Group Insurance Plans
Short Term Disability
Long Term Disability
Staying healthy is important to the success of your business. Our agency is appointed with the most comprehensive and affordable carriers in our region.
We understand small businesses, and know that your time is precious. As a client, you will have the opportunity to connect directly with a live, dedicated customer service representative who will assist you with any questions or concerns. No automated systems or waiting on hold for hours.
For your convenience, we will also travel to your office for meetings so you won't waste any time getting back to work.
Individual Insurance Plans
Health (Including Marketplace Plans)
Navigating personal insurance can be daunting. Now is the best time to secure your personal agent to assist you with insurance.
Let us help!
We assess your needs to help you choose and apply for a plan, taking the stress out of determining your future needs. Life changes happen every day, and it is important to reevaluate your insurance needs to ensure that you have the proper coverage.
Have questions about the Affordable Care Act (ACA)? We can help find you an answer.
Please note that we do not charge an additional fee for our assistance; it's all part of having a dedicated agent.
Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)
A CSA has extensive knowledge about the aging population. By sucessfully passing the challenging exam, our CSA demonstrated his specialized knowledge in five key areas:
1. Social aspects of aging
2. Health aspects of aging: physical and mental
3. Financial and legal aspects of aging
4. Government assistence for seniors
5. Ethical communication with seniors
The CSA Code of Professional Responsibility
To remain in good standing, a CSA must adhere to the following standards:
Competence. CSAs are obligated to keep their professional training, skills and knowledge current and comprehensive in order to competently provide professional services to seniors.
Honesty. A CSA shall not lie, cheat, or steal and must accurately communicate to clients their professional credentials and qualifications; and must be clear in their communications with clients.
Trustworthiness. CSAs must act in a trustworthy manner by promptly and courteously addressing client questions and concerns, and performing in their client's best interest.
Fairness. A CSA shall conduct their professional activities fairly and impartially, and must disclose all potential conflicts of interest. CSAs must rigorously safeguard client information.
Professionalism. CSAs must serve with the highest degree of professionalism, use due diligence and act in good faith in all matters.