D.H. Lloyd and Associates was established in 1985 with the guiding principal of “Clients Are Our Only Assets”. Today that principal still holds true and they strive to offer unparalleled customer service for their clients. They provide a broad range of products and services in the areas of Commercial Property and Business Insurance, Risk Management, Claims Assistance, and much more.
DH Lloyd & Associates maintains active appointments with multiple insurance companies, including: Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Federal Insurance Company, Great Northern Insurance Company, Pacific Indemnity Company, Vigilant Insurance Company, ACE American Insurance Company, Harleysville Insurance Company, Nationwide, Ohio Casualty Insurance Company, The Charter Oak Fire Insurance Company, The Phoenix Insurance Company, Travelers, Trumbull Insurance Company, Twin City Fire Insurance Co., Executive Risk Indemnity Inc., Axis Insurance Company, West American Insurance Company, Harleysville Worcester Insurance Company, Sentinel Insurance Company, Western Surety Company.
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