One of the benefits of CTA membership
There are many benefits to membership in the California Teachers Association and National Education Association. One of the most popular programs is California Casualty’s automobile and homeowners (and renters) insurance.
Chris Vancil, former chapter president at College of the Siskiyous and CCA Board member, is happy he has California Casualty car insurance. “Signing up with Cal Casualty cut my rates by half,” he said.
Vancil and other CCA members will now have something new to cheer about. California Casualty reduced home and renters insurance rates in California April 1, 2014. Most CTA members can expect an average savings of 16 percent.
That’s just the beginning of the savings. Those who combine their auto and home insurances can save an additional 18 percent. California Casualty instituted other premium saving options that include a dramatic discount for new homes, a discount for having no claims the past three years, a new roof discount, and a broader range of deductible choices. Yearly premiums could go down hundreds of dollars per year.
“I have no doubt these changes are going to make a huge difference to our customers and their families. This (reducing home and renters’ insurance rates) is such an important issue, especially since it potentially affects all California residents,” said California Casualty President Joe Volponi.
The rate reduction comes on top of already preferred rates and benefits not available to the general public, such as a waiver of your deductible for vandalism or collisions to your insured vehicle parked at the school where you work, free ID Defense with each policy, and E-Z Pay options.
Endorsed Vendor Since 1951
California Casualty protects heroes, like educators, who work hard to protect and enhance the quality of life in their communities. They have been the provider of auto and home insurance for CTA since 1951. Now, it could cost you even less to have the protection you and your family need.
Find out how much you might be saving by calling a California Casualty representative today, even if you have quoted with them before, 1-800-800-9410 or visit www.calcas.com/CTA. You can also see their new ad on the back cover of this magazine.
To learn more about all your Member Benefits programs and services with CTA and NEA Member Benefits, go to www.CTAMemberBenefits.org. You can also contact CTA Member Benefits at 650-552-5200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To contact NEA MB, call 800-637-4636.