So what does it mean to recognize all marriages? It simply means that even before the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage, Esurance went beyond what the law required in order to treat customers equally.
In every state where Esurance can give couples a married rate, we extend that rate to either married gay couples, domestic partners, or those in civil unions.
There are a few states that don't allow insurance companies to provide rates based on marital status — period — so, of course, in those states we're not able to extend the married rate to any of our customers.
But wherever we can, we extend this rate equally.