Mid-Continent Group’s roots go back to 1947, with the founding of General Bonding & Insurance Company (GBIC). In 1956, GBIC merged into Mid-Continent Casualty Company (MCCC) and was operated by the Inhofe family. It was in the 80’s when MCCC joined the Great American team and became what is known today as Mid-Continent Group. Mid-Continent Group is now comprised of Mid-Continent Casualty Company, Oklahoma Surety Company, Mid-Continent Assurance Company and Mid-Continent Excess & Surplus Insurance Company.
Major rating agencies issue public ratings on the insurance companies within the Mid-Continent Group. Financial strength or claims-paying ability ratings apply to individual our insurance companies. The rating criteria and designations vary for each agency. Visit the agencies' websites for information about the rating agencies and their rating processes.
|Company Name||AM Best Rating||Standard & Poors Rating|
|Mid-Continent Casualty Company (lead)||A+ (Superior)||A+|
|Mid-Continent Assurance Company||A+ (Superior)||A+|
|Mid-Continent Excess and Surplus Income Company||A+ (Superior)||Not Rated|
|AM Best rating affirmed December 16, 2022. AM Best rating of "A+" is second of 16 ratings.|
Standard & Poor’s rating affirmed March 6, 2023. Standard & Poor's rating of "A+" is fifth of 22 ratings.
As a member of Great American Insurance Group, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, we benefit from the resources of one of the largest insurance providers in the United States. Read more about Great American Insurance Group and their financial strength.