Elliott Insurance Services was first established in 1919 by a local entrepreneur John Ashley Richard Elliott. Located in a small office at 7 Queen Street, insurance was a side project for J.A.R Elliott who operated various businesses in Port Hope Ontario, including farming, real estate, and acting as land registrar for the area.
The years have brought many changes to Elliott Insurance Services, but the client centered focus has always remained. Since 1919, Elliott Insurance has taken pride in representing established Canadian insurance companies which provide consistent underwriting and claims service to satisfy our clients insurance needs.
Elliott Insurance prides itself on their community involvement over the years and is happy to bring the same energy to our Newcastle office. Sponsoring local sports teams, charities, and local business over the past century has created a positive impact on our communities. We are looking forward to creating the same community involvement that has made Elliott Insurance infamous within the Northumberland community to the Clarington communities and surrounding areas.
You’ve been searching for your dream home for months if not years and you have finally found that beautiful home in the country that you have always wanted. There is only one problem, it has an oil tank and your current provider won’t write the insurance for the home. These type of scenarios happen to people all of the time…. Read more »
Just because we’re a 100 year old company, doesn’t mean we can’t innovate. With this in mind, we’ve launched a sister company that focuses on insurance for Contractors and Trades and we wanted to be sure our long time valued clients knew. Contractors and Tradespeople are integral to our society. They build our homes and businesses. They create and maintain… Read more »
The quick and easy answer on how to insure your hobby farm is to call Elliott Insurance Services. If you want to learn more about insuring your hobby farm today, than continue to read this article to find out why it’s important to insure your hobby farm correctly, and to also find the possible gaps in coverage that your regular… Read more »