The National Mutual Insurance Company underwrites and issues insurance policies including auto liability and damage, homeowners, farm owners, workers compensation, and inland marine, according to a 2004 report by the Ohio Department of Insurance. The company also issues fire insurance, commercial liability, and commercial multiple perils policies. National Mutual Insurance is licensed to issue policies in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
National Mutual Insurance is member of a privately owned holding company, the Celina Insurance Group, which is located in Celina, Ohio, according to the Ohio Department of Insurance.
The Celina Group offers policy underwriting and issuance through independent insurance agents, according to the company website at CelinaInsurance.com. Policies are issued through one of its member companies, which, as of 2016, include the National Mutual Insurance Company, the Miami Mutual Insurance Company, West Virginia Farmers Mutual Insurance Association and Celina Mutual Insurance Company. The Celina Group offers automobile, home, commercial auto, commercial property and casualty and farm insurance. It also writes umbrella liability policies.
During 2013, the combined companies of the Celina Group wrote $119 million in policies, reports the company. Celina Group was founded in 1914 and remains a mutual insurance company, where the policyholders own shares in the company.