Top U.S. Property and Casualty Companies: In Net Premiums Written during 2002 by Company and All Subsidiaries. Dollars in Thousands

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Top U.S. Property and Casualty Companies: In Net Premiums Written during 2002 by Company and All Subsidiaries. Dollars in Thousands


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    1    State Farm Mutual Group Bloomington, Ill.
    2    Allstate Insurance Co. Group Northbrook, Ill.
    3    American International Group New York
    4    National Indemnity Co. Group Omaha
    5    Travelers Hartford, Conn.
    6    Nationwide Group Columbus, Ohio
    7    Farmers Insurance Group Los Angeles
    8    Liberty Mutual Group Boston
    9    Progressive Casualty Group Mayfield Village, Ohio
    10   Hartford Fire Group Conn.
    11   Combined Federal Insurance Co. N.J.
    12   United Services Automobile Assurance Group San Antonio
    13   Zurich Insurance Co. Group Schaumburg, Ill.
    14   Continental Casualty Group Chicago
    15   St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
    16   American Family Insurance Group Madison, Wis.
    17   Employers Reinsurance Corp. Group Overland Park, Kan.
    18   Combined Safeco Insurance Co. Group Seattle
    19   Associated Insurance Group Indianapolis
    20   Erie Insurance Exchange Group Pa.
    21   Auto-Owners Insurance Group Lansing, Mich.
    22   Royal and Sun Alliance USA Charlotte, N.C.
    23   OneBeacon Insurance Group Boston
    24   Metropolitan P&C Insurance Co. Warwick, R.I.
    25   Ace American Insurance Co. Philadelphia
    26   Motors Insurance Corp. Group Southfield, Mich.
    27   W.R. Berkley Corp. Greenwich, Conn.
    28   Cincinnati Insurance Group
    29   Fireman's Fund Insurance Group Novato, Calif.
    30   Great American Group Cincinnati
    31   TIG Insurance Group Irving, Tex.
    32   Hanover Insurance Co. Group Worcester, Mass.
    33   FM Global Johnston, R.I.
    34   Everest Reinsurance Group Liberty Corner, N.J.
    35   Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Cos. Long Grove, Ill.
    36   Prudential Property and Casualty Insurance Holmdel, N.J.
    37   California State Automobile Association San Francisco
    38   The Continental Insurance Co. Chicago
    39   Mercury Casualty Group Los Angeles
    40   Inter-Insurance Exchange of the Automobile Club of S. Calif. Costa Mesa
    41   Winterthur U.S. Holding Group Wilmington, Del.
    42   Unitrin Property and Casualty Insurance Group Dallas
    43   Sentry Insurance a Mutual Co. Group Stevens Point, Wis.
    44   Ohio Casualty Insurance Co. Fairfield
    45   Medical Mutual of Ohio Cleveland
    46   Commerce Group Inc. Webster, Mass.
    47   Auto Club Insurance Association Dearborn, Mich.
    48   Country Mutual of Illinois Group Bloomington
    49   Ohio Farmers Insurance Group Westfield Center
    50   South Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Co. Ridgeland, Miss.
    51   State Automobile Mutual Group Columbus, Ohio
    52   American Reinurance Group Princeton, N.J.
    53   Swiss Reinsurance America Corp. Group Armonk, N.Y.
    54   Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corp. Milwaukee
    55   Markel Corp. Group Glen Allen, Va.
    56   Old Republic Insurance Group Chicago
    57   Federated Mutual Group Owatonna, Minn.
    58   Amica Mutual Group Lincoln, R.I.
    59   Harleysville Mutual Insurance Co. Group Pa.
    60   New Jersey Manufacturers Group West Trenton
    61   Employers Mutual Co. of Des Moines
    62   Selective Insurance Group Branchville, N.J.
    63   Assurant Group Miami
    64   Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association Insurance Co. Philadelphia
    65   Medical Liability Mutual Group New York
    66   Shelter Insurance Cos. Group Columbia, Mo.
    67   Radian Guaranty Inc. Philadelphia
    68   Blue Cross and Blue Shield of South Carolina Inc. Columbia, S.C.
    69   American National Property and Casualty Co. Springfield, Mo.
    70   Clarendon Group New York
    71   Grange Mutual Casualty Insurance Co. Columbus, Ohio
    72   Ambac Assurance Corp. New York
    73   Partner Reinsurance Co. of the U.S. Greenwich, Conn.
    74   Alfa Insurance Group Montgomery, Ala.
    75   MBIA Insurance Corp. Armonk, N.Y.
    76   Axa Insurance Group New York
    77   Tennessee Farmers Mutual Columbia
    78   Crum & Forster Insurance Morristown, N. … 

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