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Careers in Claims
Posted: October 18, 2022
No one wants to submit a claim, but when accidents happen it’s good to know there’s a team of professionals who have your back. Behind the scenes, you’ll discover a career in claims is both rewarding and filled with opportunities to grow and advance.If you’ve been looking for a new job, it might be time to take a second look at a career in claims...
ERIE Volunteers Make Blanket Statements of Support
Posted: August 23, 2022
Nothing conveys comfort like a cozy blanket—even more when you know it’s been handmade with well wishes stitched, hooked or tied in.That’s the philosophy of Project Linus and a growing team of ERIE family members who have signed on with the nonprofit group as “blanketeers.” Blanketeers is the name the group has given volunteer blanket makers. They knit, crochet, quilt or knot blankets for children...
Insurance Careers: What is an Underwriter?
Posted: May 27, 2022
If you’ve seen the term “underwriter” and were never quite sure what it meant, you aren’t alone. Underwriters are often referred to as the engines of the insurance industry. As a customer, you won’t interact or see them much, but they are the behind-the-scenes experts on all things insurance. Without underwriters, insurance companies wouldn’t be able to insure anyone. We asked four underwriters at different...
9 Reasons to Be Glad You’re With ERIE
Posted: February 15, 2022
Erie Insurance has been insuring customers for more than 95 years. It’s no small feat to continue to remain relevant and true to our founding principles and business model for nearly a century. To us, it’s just about doing the right thing for our customers day-in and day-out. It’s what we do. It’s who we are. And it’s who we’ll continue to be. When it...
6 Smart Insurance Questions for Newlyweds and Soon-to-Weds
Posted: May 5, 2021
6 Questions to Ask an Insurance Agent in your 20's and 30's 1. We’re getting married. Should we wed our auto insurance as well? If one of you has a Mad Max-like driving history, then auto insurance might be one of those things you don’t merge once married. But if you and your spouse both have good driving records and no recent gaps in insurance coverage, you might save money...