Our approach to risk management is simple, comprehensive and completely customized for you.
Welcome to Associated Insurance Services
Associated Insurance Services has offered risk management and insurance solutions to business owners and individuals in Idaho and the surrounding states since 2005. We are the exclusive Idaho representatives of Associated Loggers Exchange, an Idaho-based workers compensation insurance company founded in 1979 and owned by its policyholders.
A locally-owned, independent agency, we got our start by specializing in insurance for loggers, log haulers, and the forest products industry. Today our clients are also in construction, manufacturing, trucking, professional services and much more. Learn more about our unique story by visiting our About Us page.
We offer all lines of commercial and personal insurance, as well as surety bonds. Please reach out to discuss your specific risk exposures. Initial conversations are always complimentary. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your trust!
Our Risk Management Solution
We offer a diagnostic and consultative approach to uncovering and mitigating risk. PEAK360 is our agency’s unique five-step process that identifies, measures, and reduces risk, while enhancing an organization’s performance. We think outside the insurance “box” because we recognize that managing business risks requires a variety of approaches and insurance alone is not a winning strategy.
Our recommendations are always made with the safety and vitality of your organization and your team at the forefront of our minds.
Associated Insurance Services LLC is licensed in Arizona, California, Idaho, Indiana, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. (In CA: DBA Inter-Connected Insurance Services LLC, license #0H93965.)
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