Travelers Insurance and Aetna are good domestic insurance companies based on ratings from companies that measure financial stability and customer satisfaction, as of 2015, notes About.com. Travelers Insurance maintains headquarters in New York City, and has operating offices in Minnesota and Connecticut. Aetna is based in Hartford, Connecticut, and offers policies in all 50 states.
Travelers Insurance is the second-largest property and casualty insurance company in the United States, and offers products such as auto, homeowner's, worker's compensation, environmental liability and flood protection, states About.com. A.M. Best has given Travelers Insurance an "A" rating for financial stability, and the Better Business Bureau rates the company with an "A." Insure.com found that almost 74 percent of Travelers Insurance customers intend to renew their policies. Customers have made some complaints regarding the company's customer service and billing, and the insurer does not offer all its products in all states.
Aetna offers health, Medicaid, pharmacy, group life and disability insurance, states About.com. A.M. Best rates Aetna with an "A" for financial stability, while Standard & Poor's rates the company at "A+, and Moody's gives it an "A1." Insure.com found that 88 percent of Aetna's customers plan to renew their policies, and J.D. Power and Associates recognized the company for its customer service for four straight years. A criticism of Aetna is that the company does not have as many short-term insurance options as other companies.