In today's constantly changing business environment, it is more important than ever for West Virginia businesses to secure commercial insurance that is expertly matched with their evolving risks. Commercial Insurance needs are different for each and every business situation in West Virginia. Though you may not need all lines of commercial insurance coverage, it is wise to have a knowledgeable professional evaluate your risk and advise you accordingly.
Finding a reliable and credible agent who specializes in commercial insurance is crucial to the continued success of your business in West Virginia. Your commercial insurance professional must be able to evaluate your specific needs and assist you in securing the best type of coverage.
At Mountain State Insurance Agency, our commercial insurance professionals offer 250 combined years of experience in assessing your specific risks and matching them with the best product the industry has to offer. Mountain State Insurance Agency offers a wide selection of commercial insurance products and services, representing the most respected companies in the industry.
- Business Auto
- Group Benefits
- Professional Liability
- Workers' Compensation
- Inland Marine
- General Liability
- Medical Malpractice Liability
- Employment Practices Liability
- Directors and Officers Liability
- Builders Risk
It is inevitable that your business risk will change, let Mountain State Insurance Agency help you secure all your commercial risk.
I have been a client of Mountain State Insurance for longer than I can recall, but I’m confident it has been well over a decade. To me as a “customer”, insurance pricing is at best arcane and nearly impossible to quantify. Given that, absent some form of more competitive pricing (often at the hidden loss of coverage), probably the only deciding factor in choosing an agent is customer service. I have been known to say, I am loyal to a fault. That said, I recall very well my prior agency with whom I also had a long-term relationship and the reason for changing to Mountain State. It was simply an issue of customer service that had deteriorated in the wake of a buy-out by a much larger institution. Mountain State, however, seems to deem customer service a priority and I find it difficult to put a price on that.
Sam McKown, President, C.I. McKown & Son, Inc.