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Our Organization

    There are a few points worth highlighting that make the choice to do business with our agency a better value for you. First, we're well-established. The two agencies that merged in 1968 to become Beauchamp & McSpadden were both established in 1927. Morrison Galliher, of which Equine Insurance Specialists is a subsidiary, traces its roots to 1894. We're a four generation organization.

    Sometimes, size is not all that important. With us though, our size (43 employees, four offices, and $30,000,000 in annual premiums written) translates into more resources, and more service. Through our affiliation in ARM Partners, an internationally recognized group of large, professional insurance agencies, we participate in the largest marketing organization of Independent Insurance Agents in the world. We have the resources to get access to every corner of the insurance market for you, for every imaginable kind of specialty coverage. We handle dozens of very large and "jumbo" commercial accounts (most of whom have purchased their insurance with us for decades), so we're used to complexity and have the skills and resources to manage every aspect of service on accounts like yours.

    The professional ability and service ethic of our Account Executives will translate into a completely refreshing way of doing business. We share over 250 years of experience in commercial insurance. We can get things done, and done right. Active in many community, civic, horse-related and insurance organizations, we know what it takes to do business in your community, and also know how to "interface" with the complex worldwide insurance market.

    We know that some agencies withhold as much as possible from their clients, believing this discourages competition and that their clients "don't need to know that anyway." Our approach is completely different -- we believe in sharing information with our clients, everything you want to know about your insurance product -- and we strive to deliver this information whenever you want it, and to put it in the format you desire. This will include loss runs, copies of applications, property schedules, and complete policy pages (so you'll know what you're buying). We propose to take the "mystery" out of insurance pricing, sharing worksheets, underwriting concerns, coverage options, and alternative approaches to financing risk.