National Geographic : 1930 Nov
Seasoned in Saving A BUSINESS that has lived and Fording a creek on the Mohawk Trail in I 8oo-in thatyear mutual insur flourished over 178 years must have ance was already halfa century old. much to recommend it. But the appeal of the mutual plan of insurance to the modern business man goes far beyond mere age. The very essence of mutual insurance is economy in operation, prevention of loss and a return to the policyholder of the unused part of his premium. Mutual casualty companies charge no higher premium rates than other insur ance carriers for workmen's compensa tion, automobile or the other forms of casualty insurance. Yet the companies listed on this page are able to return millions of dollars in dividends to their policyholders every year; to the individual policyholder a substantial part of his premium. For any casualty risk mutual insur ance offers sound protection-a definite saving. An interesting booklet is available on request. Address Mutual Casualty In surance, Room 2200, I80 North Mich igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. MUTUAL PROTECTION IS AVAILABLE FOR THESE CASUALTY RISKS: Workmen's Compensation Fidelity Accident Property Damage Automobile (allforms) Plate Glass Burglaryand Theft Liability (allforms) MUTUAL CASUALTY INSURANCE 'These Old Line Legal Reserve Companies Are Members of NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MUTUAL CASUALTY COMPANIES and AMERICAN MUTUAL ALLIANCE Allied Mutuals Liability Insurance Co., New York City; American Mutual Liability Insurance Co., Boston, Mass.; Builders Mutual Casualty Co., Madison, Wis.; Central Mutual Casualty Co., Kansas City, Mo.; Employers Mutual Casualty Co., Des Moines, la.; Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Co., Wausau, Wis.; Exchange Mutual Indemnity Insurance Co., Buffalo, N. Y.; Federal Mutual Liability Insurance Co., Boston, Mass.; Hardware Mutual Casualty Co., Stevens Point, Wis.; Interboro Mutual Indemnity Insurance Co., New York City; Jamestown Mutual Insurance Co., Jamestown, N. Y.; Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., Boston, Mass.; Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Co., Chicago, Ill.; (American) Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Co. of Illinois, New York City; Merchants Mutual Casualty Co., Buffalo, N. Y.; Michigan Mutual Liability Co., Detroit, Mich.; Mutual Casualty Insurance Co., New York City; Texas Employers Insurance Association, Dallas,'ex.; U.S. Mutual Liability Insurance Co.,Quincy, Mass.; Utica Mutual Insurance Co., Utica, N. Y.