in AL, AZ, CA, GA, IL, IN, KY, LA, MD, MO, MS, NE, OH, OK, PA, TX, UT, VA, WI, and WV.
It’s easy to sign up, and even easier to manage your insurance through their mobile app. Proof of insurance is instantly available in the app and you can perform numerous tasks through the app, including filing a claim and getting roadside assistance.
Clearcover’s mission is to create confident customers by consistently and uniquely delivering transparency, convenience, low prices, and superior value.
Clearcover’s aim is to make everything insurance-related digital, providing fast quotes and fast claims. The encourage customers to "Take control of your coverage and see what you can save." Machine learning allows Clearcover to instantly validate coverages and determine eligibility for expedited payment.
on the app. Most claims are paid in under a week, with easy claims often processing the same day. Other services available through the app: proof of insurance and bill pay.
For qualifying claims, Clearcover sends customers money through the app to cover payments for getting around after an accident, whether that be renting a car or paying for rideshares. Through the app, customers can also file a glass claim for a cracked windshield and order roadside assistance.
With five investors and three partners, Clearcover has secured regular and reliable funding. They have secured funding from Eldridge Industries, a Connecticut-based investment firm with offices in New York and London, and known to invest in insurance, technology, and real estate.
Though only offering coverage in 16 states and underwriting its own policies in eight states as of mid-2021, Clearcover intends to be in 40 states, meeting each
, the insurer highlighted five female leaders in its company, sharing their biographies, inspiration, and advice to other women.
Not only does the company recognize the work of women in a tech-leading industry, but three of the five women in the blog post are women of color. Studies show that company values, particularly those of social justice and equality and environmentally friendly practices, have just as much value to customers as modern conveniences.
Rachel Juillerat has her Master's in Publishing & Writing from Emerson College. You can view her work in the Independent, Cupid's Pulse, and the Penmen Review. Her specialty is personal finance. She lives in Boston, where she spends her time exploring small New England towns, learning new skills, and napping through her cat's zoomies.