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Haas, Haas + Associates was founded by Edward Haas in 1950, offering primarily home, life and auto insurance. The current president, Bill Haas, joined his father’s agency in 1966 and has led the transformation to a full-service firm offering an array of personal insurance, commercial insurance (including group insurance for organizations of up to 1,500 employees) and financial services.
Over six decades, we have earned our clients’ trust by applying our core values – service, integrity and respect – in our working relationships with every client, every day. We understand our clients’ needs as well as we understand the insurance solutions to meet them. Because at the end of the day, Haas, Haas + Associates does not sell insurance. We provide peace of mind.
Haas, Haas + Associates is proud to represent a portfolio of companies for a wide range of coverages, so in working with us, you can rest assured that what matters most to you – home, auto, business and financial security – is protected by policies that represent real value. Today, the company represents some of the nation’s most trusted insurance companies including:
  • The Hartford
  • The Travelers
  • CNA
  • Kemper
  • Guide One
  • Progressive
  • Columbus Life
  • Safeco
  • Lafayette Life
  • New York Life
  • Guard Insurance (a Berkshire Hathaway Company)
  • Lincoln National
  • Jackson National and other fine carriers.
With our Haas Healthcare Solutions division, the firm maintains the same rigorous standard of excellence, associating with C.N.A. (an AM Best A+ rated company) to provide customized risk management coverage.
Haas, Haas + Associates dedication to individualized service has never wavered. The firm actively participates in employee benefit negotiations with unions, school boards, and other stakeholders. Benefits are delivered through national appointments with major carriers for both employers’ and employees’ peace of mind.
Haas, Haas + Associates: for over 60 years, working with leading underwriters to cover everything from the home to the workplace, and the vehicles that gets you from one to the other.

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