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Hancock Perdue Insurance

4131 Southside Blvd, Ste 109
Jacksonville FL 32216
(904) 221-2000
Progressive Authorized Agent Hancock Perdue Insurance is your local Jacksonville insurance agency. More information about independent insurance agencies that sell Progressive: Independent insurance agents dono?=t work for just one company, and that means better choices for you. Like a personal shopper comparing rates and coverage, they can quote multiple insurance companies to make sure you are getting a great rate. Always looking for new solutions and product lines, ito?=s no wonder agents choose Progressive more than any other carrier. And with Progressive, agents can offer: Full Line of Products - including auto, motorcycle and ATV, commercial and business, RV, boat, personal umbrella, and home. Affordable Solutions - Progressive starts with great rates and adds a lot of other ways to save, such as: The Multi Policy, Homeowner*, Good Student, Multi Vehicle, Paperless, Paid In Full, Five Year Accident Free, and Three Year Safe Driving Discounts. And where available, Snapshoto?= - the newest way to save. Exceptional Claims Service - Just as your local agent will offer peace of mind and exceptional service, if you have a claim, youo?=ll always get caring claims service by one of the Progressive claims specialists. Progressive will get you back on the road as soon as possible, guaranteeing repairs completed at network repair shops. Expert Advice - Independent agents are insurance experts. Theyo?=re ready with personal service, free quotes, price comparisons, advice about coverage options, and help with all your insurance needs. To get expert advice and a free quote, stop in or call your local agent today.
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