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AIA/Akron Insurance Associates - Insuring Akron and All of Pennsylvania

AIA/Akron Insurance Associates was founded on the principle of providing our community with the best personalized service, combined with the most appropriate and competitive insurance products available.

Akron Insurance has been in business since 1960 under the same ownership. In December 2001, Martha P Weaver, CIC purchased Akron Insurance Associates and formed AIA/Akron Insurance Associates.

With more than 60 years of collective experience, our staff has the know-how and industry knowledge to help fulfill all of your insurance and risk management needs. We understand not just the underwriting process, but also the rating and classification of risks, billing, and claims processes; our goal is to help our clients control losses and lower insurance costs by minimizing losses and maximizing profits.

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Common Benefits Of Commercial Property Insurance

Owning commercial property carries significant risks, which is one reason many businesses elect to lease rather than own. Fire, theft, and natural disasters such as tornadoes and hurricanes can have a heavy financial impact. Commercial property insurance is designed to help mitigate the risk of owning commercial property. What Types Of Protection Does Commercial Property Insurance Provide? When a commercial property is leased or rented,...

Will My Auto Insurance Cover Me If I Drive Across The U.S. Border?

Your personal auto insurance policy provides protection against liability, bodily injury, and property damage in case you are involved in an accident in the U.S. But what happens if your travels take you into Canada, Mexico, or beyond? Are you still covered once you cross the U.S. border? The answer depends on which country you are driving to. Yes, if your trip is to Canada....

Does Workers’ Comp Cover Work-Related Accidents Outside The Workplace?

Most states in the U.S. require all employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance to cover employees in case of work-related injuries. What if a worker is injured in an accident that occurs at a location other than the job site or workplace? Generally, if the employee was acting in the course of his or her employment when the accident occurred, the incident will be covered...