We remain committed to customer-focused innovation today, with Solaria Labs' creation in 2016.
Liberty Insurance Singapore became the 6th largest insurer. It also embarked on a complete face-lift of Liberty House, which now supports over 200 employees.
In 2008, Seattle-based Safeco Corporation became a part of our enterprise.
We continued to grow in the 1990s through acquisition of major commercial and risk carriers.
Liberty Mutual underwrites The Statue of Liberty, an Academy Award-nominated documentary.
In 1973, we grew outside North America, establishing our first operation in the United Kingdom.
In 1967, we worked to help the injured by creating the first battery-powered prosthetic elbow.
To enhance safety on the highway, we partnered with Cornell in 1957 to create a "safety car."
As innovators, we pioneered escalator safety by helping create an emergency stop switch in 1946.
We're in 30 countries, but our roots are in Boston, where we built our first Home Office in 1937.
In 1920, we used the then-new medium of film to teach the importance of workplace safety.
Originally formed to provide workers compensation insurance, we opened our doors on 1 July 1912.
We grew quickly and provided more kinds of protection, including our first auto policy on 1918.