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We Keep You Safe and Sound

Commercial Insurance

Committed to Serving Our Clients

As a business owner, chances are you don't have the time or the inclination to know exactly what your business insurance program covers; and what it doesn't. Whether you're a retailer, manufacturer, contractor, or other type of small to medium-sized business, we know your business; and how best to protect it.   All tailored -- cost-effectively -- to the specific needs of your business, your employees, and your firm's executive staff.


Workers Compensation

Ensuring Your Protection

  • Workers’ compensation insurance protects employers from claims resulting from injuries to employees. It protects your business from lawsuits and provides employees with compensation for on-the-job injuries.


Emergency Service Industry

Ensuring Your Protection

  • We have a long history of helping the emergency service community protect their assets and manage their exposure to loss.

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Transportation Cargo Insurance

Ocean and Air Freight Carrier Coverage

  • Because freight is more susceptible to damage than smaller shipments, you may want to purchase additional insurance to cover your items.

Agriculture and Farm Insurance

Whatever You Need

  • We find the right insurance designed to meet your farm’s unique needs. Whether you run a small hobby farm, a winery, or a large grain operation, you’ll find The Niles Agency understands your needs, thanks to more the many years of experience working with unique businesses like yours.


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Cyber Insurance

Comprehensive Cyber Liability Policies

What would happen to your business if your entire computer system were taken down today? How quickly would you recover?

  • 43% of cyberattacks target small businesses.

  • 60% of small to medium sized businesses go out of business within six months of a cyber-attack.

  • 33% Only 1/3 of business could remain profitable for longer than three months after permanently losing essential data.

  • The average cost of a data breach is $394,000.

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