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SUPPORTING THOSE WHO SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITIES.

 

 

Public entities are the backbone of state and local infrastructure, providing essential services to our communities. The nature of these services creates a unique risk exposure — making the need for public entity insurance even more pressing. 

For years, Ross & Yerger has provided comprehensive insurance programs for counties, cities, school districts, colleges, and public agencies. Our approach to coverage begins with understanding your unique needs — enabling us to curate and customize solutions.

 

COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCES FOR

PUBLIC ENTITIES

 

Public entities play a pivotal role in how we live, work and conduct business, guided by a commitment to serve their communities and keeping people safe. At Ross & Yerger, we bring that same level of commitment to protecting the public sector.

Ross & Yerger offers tailored risk management solutions based on the unique risks and challenges facing public entities, which makes insuring with us a simple choice. 

 

Our extensive relationships with top insurance carriers enable Ross & Yerger to provide cooperative solutions, allowing clients to join with similar public entities and reap the benefits of increased coverage at a more economical cost.

The breadth and scope of our services offer a one-stop solution with our team of public entity experts. We offer unique programs and solutions that support you with best-in-class coverage for all your needs.


COVERAGE SOLUTIONS FOR PUBLIC ENTITIES

  • Law Enforcement and Firefighter Concerns

  • Public Officials

  • Specialized Equipment and Facilities

  • Employment Practices Liability

  • Transportation

  • Computers and Electronic Data

  • Special Risk Accident

MEET OUR TEAM

What Our Clients Say

"When others call seeking our business, we share quickly that no one can match the service and attention we receive from Ross & Yerger – it's a relationship that we value and treasure."