How We Protect Your Privacy

Revised Date: November 16, 2022

At Atlantic Casualty Insurance Company®*(“Atlantic Casualty”), we value your business, and we want to retain your trust.  As such, Atlantic Casualty has created this Privacy Policy in compliance with applicable laws as well as to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy.  This Privacy Policy describes how Atlantic Casualty collects, uses, discloses, transfers, stores, retains or otherwise processes your information (whether in your individual or business capacity) access or use, in any manner, any content, products, services or related activities (collectively “Services”), including through the Internet domain(s) owned or operated by Atlantic Casualty, which include but are not limited to:

These and all related websites will be known as “sites” and each of them will be known as a “site.”  When we refer to “we,” “us,” or “our,” we mean Atlantic Casualty, or the specific division that operates a site, provides its content, or processes information received through it, each as appropriate and applicable.  When we refer to “you” or “your,” we mean the person accessing the site.  If the person accessing the site does so on behalf of another person, including a business or other organization, then “you” or “your” will also refer to that person, including a business or organization.

This Privacy Policy applies to your use of our Services, and covers information collected in connection with you accessing and using our Services.  Please read this Privacy Policy carefully.  By continuing to interact with our Services, you are consenting to the practices described in this Privacy Policy.

*Atlantic Casualty Insurance Company® includes our affiliate company, Auto-Owners Specialty Insurance Company. 



Each site is hosted in the United States.  If you are visiting the sites from outside of the United States, please note that by providing your information it is being transferred to, stored and/or processed in the United States, where our data center and servers are located and operated; this section sets forth the general privacy policy for the United States.  If you are outside the United States and do not wish to allow the transfer of your personal information to the United States, then you should not use these sites.  Suggestions for how to disable cookies can found in our COOKIES POLICY.

We take your privacy and the protection of your personal information seriously.  We will only store, process and disclose your personal information in accordance with applicable laws.  We will make it clear when we collect your personal information and will explain what we intend to do with it.  We do our best to protect your privacy through the appropriate use of information security measures. (Back to Top)


  1. Information That You Provide To Us Directly

Atlantic Casualty may collect different information from or about you depending on the way you use our sites or Services.  For example, we routinely obtain information through applications and forms related to our products or Services, from visiting our sites and your transactions with us.  We may also obtain such information from our affiliates, third parties or consumer reporting agencies. 

The type of information that we collect depends on the Services we are providing to you, but may include your name, address, contact information, Social Security number, driver’s license or passport number, credit history, claims history, information to properly investigate and resolve any claims, or billing information. The nature and extent of the information we obtain varies based on the nature of the products and services you receive.

Atlantic Casualty collects information from various types of individuals in its ordinary course of business including, but not limited to insureds, agents, claimants, employees, vendors, and/or visitors to its websites.  The following are examples to help you better understand the information that we may collect through your use of our sites or in the course of us providing our Services

  • Identity/Contact Information is considered personal identifiers such as your name, an alias, mailing & email addresses, telephone number(s), date of birth, marital status, social security number, driver’s license number, passport number, tax identification number, occupation, marital status, or similar identifiers.
  • Medical Information includes medical history, your current medical condition, etc.  We may obtain this information with your permission or as otherwise allowed or required by law.
  • Property Information includes real property, such as acreage, building, home information, alarm systems, geolocation, fixtures, real property records; and personal property, such as automobile descriptors (i.e., VIN numbers, car makes and models, etc.), personal property records, etc.
  • Financial Information includes loan numbers, mortgage numbers, bank account information, and payment card details.
  • Insurance Information includes claims history; credit history; insurance policy information, such as limits, deductibles, and driving record.  It can also include household member identity information, contact information, medical information and property information.
  • Claims Information including police reports, recorded statements, and insurance information.
  • Transaction Information includes details about the products and services that you have purchased from us along with any corresponding transactions which includes your independent agency.
  • Technical Information includes your internet protocol (IP) address, login data (username and password), contact information, time zone setting and locations (geocodes), logs, pages visited and viewed, events and page loads, browser plug-in types and versions, operating system and platform as well as other technology on the devices used to access our sites.
  • Usage Information includes information about how you utilize our website, products and services.


  1. Information Received From Third Parties

To assist in providing you our Services, including underwriting and servicing your policy, we may obtain your personal information from third party organizations such as our affiliates, independent insurance agents, governmental agencies, vendors, or consumer reporting agencies.

We may also receive your information when you access our sites through third-party platforms, such as LinkedIn and Facebook.  If you use either of these third-party platforms, by using any mobile or internet connected device (including clicking of third-party links), then the collection, use, and disclosure of your information and use of the sites will also be subject to the privacy policy as well as the terms of such third parties or third-party platforms.  You should review such privacy policies, terms, and other agreements.

We will not knowingly obtain or use personal information that was collected from you or disclosed to us in violation of law or through deceptive means.

  1. Collection Of Technical Information And Usage Information

When accessing Atlantic Casualty’s sites, information is automatically collected.  This information may include, without limitation, the following: (a) technical information about your computer or wireless device, such as your IP address, geolocation information, device type, operating system type and version, unique device ID, browser, browser language, domain and other systems information or platform types (collectively “Technical Information”) and (b) usage statistics about your interaction with Atlantic Casualty’s sites, including pages accessed, referring website address(es), time spent on pages, pages visited, queries searched, click data, date and time along with other information regarding your use of Atlantic Casualty’s sites (collectively “Usage Information”).

This Technical Information and Usage Information, which may be linked to your personal information, is collected using server logs and tracking technologies, such as cookies, web beacons, and/or similar technology.  For more detailed information regarding how we use cookies and other technology, please review the additional information in our COOKIES POLICY.

  1. Collection Of Information From Claimants Who Are Not Insureds

Individuals not insured through Atlantic Casualty might provide personal information, either directly or through a third party, when filing a claim the company.  This information can include any of the information listed above. (Back to Top)


We may use your information in the following manner without limitation:

  1. Providing, Improving And Developing Our Services
  • Underwriting your policy
  • Processing and handling claims
  • Reviewing and analyzing user browser and wireless device technical information
  • Reviewing user activity across sites which may include Atlantic Casualty analyzes trends, user traffic and usage information to determine the performance of content, research reports or events
  • Processing or recording payment transactions including money transfers
  • Otherwise providing you with the Atlantic Casualty Services and features you choose to use, including responding to claims from those who are not insured through Atlantic Casualty
  • Displaying your historical transaction information
  • Providing, maintaining and improving our Services
  • Developing new products and Services
  • Delivering the information and support that you request
  • Improving, personalizing and facilitating your use of our Services
  • Measuring, tracking and analyzing trends in connection with your use of our Services
  1. Communicating With You About Our Services

We may use your Contact Information, such as your telephone number and email address, to communicate the following:

  • Respond to questions or concerns 
  • Send information that you have requested about our Services 
  • Provide updates about your policy and/or claims
  • Manage your account preferences and registration information and establish your profile
  1. Protecting Our Services And Maintaining A Trusted Environment
  • Preventing fraud
  • Enforcing our Terms of Service or other applicable agreements or policies
  • Verifying your identity
  • Complying with any applicable laws or regulations, or in response to lawful requests for information from the government or through legal process
  • Fulfilling any other purpose disclosed to you in connection with our Services
  • Analyze trends and user traffic, track purchases and usage information
  • Contacting you to resolve disputes and provide assistance with our Services
  1. Other Uses
  • For any other purpose disclosed to you in connection with our Services from time to time (Back to Top)


  1. We Do Not Sell Your Information

We do not sell your personal information to third parties, and we also do not allow the third parties with whom we share your personal information to sell it.  Atlantic Casualty does not sell the personal information of minors under sixteen (16) years of age.

  1. When And How We May Share/Disclose Your Information With Third Parties

When sharing information with trusted third parties to help us conduct our business, we require them to protect your personal information.  Your personal information is shared with these trusted third parties only when necessary for the administration and functioning of our Services. We do not permit them to use or share your personal information for any purpose other than the work they are doing on our behalf or as required by law. 

The types of information disclosed may include personal information we collect as necessary to service your policy or account, investigate and pay claims, comply with state and federal regulatory requests or demands, and process other transactions that you request.  Third parties that may receive disclosures may include your independent agent, regulators, reinsurance companies, fraud prevention agencies, insurance adjusters, data analysis service providers, and legal service providers.

We may also share your information with third-party companies that perform services on our behalf, including for payment processing, data analysis, e-mail and hosting services, and customer services and support.  

  1. Corporate Transactions 

We may share all or part of your personal information with other business entities in connection with the sale, assignment, merger or other transfer of all or a portion of Atlantic Casualty’s business or assets to such business entity (including due to a sale in connection with a bankruptcy).  We will require any such purchaser, assignee, or other successor business entity to honor the terms of this Privacy Policy.

  1. Disclosure Of Information For Legal Purposes 

Atlantic Casualty may disclose all or part of your personal information when we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact, or bring legal action against someone who may be violating any agreement with Atlantic Casualty or may be causing injury to or interference (either intentionally or unintentionally) with our rights or property, other users of our sites, or anyone else that could be harmed by such activities.  We may disclose information in response to a subpoena, search warrant, in connection with judicial proceedings, or pursuant to court orders, legal process or other law enforcement measures.  Atlantic Casualty may disclose or access personal information when we believe, in good faith, that the law requires it, such as to our governmental or industry regulators, to establish our legal rights, or to defend against legal claims, and for administrative and other purposes that we deem necessary to maintain and improve our Services.

  1. Analytics And Data Enrichment Services

To provide visitors with better service, the sites may use analytics software to track usage activity of the sites.  The information collected is anonymous, aggregated data and does not contain personally identifiable information.  If, at any time, you choose not to participate in the use of analytics software, then you can choose to opt-out by using your search engine (i.e., Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.)  available opt-outs for the web. In addition to basic analytics software, our sites may also use Google Display Network Impression Reporting, or Google Demographics and Interest Reporting from the data obtained through analytics software.

We may use third-party analytics, such as Google Analytics, to advertise online.  Third-party vendors, including Google and similar sites, may show our ads on websites across the internet. By using Google Analytics software, we’re able to obtain third-party audience data.  We use this data to make improvements to the site and may also utilize Google’s interest-based advertising services. Using Google’s Ad Settings, you can opt-out of Google Analytics for Display Advertising and customize Google Display Network ads.  For more information, see the ADVERTISING AND ANALYTICS section below.

  1. Aggregated, Anonymized Or De-identified Information

We may disclose or use aggregated, anonymized, or de-identified information for any purpose.  Aggregated, anonymized or de-identified information is information that can no longer reasonably identify a specific individual.  Although such information may be derived from your personal information, it can no longer directly or indirectly reveal your identity. (Back to Top)


Cookies are small pieces of code placed on a computer or device by a website while browsing the Internet.  They are used to collect, store, and share bits of information about user activities.  We may use cookies to customize your experience on our site.  Cookies can contain information about you, your computer, your browser, your session, the websites you visit, and other information about you or others who use, or have used, the computer or browser you use to access the Internet.  The cookies we use, if any, are not linked to any personally identifiable information while using this site, unless you have provided us with this information by entering it while using this site.  You give us that permission any time you enroll for services on this site or identify yourself or the computer you are using through this site.  

Session cookies are used to identify a particular visit to Atlantic Casualty’s sites and collect information about your interaction with the sites.  These cookies expire after a short time or when the user closes their web browser after using the sites.  Atlantic Casualty uses these cookies to identify a user during a single browsing session, such as when you log into the sites.  This helps Atlantic Casualty improve the sites and Services as well as improve the users’ browsing experience.

Persistent cookies will remain on a user’s device for a set period of time specified in the cookie.  Atlantic Casualty uses these cookies to identify and recognize a specific user over a longer period of time.  They allow Atlantic Casualty the ability to do the following:

  • Analyze the usage of the sites in order to improve our offering
  • Determine if a certain page was visited or whether an email sent by Atlantic Casualty was opened or clicked on by a user
  • Test different versions of the sites to see which particular feature or content users prefer in order to optimize the sites
  • Store information about a user’s browser and settings preferences to provide a more personalized and functional experience to users with more relevant content and course recommendations

Atlantic Casualty uses tracking technology to: (a) determine if a certain page was visited or whether an email sent by Atlantic Casualty was opened or clicked on by a user and (b) to customize the experience of individual users by recommending specific content. 

We also use clear gifs in HTML based emails sent to our users to track which emails are opened and clicked on by recipients.  We may use the information we obtain from the cookie in the administration of the sites to improve the usability of the sites, for marketing purposes, to recognize your computer when you visit our sites, and to personalize our sites for you.

Cookies and information captured through our sites are stored for a certain retention period; however, you can eliminate these cookies any time before the expiration date.  Most Web browsers accept cookies by default but allow a user to disable them.  You may disable cookies by visiting your internet browser settings; however, this may affect how the site displays on your computer.  

Any third-party organization which we may provide links from this site, may also use cookies. We have no control over these organizations’ uses of cookies and users should review their privacy policies to determine the uses such organizations make of cookies.  Atlantic Casualty uses both session cookies and persistent cookies. (Back to Top)


You can adjust the settings in your browser in order to restrict or block cookies that are set by the sites (or any other website on the Internet).  Your browser may include information on how to adjust your settings.  Alternatively, you may visit to obtain comprehensive general information about cookies and how to adjust the cookie settings on various browsers.  This site also explains how to delete cookies from your computer.

You can control and delete these cookies through your browser settings through the following:

Or you can use the following cookie management and disposal tool from Google Analytics by downloading and installing the browser plug-in from the following link:

Please be aware that restricting cookies may impact the functionality of the Services.  Most browsers allow you to refuse to accept cookies.  Additional general information about cookies, including how to be notified about the placement of new cookies and how to disable cookies, can be found at (Back to Top)


We may use service providers to provide site metrics and other analytics services.  These third parties may use cookies (see above); web beacons (also called clear GIFs or pixels), which are small blocks of code that allow us to measure the actions of visitors using the Atlantic Casualty’ sites; and other technologies to collect information, such as your IP address, identifiers associated with your device, other applications on your device, the browsers you use to access our sites and Services, webpages viewed, time spent on webpages, links clicked and conversion information (e.g., transactions entered into).  This information may be used by Atlantic Casualty and its service providers on behalf of Atlantic Casualty to analyze and track usage of our sites and Services to determine the popularity of certain content and to better understand how you use our sites and Services.  

To provide visitors with better service, each site may use analytics software to track usage activity of that site. The information collected is anonymous, aggregated data and does not contain personally identifiable information.  If, at any time, you choose not to participate in the use of analytics software, please use your search engine’s (i.e., Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.) available opt-outs for the web.  In addition to basic analytics software, the sites may also use remarketing technologies, Google Display Network Impression Reporting, or Google Demographics and Interest Reporting from the data obtained through analytics software.

We use remarketing with our service providers to advertise online. Their services may come from sites such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Adroll, and any other display advertising partner (collectively the “Platform Advertisers”) to advertise on third-party websites to previous visitors to our site. These vendors may show our ads on websites across the internet.

We may use Facebook Custom Audiences and Pixels to deliver advertisements to Website Visitors. No personal information is contained if collected as the result of using these pixels. You may learn more about Facebook Custom Audiences by visiting Please click here if you would like to revoke your permission. All information collected directly by Facebook or any other Platform Advertiser is governed solely by that platform’s privacy policy. You may learn more about Facebook’s Privacy Policy in general by visiting

Platform Advertisers use cookies to serve ads based on someone’s past visits to the Atlantic Casualty’s website. You may disable these cookies using your browser settings. The companies we work with are members of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI). The NAI allows you to limit or opt out of interest-based advertising by using a tool available at

This Privacy Policy does not apply to, and we are not responsible for, third-party cookies, web beacons or other tracking technologies, which are covered by such third parties’ privacy policies.  For more information, we encourage you to check the privacy policies of these third parties to learn about their privacy practices.  For more information about targeted advertising specifically, please visit

Do Not Track (“DNT”) is an optional browser setting that allows you to express your preferences regarding tracking across websites. Most modern web browsers give you the option to send a Do Not Track signal to the websites you visit, indicating that you do not wish to be tracked. However, there is no accepted standard for how a website should respond to this signal, so we do not take any action in response to this signal. Atlantic Casualty does not have a mechanism in place to respond to DNT signals. Instead, in addition to publicly available third-party tools, we offer you the choices described in this Privacy Policy to manage the collection and use of information about you.

Atlantic Casualty does track some activity across websites (including your search terms, the website you visited before you visited or used the Services and other clickstream data) and we may continue to collect information in the manner described in this Privacy Policy from web browsers that have enabled DNT signals or similar mechanisms. (Back to Top)


We may collect information from other sources, such as social media platforms that may share information about how you interact with our social media content.  We do not control how your personal information is collected, stored or used by such third-party websites or to whom it is disclosed. You should review the privacy policies and settings on any social media website that you subscribe to so that you understand the information they collect and may be sharing.  If you do not want your social media websites to share information about you, then you must contact that website and determine whether it gives you the opportunity to opt-out of sharing such information.  Atlantic Casualty is not responsible for how these third-party websites may use information collected from or about you.

Further, our sites may include social media features, such as the Facebook Like button. Our integration of these features may allow third-party social media to collect certain information, such as your IP address and which page(s) you are visiting when using our sites and Services, and to set a cookie to enable that feature to function properly. Your interactions with these features are governed by the privacy policy of the company providing it. Some social media sites provide analytics and remarketing tools. For more information on how Atlantic Casualty leverages these tools, see the ADVERTISING AND ANALYTICS sections above. (Back to Top)


The sites contain links to other websites.  Atlantic Casualty is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites, including any websites that may indicate a special relationship or partnership with us (such as co-branded pages or "powered by" or "in cooperation with" relationships).  We do not share information that we gather with other websites or any other entities or individuals unless such sharing is disclosed to you in advance through this Privacy Policy.  Other linked websites, however, may collect personal information from you that is not subject to our control.  To ensure protection of your privacy, always review the privacy policy of the websites you may visit by linking from the sites.  Please note that this Privacy Policy applies only to our sites, and not to other companies' or organizations' websites to which we link.

For instance, information collected through Google Analytics is shared with Google and its partners who may combine it with other information you provided to them, or they collected from your use of their services.  This information is stored in Google’s servers according to their privacy practices. (Back to Top)


Your personal information will not be kept for longer than is necessary to fulfil the specific purposes outlined in this Privacy Policy, and to allow us to comply with our legal requirements and in accordance with our internal document retention policy.  To determine the appropriate retention period for personal information, we consider the amount, nature, and sensitivity of the personal information, the potential risk of harm from unauthorized use or disclosure of your personal information, the purposes for which we process your personal information and whether we can achieve those purposes through other means, and the applicable legal requirements.  We may retain copies of information about you and any transactions or Services you have used for a period of time that is consistent with applicable laws, statute of limitations, or as we believe is reasonably necessary to comply with legal requirements and regulations, legal processes or governmental requests, detect or prevent fraud, collect fees owed, resolve disputes, address problems with our Services, assist with investigations, enforce other applicable agreements or policies, or to take any other actions consistent with applicable laws.

In some circumstances we may anonymize (make anonymous) your personal information for research or statistical purposes, in which case, we may use this information indefinitely without further notice to you.  This would mean that any personally identifiable information such as your name, address, date of birth, telephone number, etc., will be deleted after a defined period of time.  The rest of the data is therefore anonymous and will be used to maintain a level of information that helps us develop and improve our sites and Services without any personally identifiable information. (Back to Top)


Please see our Accessibility Statement located here: Web Accessibility Statement (Back to Top)


The Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act (COPPA) regulates online collection of information from persons under the age of 13.  It is our policy to refrain from knowingly collecting or maintaining personal information relating to any person under the age of 18.  If you are under the age of 18, please do not supply any personal information through the sites.  If you are under the age of 18 and have already provided personal information through the sites, please have your parent or guardian contact us immediately by using the information provided under CONTACT US so that we can remove such information from our files. (Back to Top)


We take reasonable measures, including administrative, technical, and physical safeguards, to protect your information from loss, theft, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction.  We hold information about you both at our own premises and with the assistance of third-party service providers.  Further public disclosure here of our security measures could aid those who might attempt to circumvent those security measures.  If you have additional questions regarding security, please feel free to contact us directly by using the information provided under CONTACT US.  To ensure that our employees comply with our privacy policies, we have developed a training program that provides all employees with the tools and knowledge to protect your personal information in all aspects of their work.  Any employee who violates our privacy policies may be subject to disciplinary action. (Back to Top)


The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) permits residents of California to have the following additional rights. For more information, or if you have questions, you can contact us using the information provided under CONTACT US.

    1. California Residents Have The Right To Request That Atlantic Casualty Disclose What Information It Collects, Uses And Discloses About Them

California residents have the right to request that Atlantic Casualty disclose what personal information it collects, uses and discloses about them, the general purposes for which Atlantic Casualty collects, uses and discloses personal information, and the categories of entities that Atlantic Casualty receives personal information from or discloses personal information to, regarding California residents. 

The general categories of personal information Atlantic Casualty collects about California residents are listed above under WHAT INFORMATION WE COLLECT.  The general purposes for which Atlantic Casualty collects, uses and discloses personal information are listed under HOW WE USE YOUR INFORMATION. The categories of entities that Atlantic Casualty discloses personal information to are listed under the WHEN AND WITH WHOM DO WE SHARE YOUR INFORMATION.

If you are a California resident and would like to request the specific personal information that Atlantic Casualty collects, uses and discloses about you, please email us at or call us at 877-225-5744 extension 6381 or you may click here and complete this form.  You will be required to provide information for verification purposes; failure to do so could result in Atlantic Casualty’s inability to comply with your request.

If you wish to use our toll-free number or have any questions, please submit your inquiry regarding your Right to Request to Atlantic Casualty under CONTACT US.

  1. California Residents Have The Right To Request The Deletion Of Their Personal Information Maintained By Atlantic Casualty

California residents have the right to request that Atlantic Casualty delete the personal information Atlantic Casualty maintains about them.  Please note that certain laws or other legal requirements may prevent personal information from being deleted.  If you are a California resident and would like to request the deletion of your personal information, please email your request to or you may click here and complete this form.  You will be required to provide information for verification purposes; failure to do so could result in Atlantic Casualty’s inability to comply with your request. We may request that you provide your full name, physical address, date of birth, email address, policy number, claim number and loss date along with your request. We will use this additional information to identify you in our system, evaluate your request and to contact you with any related information as is required by law. However, we will not use this additional information for any other purposes.

If you wish to use our toll-free number or have any questions, please submit your inquiry regarding your Right to Delete to Atlantic Casualty under CONTACT US.

  1. California Residents Have The Right to Opt-Out of The Sale of Their Personal Information Maintained By Atlantic Casualty

Under the CCPA, California residents have the right to opt-out of the sale of their data.  However, Atlantic Casualty does not sell your personal information; therefore, we do not provide you the ability to opt-out. 

  1. California Residents Have The Right To Non-Discrimination For The Exercise Of Their Privacy Rights Under The CCPA

Under the CCPA, California residents have the right not to receive discriminatory treatment by Atlantic Casualty for the exercise of their privacy rights.  However, the exercise of certain privacy rights by California residents will make it so that Atlantic Casualty is no longer able to provide those residents with certain services.  

  1. California Residents Can Designate An Authorized Agent To Make A Request Under The CCPA On Their Behalf

California residents can designate an authorized agent to make requests under the CCPA related to the residents’ personal information.  Atlantic Casualty can deny any request made by an agent who does not submit proof that he or she has been properly authorized by the California resident to act on the California resident’s behalf.  If you are an authorized agent of a California resident and would like to make a request under the CCPA, please email your request to (Back to Top)


If a business engages in the sale of personal information, Nevada law provides Nevada residents the ability to opt-out of the sale of their personal information.  However, Atlantic Casualty has not and does not sell your personal information. (Back to Top)


This Privacy Policy may be revised from time to time as we add new features and Services, as laws change and as industry privacy and security best practices evolve.  We display the effective date and the date of the last revision at the top of this Privacy Policy so that it will be easier for you to know when there has been a change.  If we make any material change to this Privacy Policy regarding use or disclosure of personal information, we will provide advance notice on our sites.  Changes will apply to information collected after the change is effective.  Please check this Privacy Policy periodically for changes.  Small changes or changes that do not significantly affect individual privacy interests may be made at any time and without prior notice.  Your use of the sites constitutes acceptance of the provisions of this Privacy Policy and your continued usage after such changes are posted constitutes acceptance of each revised Privacy Policy.  If you do not agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy or any revised Privacy Policy, please exit the sites immediately.  If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, the practices of the sites or your dealings with the sites, you can contact us by using the information provided below. (Back to Top)


Please contact Atlantic Casualty with any questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Policy.

Atlantic Casualty Insurance Company

Phone:  877-225-5744 extension 6381 (toll free)

If you have any questions or concerns regarding our Privacy Policy, or if you believe our Privacy Policy or applicable laws relating to the protection of your personal information have not been respected, you may file a complaint with Atlantic Casualty using the contact information listed above, and we will respond to let you know who will be handling your matter and when you can expect a further response.  We may request additional details from you regarding your concerns and may need to engage or consult with other parties in order to investigate and address your issue.  We may keep records of your request and any resolution. (Back to Top)