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Top Insurance Companies in the United States

Top Insurance Companies in the United States : The insurance companies to be chosen by the clients can be classified by their size, by their financial solvency, by how they are quoted in the market, by their value in the stock exchange, by the sale of net premiums in the year or by the value of the policies they sold.

All these values give a ranking of the best ones or those that are positioned in the first places of the ranking.


From the Top Insurance Companies in the United States according to their capitalization in the world stock exchanges, it gives rise to the investors to buy shares of these companies.

  1. Among this ranking in the first place is Berkshire Hathaway with a capitalization of 308 billion dollars,
  2. In second place is China Life Insurance with a capitalization of 80 billion dollars.
  3. In third place is Allianz with a capitalization of 76.8 billion dollars.
  4. In fourth place is American International Group with a capitalization of 72.3 billion dollars.
  5. In fifth place is Ping An of China with a capitalization of 65.6 billion dollars.
  6. In sixth place is Metlife Inc with a capitalization of 59.4 billion dollars.
  7. In seventh place is AXA with a capitalization of 57.8 billion dollars.
  8. Eighth place is AIA Group Hong Kong with a capitalization of 54.4 billion dollars.
  9. Ninth place is held by ING Group with a capitalization of 54.4 billion dollars.
  10. The tenth place is occupied by Zurich Insurance with a capitalization of 45.4 billion dollars.
Top Insurance Companies in the United States


Not all insurance companies are listed on the stock exchange, then the ranking is created using the sales data and in this sense:

#Top 10 ranking Insurance Companies in the United States
  1. State Farm Group occupies the 1st place in the ranking with a value of 50.8 billion in its policies sold.
  2. Allstate Insurance Group ranks 2nd with a total of 24.8 billion policies sold.
  3. Liberty Mutual ranks 3rd with 21.5 billion in policies sold.
  4. Berkshire Hathaway occupies the 4th place with a value of 21.4 billion in policies sold.
  5. Travelers Group occupies the 5th place with a value of 20.6 billion in policies sold.
  6. American International Group, occupies the 6th place with a value of 19.7 billion in policies sold.
  7. Nationwide Group, occupies the 7th place with a value of 14.5 billion dollars.
  8. Progressive Insurance Group, occupies the 8th place with a value of 14.5 billion dollars in policies sold.
  9. Farmers Insurance Group, occupies the 9th place, with a value of 14.1 billion dollars.
  10. USAA Group occupies the 10th place with a value of 10.7 billion dollars.

According to your total assets: The ranking of the insurance companies evaluated according to their total assets is as follows:

#Top 10 total assets Insurance Companies in the United States
  1. 1st Metlife with 914,687 billion dollars.
  2. 2ª Prudential Financial with 797.365 billion dollars.
  3. 3rd Berkshire Hathaway with 654,451 billion dollars.
  4. 4th American International Group with 500,162 billion dollars.
  5. 5th New York life with 318,000 billion dollars.
  6. 6th TIAA with 294,057 billion dollars.
  7. 7th Lincoln Financial Group with 267,458 billion dollars.
  8. 8th Aegon Americas (Transamerica) with 263.190 billion dollars.
  9. 9th Manulife Financial with 262.630 billion dollars.
  10. 10th State Farm Group with 256,030 billion dollars.

However, classifications of another type are carried out evaluating the insurance companies according to general satisfaction. In this sense:

Geico: is a good option to manage an online account instead of contacting the company in person, offers lower prices in auto insurance, easy online applications as well as very simple online management tools.

Other features that make Geico stand out are the optional coverages such as emergency roadside assistance, mechanical breakdown, and rental reimbursement.

In 2016, Geico was rated as the best in terms of overall satisfaction by JD Power and better by financial strength by Standard & Poors.

Enlist: It also offers a wide selection of services ranging from home and car insurance to life insurance, annuities, and mutual funds.

In terms of overall satisfaction, it is a company that achieved a good position according to JD Power’s evaluation and according to its financial strength, it also achieved a good position according to the evaluation of AM Best.

Progressive: It also has a tool to quote online that gives an estimate of the company’s rates along with the rates of some of the main competitors.

With many integrated discounts including discounts for multiple drivers and insurance, it is easy to create a customized package with the right amount of coverage and a premium that works for each client.

USAA: It has automotive policies with features that include the discount of a long-term automobile insurance, but to be eligible, you must qualify with the USAA criteria, which include:

Be an active military member of the army, navy, Marin, coast guard or air force.

Be an ex-military individual who separated or retired with an honorable discharge.

Family, widows, widowers, unmarried ex-spouses, or children whose parents had USAA property or automobile insurance.

Cadets and applicants or individuals enrolled in service academies in the United States, in ROTC scholarships or in advanced AROTC.

Farmers: is a company with an experience of 85 years, for those who are interested in an automobile insurance policy, Farmers Insurance has good options, with optional supplements that include replacement of new cars, forgiveness for small claims and forgiveness for accidents.

Some of the discounts offered are the affinity of the company open to professionals such as engineers, doctors, architects, firefighters, police, scientists, pilots, lawyers, and teachers.

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