Great Lakes Mutual

How To Get A Quote

Thank you for your interest in Great Lakes Mutual Insurance!

If this is your first time considering Great Lakes Mutual for your property insurance needs, we’re here to make sure you receive the best service for the coverage you require.

To provide great service, we look to our many Great Lakes Mutual agents throughout the State of Michigan. They are committed to understanding your coverage needs and can best assess your property to provide an accurate insurance quote.

Great Lakes Mutual agents near you also provide the quickest and most reliable service. Emails and telephone calls only go so far. You’ll enjoy the one-on-one service our agents provide. Most of all, you’ll get all of your questions answered quickly.

To find a local GLMI agent:
Click here for the agent search tool or enter your zip code in the Agent Locator box to the right.

Helpful Information for Requesting A Quote

Your Great Lakes Mutual agent will need to collect some information about your property in order to provide you a quote. Before you contact or meet your agent, please collect as much information as you can about the property to be covered.

Great Lakes Mutual Insurance recommends you have the following information available:

  • Address of the property to be covered

  • Type of property (i.e. Condominium, Vacant Dwelling, Rental, etc.)

  • Age of the property

  • Purchase price of the property

  • Date of purchase of the property

  • Current State Equalized Value (SEV) – This value can be found on your property tax statement

  • Are there any dogs that live on the property? If so, how many and what breed are they?

  • Is there a woodstove or fireplace on the property?

  • Does this property have any unattached structures? (Garage, shed, gazebo, sauna, etc.)

  • Have you filed any insurance claims for the property to be covered? 

Filing A Claim

Protecting you, your property, and your possessions is Great Lakes Mutual Insurance Company’s number one priority.

Let’s face it. Accidents happen. Mother Nature turns. Someone injures themselves on your property. We all have insurance to protect us against the unexpected. Great Lakes Mutual Insurance is on your side when you need help the most. 

With any event – big or small – your first priority is safety. Please take all necessary precautions and measures to ensure your safety and the safety of others around your damaged property. Keep in mind that damage sustained to your property may not be the only hazard to your safety. Downed power lines, gas leaks and standing water can also provide dangerous conditions on or near your property. 

Helpful Information for Filing A Claim

As with any claim process, the more information you can provide about the loss or occurrence will help Great Lakes Mutual expedite the review process and file your claim.

Please have the following information available to complete your online claim: 

  • Great Lakes Mutual Insurance policy number

  • Address of the property

  • Date of loss or occurrence

  • Description of loss or occurrence

  • Telephone number and an alternate phone number (if necessary)  

Once your loss has been reported, documented, and received by Great Lakes Mutual, a claims specialist from Great Lakes Mutual Insurance will contact you.

Your assigned specialist can also advise you about: 

  • Your property insurance and liability coverage

  • How to protect your property from further damage (Example: boarding a window or tarping a roof)

  • Appointing an adjuster to inspect damages (at the Company’s discretion)

  • Resolution of your claim 


Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

Policy Information

Policy Number

Insured Information



First Name*

Last Name*

Email Address*

Phone Number* (required for call back)

Phone Type*

Alternate Phone Number

Alternate Phone Type

Loss Information

Date of Loss* (month/day/year)

Cause of Loss*

If "Other" please provide short description

Street Address of Loss*

Address Line 2


Zip Code*

Description of Occurrence*

Police Department Contacted?*


Fire Department Contacted?*



Any person who knowingly and with intent to defraud any insurance  company or other person files an application for insurance or statement of claim containing any materially false information, or conceals for the purpose of misleading, information concerning any fact material thereto, commits a fraudulent insurance act, which is a crime, and shall also be subject to civil penalty not to exceed five thousand dollars and the stated value of the claim for each violation.


I have read the above claim form and attest that the information provided is true, complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

Insured First Name*

Insured Last Name*

Verification Code

Retype Code*