We Truly Are a Mutual Effort.
Colonial Penn releases unexpected policy cancelations to 23 counties.
Counties, with the help of the Wisconsin Counties Association, begin to organize and consider a liability mutual insurance company.
WCA Board of Directors takes action to study the needs and feasibility of creating a county held mutual insurance company.
33 pioneer counties vote unanimously to proceed with the creation of an insurance mutual. Initial 12-member Board of Directors selected.
Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation Incorporated after OCI approval.
Coverage begins with 24-member counties.
County Mutual reduced rates in response to tort reform.
Company received approval to convert to an assessable mutual to a non-assessable mutual insurer.
Excess workers compensation line added.
Company begins providing insurance to other local unites of government in addition to counties.
Owner Direct Insurance Program started for capital projects.
Completed return of contributed capital.
Company begins writing first dollar workers compensation insurance after companies non-renew counties.
Nursing home liability line added.
Community Insurance Corporation formed.
Property insurance line added.
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.