Let's talk about USAA Casualty, and how you can benefit by being a USAA Ins. member.
First of all, there's some confusion as to what the term "casualty" insurance actually means.
There doesn't seem to be a fixed definition, but historically speaking casualty insurance tended to refer to liability coverage. Nowadays, the water is a bit muddied and the term is bandied about in relation to most types of insurance.
I've done a bit of research into USAA (after receiving several USAA insurance reviews from our visitors) and I like what I've seen so far.
Based on my understanding of USAA, the use of the term USAA Casualty
refers to their insurance coverage available to associate members of the
company - those customers or clients who are NOT in the military, nor
ever have been.
Instead, they are related to someone in one of the branches of the US defense force.
Obviously on this site we are most concerned with USAA car insurance and the benefits available with that specific USAA casualty coverage.
It's probably no great surprise that apart from the usual liability, collision, and comprehensive coverages that most insurance companies offer, USAA ins. offers more to it's members.
I get the sense that the company has a really family feel and a love for its members because of the unique bond between those in service. They want to meet the needs of their members because they genuinely care.
As a result, they provide the options for important auto services like roadside assistance and in some cases even help you find financing for the purchase of a new car.
That's an extra little "perk" available with USAA car insurance that most insurance companies don't offer.
Beyond the auto insurance options with USAA, you can also get just about
all of your other insurance needs met including coverage for your:
Of course, USAA insurance is also available for health, life, etc., but they wouldn't traditionally be called "casualty" insurances, but who really cares? :) As long as you get good quality coverage with great customer service and a reasonable and competitive price, call it what you will!
I don't personally qualify to become a USAA member, and I have to admit that I'm a little bit jealous because of that. I definitely feel as if I'd like to be a part of the USAA family. How about you?