Register today

If you were a customer with Economical on November 3, 2015, you may be eligible to vote in the final stage of our demutualization process, as well as receive cash or shares when our company becomes publicly traded. As the process moves into the final phase, a vote, targeted for spring 2021, will be held for eligible policyholders to approve the plan to go public. Register today to participate.


Federal regulations stipulate the proceeds from our Initial Public Offering (IPO) should go back to those who helped get us where we are today — including more than 630,000 eligible policyholders. Make sure you register and don’t miss out.

How much could I get?

The value of financial benefits for a typical eligible policyholder could range on average between $1,500 and $2,300 depending on the actual share price at our IPO. Your specific policy will impact the exact value of your benefits: They could be lower or higher.

Register online to confirm your eligibility and get your personalized benefit estimate.

The distribution of benefits will only happen if there is a successful vote in favour of the demutualization of the Economical Mutual Insurance Company. Your vote will let you support the outcome you want.

Stay informed

Get the latest updates as we progress through the last stages to potentially becoming a publicly traded company


February 22, 2021

Getting Ready to Vote — An Update from John Bowey, Chair of the Board of Directors, February 2021

December 10, 2020

Moving Ahead with Confidence — An Update from John Bowey, Chair of the Board of Directors, December 2020

Take a few minutes to join in our future. It's worth it!


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Thank you for being part of our historic journey


We’re excited to become a public company and to have our eligible policyholders receive financial benefits.


Have questions? See our FAQ page.

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