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Reviewed by Chris Harrigan
Former Auto Insurance Claims Manager

UPDATED: Sep 30, 2020

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Key takeaways...

  • National Automobile and Casualty Insurance Company has been liquidated and no longer sells insurance

This National Automobile Car Insurance Review will show the insurance policies and services offered by the National Automobile and Casualty Insurance Company.

This former car insurance company is no longer in existence, but when it was an operating organization it specialized in Homeowner Insurance, Private Passenger Automobile Liability, and physical damage insurance.

The company was based in Pasadena, California and surrounding areas, sometimes including other states. It worked as a subsidiary of Bush O’Donnell & Co.

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About National Automobile

The company is currently in liquidation. According to a press release by the State of California Department of Insurance the company was conserved due to its insolvency based on an annual statement and financial examination report.

All of the company’s policies and services were canceled. All remaining claims were paid in full.

National Automobiles and Casualty Insurance Company’s estate distribution was completed through the State of California in 2009 and the company has since released a Declaration of Compliance with all liquidation policies and procedures.

Since the National Automobile and Casualty Insurance Company no longer offers services, it is not a viable option for any individual or company to buy insurance.

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References:

  1. https://www.consumerreports.org/car-insurance/10-tips-to-save-on-car-insurance/
  2. https://www.caclo.org/perl/index.pl?document_id=927c1c73d7f4556cf194167688ec8fba
  3. https://www.forbes.com/sites/barbaramarquand/2016/04/29/5-tips-for-saving-on-car-insurance-after-college/#4b06cb815c8c
  4. https://www.investopedia.com/articles/pf/06/carinsurance.asp