Frankenmuth Insurance Converts to a Mutual Holding Company Structure.

Frankenmuth Insurance converted to a mutual holding company structure, effective January 1, 2023.

The conversion resulted in the formation of a new mutual holding company called Frankenmuth Mutual Holding Company, which will continue to be owned by its members (policyholders). Additionally, the property and casualty insurance company, Frankenmuth Mutual Insurance Company, converted to a wholly owned stock subsidiary of Frankenmuth Holdings, Inc. and changed its name to Frankenmuth Insurance Company. The company will continue to present itself in the marketplace as Frankenmuth Insurance.

From an operations standpoint, Frankenmuth Insurance will continue to uphold the principles and culture of a mutual company, owned by its members. Agency partners and policyholders alike can expect the same exceptional service and products they have come to expect from the company.

“We’re excited about the new corporate structure and the strategic opportunities it provides,” said Fred Edmond, President and CEO of Frankenmuth Insurance. “This conversion

Winter weather tips to protect you before, during, and after storms.

Don’t let cold temperatures, blustery winds, snow, or ice catch you and your home unprepared. Small preventive measures you take today can help keep you safe and save you big repair bills down the road.

Looking for winter weather tips to bundle up your home for safety this season? Follow these tips before inclement weather comes, when it’s in the forecast, and after storms clear.

Before winter weather…

Check your heating system. As you get ready to turn up the temperature on your thermostat, there are some checks to go through to make sure your heating system is safe for the entire season. Start by clearing any clutter, boxes, or debris away from your furnace and air vents. Follow these steps to ensure your furnace is in good working condition and will run when needed. And if you feel you could use an expert opinion or another set of hands,

14 Tips for Preventing Mail Theft

Mail and package theft is unfortunately common whether you live in an apartment or detached home. Thieves target mail because it’s often very easy to steal. Packages often contain valuables and can even have personal information which can aid in identity theft.  

Here are some tips to prevent mail theft: 

  • Have your package sent to the nearest pickup point instead of delivered to your home. It can be more inconvenient but at least it won’t be stolen from your front porch or vestibule!  
  • If you can work from home, try to be there when you’re expecting a delivery. 
  • Ask a neighbour to grab the package for you and keep it safe until you’re home to get it. 
  • If you move, make sure you change your address with Canada post. You can arrange for mail to be forwarded. 
  • If you’ll be away and can’t arrange to have someone pick up your

How Injury Triage Service Can Benefit Your Business.

When an accident or injury happens on the job site, how does your team react? Do you have a plan in place? Do team members know who to call? Research shows delayed reporting of workplace injuries can increase the cost of workers compensation claims for the company by up to 51%. That means your team member doesn’t just suffer after an injury, your bottom line could, too.

Luckily, injury triage helps manage and reduce claims. Curious about what injury triage is or how it can benefit your business? Read on.

What is injury triage?

Injury triage is a complimentary service provided to all workers compensation policyholders by our partner, Medcor. The hotline is available 24/7/365 to any injured team member, helping them get the right care at the right time. With about 40% of worksite injuries, first aid or self-care can be used to reduce or eliminate emergency room

7 tips for your business.

It’s easier than ever for consumers to learn about your business, especially from online reviews. And with 75% of people saying they put their trust in a business after reading positive feedback, it’s important to put effort into gaining and maintaining these comments from your customers. The more responses you get, the more your business can improve and grow, as well as build an even better reputation.

Not sure how to start? Read on to learn how to get positive reviews online.

  1. First, get set up. Does your business have a Google My Business account? If not, that’s a great place to start. As the number one search engine, having a current business profile is essential to being found and sharing your business rating. Better yet, getting your business profile set up is easy and it’s free. From there, you can consider additional sites such as Bing, Yahoo!, and
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