. The lawsuit, filed October 9, 2012 in Orange County Superior Court, contends that Fannin and her husband, Randy Fannin, had a commercial insurance policy with Employers Mutual Casualty Co. that protected them from losses of property and income. But the insurance company treated Sandi Fannin "rudely, arrogantly and as an adversary," rather than looking out for her best interests. The insurance company told Fannin that 30 days was sufficient time to get Salon Meritage up and running after the killings, and eventually paid her less than half of the business interruption payments she is entitled to. The lawsuit states EMC has paid Fannin about $30,000 in insurance payments, which is about half of what she is entitled to.
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