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File a Complaint about Farmers Insurance to Your Department of Insurance/Insurance Commissioner and Others

If you have a complaint about Farmers Insurance, make sure to file it with the Insurance Commissioner (Department of Insurance) of your state!   They can help you get your situation resolved and your complaint will go on record! You will make a difference!  It is the least you can do after what Farmers has probably put you through!  Additionally make sure to post your detailed story to at least one message board below and send it to your local newspaper and one or a few of the major newspapers below.  It is all about educating the public to Farmers Insurance's bad-faith-low-balling tactics.  Just remember, Farmers Insurance is hoping you will just quietly go away.

Contact Your Department of Insurance/Insurance Commissioner
Find your State then proceed:
California Complaint Form

Oregon Complaint Form
Washington State Complaint Form
Texas Complaint Forms
All Insurance Commissioner State web sites (generally look under "consumer" or "complaint" once you get to the web site)

Other Places to File Complaint: Message Boards and Newspapers
Please email/post your experience on one of the following web sites or all of them! 

Post detailed story to message boards:
Farmers Insurance Group Sucks Message Boards
Screwed Central: Consumer
CarRview: Farmers Insurance
Screwed Central: Insurance’s: Home, Life, Auto, Business

Letter to Editor/Newspaper.  Make sure to send your detailed story to your local newspaper!

Contact Info
Los Angeles Times: Letter to Editor The Los Angeles Times welcomes expressions of all views. Letters should be brief and become the property of The Times. They may be edited and republished in any format. They must include valid mailing address and telephone number. Pseudonyms and initials will not be used. Letters should be in plain text and not include attachments.
Los Angeles Times Op-ED The Times welcomes manuscripts for possible publication. Each commentary must be exclusive to The Times. Unpublished manuscripts will not be returned. For a recorded explanation of Op-Ed requirements, please call (213) 237-2121. Articles may be sent to (not as an attachment) or faxed to (213) 237-7968.
Chicago Tribune: Your Problem HAVE A PROBLEM?

E-mail us your story, providing as many details as possible, to or write to What's Your Problem, Newsroom, Chicago Tribune, 435 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60611. Please include your name, a way to contact you. We cannot respond to everyone, but we'll get to as many as we can and publish the results every Wednesday and Sunday.

Seattle Times: Letter to Editor Letters, not exceeding 200 words, must include your full name, address and telephone numbers for verification. Letters become the property of The Times and may be edited for publication. High volume prevents our acknowledging receipt of submissions.
USA Today: Letter to Editor We welcome your comments. Please include your full name, address and day and evening phone number so we can verify your letter. Submissions are edited for length, accuracy and clarity. Letters of 250 or fewer words have the best chance of being published.

Send your letters to:
USA Today Forum (Op-Ed page) USA TODAY accepts unsolicited opinion pieces for The Forum, its Op-Ed page. Columns typically run 650 to 750 words in length.
New York Times: Letter to Editor Letters for publication should be no longer than 150 words, must refer to an article that has appeared within the last seven days, and must include the writer's address and phone numbers. No attachments, please.
New York Times Op-Ed The New York Times accepts opinion articles on any topic. The suggested length is 650 words, but submissions of any length will be considered.
Seattle Post Intelligencer We would like to hear from you. To enhance public discussion of the issues, we welcome letters to the editor (maximum 200 words) and contributed essays (maximum 600 words).
San Francisco Chronicle To comment on news stories in the main section of the newspaper or to opine on views expressed on the Opinion pages, contact Letters to the Editor.

Please limit your letters to 200 or fewer words ... shorter letters have a better chance of being selected for publication.

The editor prefers e-mail. The address is

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