Located in Mt. Washington near Pikesville, Great Oak Insurance Group is an independent insurance agency in Maryland. Even though we represent ERIE, our loyalty is to our customers, not to any one insurance company. We are free to choose the best carrier for you as your individual situation changes. We do the shopping on your behalf to make sure you are getting the best possible rate for auto, home, flood, life and business insurance without sacrificing coverage. At Great Oak Insurance, we believe that if you genuinely care about people first, the rest will fall into place. We proudly represent Erie Insurance, who for more than 85 years, has been fulfilling its promise to customers to provide auto/car insurance, homeowners insurance, business/commercial insurance and life insurance rooted in the principles of honesty, decency, service, and of course, affordability.
Our goal is:
“To make sure, above all else, that your coverage preserves and protects what you love and to provide you the best service at the best price.”
We know you have a choice when it comes to insurance. Great Oak will assess your situation thoroughly and provide you with the best options to choose from. In the end we think our effort and expertise will make Great Oak your obvious choice.
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