Dependable. Honest. Focused.

Providing appropriate insurance to protect your assets and defend liabilities.

We seek to partner with you in your risk management activities by building a relationship based on trust and performance and giving you a competitive advantage through lower insurance costs.

The InsureWise Mission: Provide the best possible coverage for clients, at the lowest possible cost, from the strongest carrier available.

We can lower your insurance costs!

Evaluate exposures to loss and suggest appropriate insurance coverages

Provide quotes from a variety of insurance carriers so you get the best coverages and the fairest price

We will provide consistent quality service as to be responsive to your needs and request.

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InsureWise is not a typical insurance agency.

By utilizing our family of companies, reducing and managing your commercial risk is achievable.

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Latest Blogs

  • Wall Street Journal – As Hurricane Season Arrives, U.S. Homeowners Haven’t Fixed Their Big Underinsurance Problem

    Many homeowners lack flood insurance or have insufficient policy limits for repairs or rebuilding following a natural catastrophe. By Nicole Friedman and Leslie Scism Updated July 18, 2018 6:45 p.m. ET Many U.S. homeowners are inadequately insured for natural-catastrophe damage ahead of the height of the Atlantic hurricane season. Three major landfalling hurricanes in 2017—Harvey, Irma and Maria—revealed

    July 31, 2018
  • The Three Types of Hazards

    Risk Management involves the understanding of the predominant three hazards groups and how those hazards, left untreated, lead to losses. Hazard Analysis is the term used to describe and articulate the components that start the chain of causation that leads to injury. Hazards create exposures that need to be recognized, evaluated and controlled. A hazard

    October 27, 2017
  • Insurance Basics

    Most employers have to purchase several types of insurance coverage just to operate a business. Some of these insurance coverage’s are required by law and others are required by contract, so the purchase of insurance is typically not optional. There are 5 basic types of Business Insurance coverage: Property Insurance– protects structures, equipment and contents

    October 27, 2017