Your Story is Ours to Protect.
It’s more than just a tagline.
At Red River Mutual, we go beyond policies and claims to protect what matters most to you every step of the way. We know that many of your most important items are irreplaceable so we’re here for you, offering resources and in-person evaluations to prevent a claim situation before it happens.
Protecting your story starts right here, right now.
Loss Prevention Visit
For most people, there are only two times you’ll see us: when you’re making a claim or at a Loss Prevention visit. We prefer it to be the latter.
When we visit, we go beyond valuing your property and make sure you have coverage that works for you. We also share tips and tricks to protect the spaces and items that are part of your story and help you avoid common hazards before they can damage the things you love.
Insurance to Value
Rest easy knowing your property has the protection it needs.
‘Insurance to Value’ means protecting the true value of your property. Most often for businesses, our Loss Prevention Consultant will tour your space, providing valuable recommendations to help you understand potential for building improvements, capital planning, risk management enhancements, action plans and more.
Home Safety Checklist
Spot hazards in your home—before they become a problem.
This checklist is a quick and easy way for you to stay on top of safety in your home year-round. Guide yourself room-by-room to catch little things now, preventing a big claim later.
Make sure every item in your home is taken care of.
When you fill out a Home Inventory form, you’re making sure we don’t miss any of the items that matter most during a claim situation. Fill out the form now and after a loss so you can be prepared for a claim, allowing you to get back to what matters most—your life and loved ones.
Loss Prevention Tips
begins with education.
We’ve always believed that the best insurance policy is the one you never need to use. Use these loss prevention tips to help spot common hazards in your home, farm or business and put safety first year round.