The nation’s first-ever auto accident actually happened in 1891 about four hours west of our Sharon, PA office, in Ohio City, Ohio, when a gas-powered buggy hit a tree root and then crashed into a hitching post. Both the driver and his passenger were injured.
Since the earliest driving days, transportation accidents have been a growing problem, ranging from fender benders to multi-vehicle fatalities. Auto insurance has grown in complexity since that time to cover the many costs associated with motor vehicle accidents, which cost the nation $277 billion each year, or nearly $900 for each person living in the US.
While the times have changed, our concern for our neighbors hasn’t. We’ve kept up with the changes, but we still focus on the essentials: honesty, integrity, and service.
While we’re proud to call Pennsylvania our home, we’ve helped individuals all across the country manage their risk and we look forward to helping you, too – no matter where it is that you call home.