Making insurance better awesome…and loving every second of it.

In late 2015, we were three guys with a passion for insurance, sitting around a dining room table. We wanted to re-imagine and redesign the insurance experience, creating an insurance company that would put you first and make you feel taken care of. You’re probably thinking, “pfffft, that will never happen.” That’s okay, we’re not offended. Insurance, as you know it, is an industry that is hundreds of years old, full of ingrained perceptions and antiquated rules and processes. It’s time for a change, and that is why we created Slice.

Let’s put it on the table

All the information that insurance carriers ask you is all publicly available. So instead of taking up your time to give us this info, we use our clever SliceBots to collect it.

When you only need coverage for a few hours of the day or a few days of the week, we only need to price the risk for that slice of time, making it much cheaper for you. Everybody wins!

On top of the fact that Slice has you up and running fast and at affordable rates, we also deliver top of the line coverage so that you’re protected from the full spectrum of incidents – from normal to completely weird. We also think it’s important to give you an effortless claims experience, one that is worry-free. All of this is pulled off with the use of fancy technology using things like AI and machine learning, but if we described it that way you may have stopped reading long ago.

We owe a huge thanks to our community, especially our beta users, for joining us on this awesome journey, and we hope that you’ll continue to be a part of our story to a brighter future where people and the things they love are properly protected.

Slice is changing insurance by:

  • Making it what it needs to be: easy, fast, fair, affordable—the way you deserve to experience it.
  • Creating people-focused (not corporate focused) offerings that fill a void and work to your advantage.
  • Allowing you to buy coverage when you need it, not when you don’t.
  • Making it super easy to get coverage (if you’re a fast typer, you can be up and running in 2 minutes or less. Not so fast… maybe 3 to 5 minutes).