Why you should choose us?

When choosing an insurance agency, you want a company you can trust. We are an independent insurance agency. We do not work for an insurance company; we work for you!

As an independent insurance agency, our duty is to our clients best interests. As your insurance agents, it is our responsibility to provide YOU the best service and the best coverage, at the best possible price.

We are a little old fashioned, if you want something done quickly, we will do everything we can to assist. Customer service is of paramount importance to us. Our customers recommend us to their friends. Our expertise is based on well-trained experienced staff that can tailor a comprehensive insurance program for your specific needs. You will have the added benefit of working with agents who understand your needs. Finding the right policy is only the beginning.

1

Brace for rising costs

In addition to preparing for that price boost, you need to understand what your company’s requirements will be for contributing to your plan.

2

Plan for the unforeseen

We suggests that all small business owners prepare for the most costly scenarios, even if they’re purely hypothetical.

3

Communicate with employees

Some workers with sub-par health insurance options may be eligible for subsidies to buy coverage in those marketplaces.

4

Check out your insurance options

Companies with fewer than 100 employees will be able to purchase health plans through the public marketplaces through the Small Business Health Options Program, though the choices there will limited in the first year.

The history

To protect the houses and other buildings it was insuring, The Insurance Office formed actual fire-fighting teams. They were issued equipment and identifying badges. Their job was solely to put out fires in the buildings they insured.

As Alwin Bulau points out in his seminal insurance historical book, Footprints of Assurance, these company-owned brigades were not there for the protection of the public, they were specifically employed by their respective insurance companies. When a fire occurred, all the nearby fire brigades would rush to the fire, just in case it was their company that insured the building. If it wasn't, they'd either leave or, more likely, stay to watch as observers.

That didn't eliminate the need for insurance, of course. Nor did it eliminate the need for firemarks, which continued in use. Given the choice of buildings to save, the firefighters would always attempt to save an insured building before an uninsured one. It was customary for insurance companies to pay for ale at the local pub for any firefighters who attempted to save their insured property and to provide bonuses for those who were successful at it.

Our Team

Jessica Brown

CEO

Jeremy Stuart

Managing Director

Sarah Johnson

Public Relation

Paul ferguson

Consultant