Low Rates, Local Agents, and Complete Peace of Mind.
Specialized Coverage You Need to do Business with Confidence.
We Want to Help Protect You During All Stages of Life.
Help Your Business to Attract and Retain the Best Employees.
Associated Insurance Agencies is more than just an insurance agency; we are a reputable and trusted insurance partner in the communities we serve. We are proud to offer our clients a team of experts that most agencies cannot provide. Our team consists of personal, commercial, life and health insurance agents, as well as financial, investment and benefit advisors.
Our insurance agents are dedicated to providing unparalleled, dependable service in an industry where many insurance agencies promise to protect their clients’ interests, but often disappoint when they are needed most.
Associated Insurance Agencies Inc. was founded in 1923 as a small local insurance agency in Westerville, Ohio, that specialized in providing automobile, homeowner, and business insurance to the residents of Central Ohio. Today, our insurance agency represents more than 20 insurance companies and has grown to a team of more than 50 expert advisors with more than $24 million in sales. Associated Insurance has Ohio offices in Circleville, Grove City, Logan, Mount Vernon, Newark, Pickerington, Westerville, Worthington and Xenia, Ohio.
As an independent insurance agency, we are able to select regional and national insurance companies that allow our agents to specifically tailor our products to meet all of our clients’ insurance and financial needs.
We understand that insurance is not easy,
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