Their whole business is based around a traitorous collaboration with peoples Unions.
People join the Union and then the Union sells the information to this company. Then AIL reps will call the person(s) and tell them about the fantastic free policy their Union is providing for them. If this does not work then they will pull out the "Child Safety Kit",line to emotionally blackmail parents into agreeing to an appointment with a Rep.
Once the Rep is inside your door they will pressure you over and over to give out names of people you know that might like the kit or that might "benefit", from any policy they then will try to push on a person. The most important thing to a Rep is further leads. If they leave empty handed the logic is well they now have fresh leads to work on again. The Rep will then call these people and "name drop", the previous person they visited without that persons permission to do so and even if that person basically kicked them out of the door as the scammers they are.
Any person giving this company 5 stars is a company shill/stooge. Yes the kind of person that has no reservations about tricking themselves into peoples homes and pressurizing people to buy insurance and to give out other peoples contact information. Also have you noticed most 5 star comments are by people claiming to work for AIL? Yelp is for the consumer not an employee!
If you are contacted by AIL, COMPLAIN TO YOUR UNION! and ask them why they are selling your information.
Finally the "Child Safety Kit", is just a piece of cardboard that you write your child's details on. Anyone can do this and a visit to your local police station is the best place to go, not an insurance company!