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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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  • Insurance Services
    • Amprise National Insurance
        • Business on the directory in Choak Tower office building in New York City. (Season 2 episode The Outing)
    • Bert's Cheap Auto Insurance
        • Insurance company. "1-low-fee-1408"
    • Bradshaw Insurance
        • Company where bookkeeper Ernest Critchet works, the commuter that first asks about Macon Heights.
    • Brotrman Nutual Insurance Company
        • Business on the directory in Choak Tower office building in New York City. (Season 2 episode The Outing)
    • Canyon Prop and Life
        • Insurance Company that owns Gardner's wife's life insurance policy.
    • Casewell Insurers of California
        • Company Fletch says he's with when he calls Stanwyck's father.
    • CFG Insurance
        • 
Insurance company where Dexter's biological father Joe Driscoll worked. (Season 1 episode Father Knows Best)
    • Davith of Glencracken
        • Davith sells insurance - gives Beth his card and tells her all about it in a deleted scene.
    • Dopplin Insurance
        • Ellen's moon mail includes a Dopplin Insurance certificate amendment rider that takes effect February 1, 1983. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
    • Dunnmorin Insurance Holdings Group
        • According to Cal, one of several companies involved in a plot to change biogenetic patent law. Cal: "The DYAD group has these key people on dozens of corporate boards, you know. I'm talking super PACs and research groups and lobbyists. All a concerted effort to try and effect biogenetic patent law." (Season 2 episode By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried)
    • East Credit Insurance Company
        • David and Maddie take a new job as debt collectors. (Season 1 episode The Murder's in the Mail)
    • Elton Home Insurance
        • Insurance company listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • Freedom Atlantic
        • Bob's "Fortune 800” insurance company.
    • Fremont Safety Insurance
        • The Highway Safety Board and Fremont Safety Insurance investigate a series of deadly accidents on Dead man's Curve. (Season 1 episode End of the Road)
    • Gray Star Mutual
        • Diaz's Ex boyfriend Adrian Pimento is now an insurance investigator assigned to Boyle's case when his food truck burns down. "Where the feeling is mutual" (Season 5 episode Gray Star Mutual)
    • Humongous Insurance
        • A fictional company in the documentation and training material for Microsoft products.
    • Insuricare
        • Company Bob Parr works for, also known as Black-Hearted Insurance Company in the Singaporean version. Motto: "Your Life Is In Our Hands".
        • Car life insurance is offered by Insuricare, the same company Bob Parr works for in The Incredibles.
    • Insuricare Insurance Company
        • Insurance company advertised at Thunder Hollow race track, same company from The Incredibles.
    • Lane & Lane Insurance
        • Company listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • LC Medical Insurance
        • New record added 6/17/2022
        • Connor finds bills at his mother’s house.
    • Liberty State Mutual
        • Finch claims to be Arthur Bellinger with Liberty State Mutual when he visits Theresa Whitaker's aunt Elizabeth Whitaker. He tells her he wrote the term life policies for Grant Whitaker and that she and her husband Grant are listed as next of kin. (Season 1 episode Ghosts)
    • Live Long Day Life Insurance
        • The name of the fake company Chuck makes up when she calls her aunt/real mother to talk to her (Season 2 episode Oh Oh Oh... It's Magic)
    • Loggers Casualty
        • Insurance company that offers Bob a job as their first company psychologist. (Season 3 episode The Grey Flannel Shrink)
    • Merry Widow Insurance Company
        • Insurance company in Springfield.
        • Visible in the background as the log with Lisa's head rolls through town. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
        • Homer applies for life insurance, but is declared "uninsurable". (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
        • Homer goes looking for insurance. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass)
    • Morty Insurance
        • Insurance option sold by one of the Ricks in the Citadel of Ricks (Season 1 episode Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • Murphy National Life
        • Business on the directory in Choak Tower office building in New York City. (Season 2 episode The Outing)
    • Mutual of Harrisburg
        • Insurance agent that Michael thinks is the mafia (Season 6 episode Mafia)
    • Ned Ryerson
        • Phil's old high school classmate, he now sells insurance in Punxsutawney.
    • NEIC Group
        • Insurance provider on file for Gene Takavic, also known as Jimmy McGill, seen on the Lowe Memorial Hospital front desk computer screen. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • Old Glory Insurance
        • Covers anyone over the age of 50 against robot attack, regardless of current health. Featuring spokesperson Sam Waterston.
    • Pan America Insurance Company
        • Company that offers life insurance - and dragon insurance - to Grateful Dead fans (Episode Sarah Jessica Parker)
    • Pluto Car and Home Insurance
        • Charge on Joe and Love's Madre Linda Trust Bank statement. (Season 3 episode Into the Woods)
    • Rite-Dober Health Systems
        • New healthcare provider for the office staff. (Season 3 episode The Merger)
    • Safely Insurance
        • Insurance company in the background when Kodos and Kang enslave the residents of Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Santa Rosa Insurance Group
        • Jimmy and Chuck's legal insurance. Jimmy attempts to get some of his money back after being banned from practicing law for a year. (Season 3 episode Expenses)
    • State Marine Insurance
        • Pete's job when Alex runs into him after being cured.Pete: "We have a small flat. I am earning very small money at State Marine Insurance, but things will get better, that I know."
    • Stoddard Vallencourt Insurance
        • One of the health care provider options Micheal considers for the office, before handing the responsibility over to Dwight. (Season 1 episode Health Care)
    • Unified General Insurance
        • Joe's insurance company (Season 4 episode The Fortune Cookie)
    • Vanguard Insurance Co.
        • Business nearby when Kirk and Spock arrive in the past. (Season 1 episode The City on the Edge of Forever)
    • Wellspring Insurance Company LTD
        • Sebastian's insurance company, which he deals with after his house burns down.
    • Whitewood Insurance
        • Insurance company investigating Brian's house burning down (Season 8 episode Porno for Pyros)

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