Scottsdale, Ariz., August 25, 2017—CNA National recently exceeded $3 billion paid for claims across all product lines. The majority of this amount was paid to the company’s participating dealers on behalf of customers who returned to the dealerships where they purchased their service contracts for covered repairs.

“Passing this $3 billion mark is a testament to our fast, hassle-free claims process,” said Joe Becker, president and chief executive officer. “We’ve seen tremendous growth and changes over the past 35 years. Although we have developed into one of the largest service contract companies in the industry, we are still committed to our founding philosophy of being the best one in the industry. Customer service has been and always will be the cornerstone of our values.”

Since its founding in 1982, CNA National has set a new standard for claims excellence, as well as defined what it means to work with dealerships as an integral part of their business strategy, not just an F&I provider. One way the company has done this is by designing its contracts with an option for a “disappearing deductible” that encourages customers to return to the selling dealership for repairs.

“The fact that over half of the $3 billion was paid to selling dealers demonstrates our commitment to helping our clients retain customers,” said Alan Miller, senior vice president of sales. “We are grateful to our agents, dealers and staff, who all contributed to helping us reach this milestone.”