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Why Choose an Independent Agent?

There is a difference. Some people think it doesn’t really matter where they buy their insurance. But this misconception could be costing them money, service and protection. Buying insurance isn’t like buying bread or milk. Insurance is an important safety net for your family, your home, your car or your business. Don’t treat the purchase lightly! Click here to find out more.

Independent Agents Help You Understand The New Changes in Mass. Auto Insurance.
The Massachusetts auto insurance system underwent sweeping changes on April 1, 2008. In an effort to ease the transition, Independent Insurance Agents want to make sure that you have a good understanding of the changes that have occurred and how they may affect your auto insurance rates.

To assist you, has assembled the answers to the most frequently asked questions about these changes. Click here for answers to your questions.
Check out Discounts, Credits and Policy Features.
We've also put together a chart of what the most popular companies are planning to offer on April 1st - like discounts, credits, and special policy features that may benefit you and your family. Click here for the chart..
Person To Person Service Makes All The Difference.
Unlike large, faceless corporations, Independent Insurance Agents are independent businesses located right in your community. They don't just "sell" you a policy. They are there for you day in and day out to provide the person to person service you want and deserve ... when you have questions, when you need to make changes in your policy, and, most importantly, when you have a claim.
What Every Consumer Should Know About Buying, Insuring or Renting a Car.
As an added benefit to the person to person service you receive from your agent, Independent Insurance Agents have developed several consumer guides that will simplify the complexities of buying an insurance policy, purchasing a new vehicle, or renting a car.
Is a six-month auto policy good news for you?
Maybe not! The Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents (MAIA) has issued a press release to let consumers know they have a statutory right to a one year policy and warning of the pitfalls of six-month policies. To read the release, click here.


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