Wolverine Mutual is returning to a degree of normalcy during this challenging pandemic.
As an “essential business,” company officials are grateful they have been able to continue to work when so many businesses closed. Most employees have returned to the office after working remotely for the last three months. The company is now as busy as it's ever been at One Wolverine Way.
Wolverine Mutual Insurance Co. has been working hard to prepare for Michigan’s new No-Fault auto insurance reforms that take effect on July 2. These sweeping changes are designed to reduce premiums for most policyholders by allowing choice in the medical and liability coverage.
This effort coincides with the company's transition to a new automation platform, which will position Wolverine for future growth in the coming years.
Wolverine Mutual Insurance Co. is going through an exciting time with the addition of many new people in several different roles. The energy and knowledge these young colleagues bring to the company is infectious. This group includes Andrew Laing, the new Director of Agency Relations, who looks to one day follow in the footsteps of his great-grandfather, grandfather and dad.