InsuranceNoodle Adds Three States To Roster

April 5, 2001

Keeping with its goal of providing insurance in all 50 states by the end of second quarter 2001, InsuranceNoodle is now licensed to sell insurance in Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Montana.

The Chicago-based insurance e-broker now conducts business in 23 of the 25 largest states for small business, and 37 states in total, according to Chairman and Co-founder Robert Rudy.

InsuranceNoodle employs Internet-based technology to provide independent agents and small business owners with world-class commercial insurance products and services.

The company is actively recruiting insurance agencies into its extensive national network of agencies now using InsuranceNoodle technology to quote, place, and manage commercial insurance on behalf of their customers.

Customers are supported by a state-of-the-art customer service center providing advice and support from licensed online agents seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. CDT.

InsuranceNoodle has teamed with leading national insurers dedicated to the small business market, including AIG, The Hartford, Kemper, The St. Paul, and Zurich to offer a full line of tailored coverages for small business owners in virtually any industry. Property and liability, workers’ comp, commercial auto, and surety are among the lines of insurance offered.

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