The Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation serves counties and local governments and the people they serve by providing long-term stability in insurance coverages, while controlling these costs. The County Mutual is A.M. Best rated and is owned by member counties and has the financial security and comprehensive programs and services that will protect your county, while saving precious taxpayer dollars. What makes the County Mutual unique is our close working relationship with member counties. Acting in collaboration, the County Mutual and county owners work as a team to aggressively control their claims costs by promoting quality risk management efforts that are second-to-none in the industry.

Working together, we truly are a mutual effort.

Register for 2019 Highway Safety Days and MSHA Part 46 Refresher Training

Posted Mar 10, 2019

Plan to participate in the Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation and Community Insurance Corporation's 2019 Highway Safety Days. The event, held at seven separate locations on seven different dates, will be a day of learning and networking for county and municipal employees. Highway Safety Days...

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County Mutual to Host 27th Annual Corporation Counsel/Defense Counsel Forum

Posted Mar 7, 2019

Save the date for the 27th Annual Corporation Counsel/Defense Counsel Forum, being coordinated by Aegis Corporation and the Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation. The event will be held Friday, September 6, 2019 at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center in Stevens Point, WI. As in past...
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County Mutual Scholarship Program Now Accepting Applications!

Posted Mar 6, 2019

The Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation (County Mutual) is proud to sponsor five scholarships in the amount of $2,500 each. Apply for a 2019 County Mutual Scholarship here. To be eligible to receive a scholarship from the County Mutual, the applicant must enroll in the fall 2019 term as a...
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What Started as a Handful of Counties Joining Forces during an Insurance Crisis has Grown to Close to 75 percent of Wisconsin's Counties being Insured by the County Mutual Today.