On March 3, 2012, the second day of a tornado outbreak across the southern U.S., a tornado passed through Greater Charlotte, N.C., and left homes heavily damaged. This is the story of one of the many families Amica helped.
When a tornado passed through Greater Charlotte, N.C., it left homes heavily damaged. This is the story of one of the many families Amica helped.
A boiler fire forced Alicia R. and her family out of her home. This is the story of how Amica came through for them when they needed it most.
A fire destroyed the home of Amica Policyholders in Indianapolis, Ind. This is their story.
A tornado destroyed the home of an Amica family. This is their story.
"Throughout the whole process there was never a time that I didn’t feel Amica wasn’t there in our corner helping us."
Collision and other than collision, also known as comprehensive, cover many of the causes of damage to your car. But it’s important to remember they are separate coverages that play a big role if you have a claim.
Do you know the difference between collision and other than collision coverage? Let Amica help.
Do you know if you have enough coverage for your personal property? Let Amica help.
Amica offers tips on how to keep your vehicle safe and dependable.
Amica shares tips on what to put in a roadside emergency kit.
Amica shares tips to keep your home safe while you’re away.
Homeowners should use caution with fireplaces. Amica shares tips on how to safely use your fireplace.
Amica Insurance shares tips for practicing fire safety in the kitchen.
Many flammable materials are stored in homeowner’s garages. Amica shares tips on how to safely store gasoline and other flammable materials.