At Federal Insurance Federation, we partner with your business for success. Are you ready to partner up?

Navigating business insurance is a tricky job. Federal Insurance Federation is a family-operated agency, focused on providing you with total risk analysis to assess your insurance needs. Our hands-on services give you a live, personal alternative to using online questionnaires or pure guesswork to decide your business’ insurance needs.

Properly insuring a business is no small task. There are many kinds of business insurance to consider, including:

  • Commercial Property
  • General Liability
  • Workers Compensation
  • Commercial Automobile/Fleet
  • Umbrella
  • Excess Liability
  • Habitational Property
  • Directors and Officers (D&O)
  • Professional Liability (E&O)
  • Employment Practices Liability (EPLI)
  • Cyber, Security & Privacy Breach
  • Travel
  • International
  • Bonds
  • Fidelity/Crime
  • Special Events
  • Travel
  • International

In addition to providing for your insurance needs, Federal Insurance Federation also offers other services, such as the sale of bonds. Bonds offer a monetary completion guarantee for certain types of work. We offer performance, bid, payment, indemnity, and license bonds. If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed by all these options, don’t worry! That’s what we’re here for. Our insurance agents serve the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC tri-state area. If this includes you, just give us a call and we’ll walk you through your options step by step.

Business Insurance is Not Something You Should Neglect

Even the best-run businesses can run into problems. You don’t have any control over things such as equipment failure, natural disasters, theft, or disgruntled employees.

When you reach out to Federal Insurance Federation, you’re going to get a prompt call back from a friendly agent who is happy to help you with your business insurance needs. Personal service like ours is disappearing quickly in this digital age, but we still believe that a live, personal touch is best. Don’t you agree?