Your Local Fort Lauderdale Independent Insurance Agency

E/G of Florida specializes in auto, home, condo, hospitality, and business insurance.

For over 20 years, E/G of Florida, has specialized in homeowners and car insurance, life insurance, and business insurance in Florida. With offices in Fort Lauderdale, Port Saint Lucie, Jupiter, Tampa and Naples, we are a growing company, staffed with insurance professionals who provide extensive expertise in auto, home, business and boat insurance.

A Reliable Independent Insurance Agency

At E/G of Florida, we’ll work hard for you to find coverages that best align with your personal insurance needs and circumstances. We’ll take in account your coverage expectations, your preferred carriers and, of course, your budget. Our caring, knowledgeable agents will always keep your best interests in mind. If you’re looking for an insurance agency you can trust as an always-honest, always-reliable partner in South Florida, call E/G of Florida today at (866) 565-3939!

Committed to Excellence

Although we’re proud of our numerous insurance relationships, we do not work for an insurance company. We work for you—period. When you file a claim, we’ll be there to help every possible way, advocating on your behalf to ensure fair, prompt payment and service.

Committed to Knowledge Empowerment

At E/G of Florida, we believe in the power of knowledge. We believe in the power of relationships, too. Strong insurance relationships start with knowledgeable clients making informed coverage decisions. We are committed to empowering each policyholder with the information he/she needs to make educated coverage choices.

E/G of Florida Insurance: Growing Partnerships Through Quality Coverage

At E/G of Florida, we partner with a select group of financially sound, reputable insurance companies in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Our staff and leadership have been part of the insurance industry for many years and can help you find coverages for any business or personal insurance circumstance. We provide personalized guidance to every policyholder because we want you to make the right insurance decisions for yourself, your family and/or your business. This is the basis of solid insurance relationships. This is theE/G of Florida way.

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