McMillan Warner is now writing automobile insurance as a complement to our 120 years of protecting properties for homeowners and farmowners. Insureds now have the ability to package their property, auto, and umbrella, with McMillan Warner Mutual.
McMillan Warner offers Personal and Commercial Auto Coverage to fit your needs. We would welcome the opportunity to craft an auto policy for you, your family, and your farming operations.
Comprehensive insurance protection for owner occupied residences in which, coverage can be tailored to your needs with several residential program options. Many of the program offerings include coverage for Personal Property, Related Private Structures, Additional Living Costs, and Personal Liability.
Comprehensive insurance protection for owner occupied residences with farming operations;coverage can be provided under several residence program options, many of which include coverage for Personal Property, Related Private Structures (non-farm usage), and Additional Living Costs. Farm coverage is available for Farm Barns, Buildings & Structures, Scheduled Farm Personal Property and Unscheduled Farm Personal Property.
Insurance protection for rural owner occupied residences with incidental farming operations or operations with a limited number of livestock or horses. Coverage can be provided under several residence program options, many of which provide coverage for Personal Property, Related Private Structures, and Additional Living Costs.
Other Insurance Products
- Commercial Properties
- Rental Properties
- Unsupported Seasonal Properties
Mobile Homes Properties
Property coverage for one family, owner occupied mobile homes that are permanently sited at fixed locations and anchored to the ground. Programs may include Related Private Structures, Personal Property, Additional Living Expenses, and Personal Liability coverage.
Umbrella Liability is a form of excess third party liability, which provides coverage in excess of a schedule of underlying insurance and in excess of a self-insured retention. The policy will pay, on behalf of the insured, the ultimate net loss in excess of the retained limit, which the insured shall become legally obligated to pay as damages because of Personal Injury or Property Damage. Retained limit is the limit on other policies that the insured is required to carry, or the self-insuredretention, for those exposures where primary coverage is not required.