J Bergeron Agency LLC

Nashua, New Hampshire
9:00am - 5:30pm 9:00am - 5:30pm 9:00am - 5:30pm 9:00am - 5:30pm 9:00am - 5:00pmClosed Today Closed Today
361 Main St
Nashua, New Hampshire 03060
US
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Hours
Day of the WeekHours
Monday9:00am - 5:30pm
Tuesday9:00am - 5:30pm
Wednesday9:00am - 5:30pm
Thursday9:00am - 5:30pm
Friday9:00am - 5:00pm
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed
Products Offered
Business Insurance
  • Small Business Insurance
Jodi Daigle
(603) 881-7708
Rachel Davenport
(207) 363-8902
About J Bergeron Agency LLC Nashua
The Bergeron Insurance Agency has been servicing individuals and businesses in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts since 1986. To meet the client's needs and budget, we offer one stop shopping for all personal and business insurance products with extremely competitive and comprehensive solutions. We focus on service and take pride in the relationships we have built over the last three decades. What sets us apart from other insurance companies is our interactive approach which involves listening to our clients needs and developing a customized portfolio for each account. We Love what we do and we make it easy for you! Office locations: 361 Main St. Nashua, NH, 03060. 118 York St. York, Maine 03909. Call for a second opinion on your insurance program today! In NH: (603) 881-7708 In Maine: (207) 373- 8902 Or Email us at Bergerj2@bergeronagency.com
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Frequently Asked Questions
Starting your own business means taking on some degree of risk. As a business owner, you already have the passion and drive to take on new challenges, but you'll also need to protect the value of the assets you purchase for your company. Insurance can help you recover when things go wrong. From property losses related to items such as fire or theft, to liability issues should someone sue – or threaten to. With the proper policies in place, you'll gain peace of mind and feel more comfortable in your new role as an entrepreneur.
Businesses often need to carry more than one type of insurance, and your business' insurance needs may be highly individualized. A knowledgeable agent can help you find the right solutions. For some states, carrying insurance is a requirement. Requirements may also vary by the type of business you own and the number of employees; however, worker's compensation is required by law in most states, and highly recommended if not.
The cost of insurance is based on a range of factors including the following:
·The value of the company assets you wish to insure.
·Number of employees.
·Specific risks associated with your industry.
·Your personal risk tolerance and the amount of liability protection you prefer.
There are several things you can do to keep insurance expenses in check. Performing an annual risk assessment and identifying actions you can take to lower your insurance costs is the first step. Also, your agent can be a great resource to review your existing policies and deductibles, to make sure your coverage and limits are right-sized for your business. Lastly, if you purchase more than one insurance policy from the same agent, don't forget to ask if you qualify for a multi-policy discount.
At the most basic level, insurance helps you manage the risk of loss for your business. You don't want to experience a loss that would have been covered if you'd had the right policy in place. Spend time assessing your operational risks to determine your greatest risk factors. A knowledgeable insurance professional can also review your policies in order to look for gaps in coverage.

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