We value your privacy
Our privacy policies and other disclosures contain information as to how we collect, use, protect and disclose your personal information. The privacy notice(s) that apply to you vary based on the type of relationship you have with State Farm® and the state in which you live. Please see below for more.
- You have financial products or services (banking, securities, or insurance) which are used primarily for personal, family, or household purposes
- State Farm has your information in connection with these types of products
About our ads and tracking
We, along with our vendors, use several common tracking technologies on our website properties and in our mobile applications to collect information about your computer or device. These may include:
- Browser cookies
- Local shared objects (such as "Flash" cookies)
- Mobile advertising or device IDs
- Analytical tools
- Other technologies
You’re subject to HIPAA, if you are:
- A consumer who has purchased a health insurance policy
- A State Farm employee or independent contractor agent and have enrolled in a State Farm group health plan
State laws and regulations require certain privacy notices be provided depending on the State Farm product or service you have and the jurisdiction.
You are subject to the Insurance Information and Privacy Protection Act notice, if you:
- Have insurance products (auto, homeowners, life, or health)
- Are a claimant or beneficiary related to insurance products primarily for personal, family, or household purposes
This notice may apply in addition to the notices described above, which are provided in accordance with GLBA and/or HIPAA. This notice will be substantially similar to what is provided in the following link, but your state’s exact notice could vary.
Which states does this apply to?
- New Jersey
- North Carolina
If you are a resident of Maine or Montana, we are required to provide this notice as a result of your involvement in a claim with one of our customers and this is provided whether or not you are an existing State Farm customer. You might receive this notice if you were involved:
- As the driver of another vehicle in an automobile accident with a State Farm-insured customer
- As a passenger in a vehicle involved in a claim with a State Farm-insured customer
- In a claim recorded under a State Farm Homeowners policy
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
If you are a resident of California, you may have protections, subject to certain limitations, under the CCPA notice. In general, consumers subject to this notice will be those who do not have an existing customer relationship with State Farm.
If you are a California resident and would like to exercise your CCPA rights, utilize the applicable link below to access and complete the data access request form.
California Consumers with prior State Farm employment - Request Form
California Consumers without State Farm Account online access - Request Form
California Consumers with State Farm Account online access - Request Form
Illinois and New York require notices to victims of domestic abuse of their rights granted by each state.