1907 - The Automobile Mutual Insurance Company of America was founded in Providence by A.T. Vigneron. It offered automotive, fire and theft insurance.
1914 - The Factory Mutual Liability Insurance Company of America was chartered for the purpose of providing liability insurance to Automobile Mutual policyholders.
1941 - The company opened its first branch office in Boston.
1956 - The company began issuing homeowners insurance in 1956. It later added marine and personal excess liability insurance.
1970 - Amica Life Insurance Company wrote its first policy.
1973 - Automobile Mutual and Factory Mutual merged to form a more efficient corporate identity.
1994 - Amica's corporate offices moved from Providence to Lincoln, RI.
2005 - Robert A. DiMuccio was elected Amica's president and chief executive officer. The title of chairman was added in 2008.
2007 - Amica celebrated its 100th anniversary.
2014 - Amica has 44 offices across the country and thrives as the oldest mutual insurer of automobiles in the United States.
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