Take a look for helpful information as well as tips for insurance during this holiday season! We are a family corporation situated in Laytonsville, Maryland. Our association with the Erie Insurance Group spans over 40 years. While specializing in coverage for tiny to mid-sized commercial accounts we can supply a complete array of insurance services including auto, property, liability, bonding, life & annuities.

Contact Details

  City Gaithersburg, MD
  Zip Code 20882
  Address 21508 Olney Laytonsville Rd
  Phone Number (301) 253-2053

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At our agency, we'll personally review your coverage and help you get the most amount of coverage for the least amount of money! We can offer you a wide variety of coverage options! Covers your liability for injuries you cause to other people and property damage for which you are at fault. This coverage usually is expressed in a "split number" such as 100/300/100. The first number is the limit (in thousands of dollars) that your policy will pay for bodily injury per person in the event of an accident.

Universal Life allows you the flexibility to make changes as your life circumstances change, without having to change your life insurance policy. Lock in your insurability now, while you are healthy, and start protecting your loved ones, while you build cash for for your future. Ask us about a personal Life Insurance Review. We can help you determine the amount of coverage you need, and show you how simple it is to get started! Term Insurance covers you for a specified period of time, such as one, five, ten or twenty years.

The single biggest investment you may make in life is your home. Are you sure you've protected your investment? Let us review your homeowner's policy with you and make sure there are no gaps in coverage. Generally, the coverage is 10% of the amount for which your home is insured. You may want to review this coverage with us, to make sure you are adequately protected in this area. A homeowner's insurance policy normally provides limited coverage for collectibles, jewelry, furs, etc. It may be necessary to insure your valuables with a Personal Property Floater.