Declaring your Independence
An Independent Insurance Agency such as Catalano & Steffani Insurance Group has the ability to shop multiple insurance providers on your behalf. Independent means more variety and more savings for the customer. Catalano & Steffani Insurance Group represents a variety of insurance companies which provide our customers with the best combination of price and coverage. Our access to these multiple insurance carriers allows us to shop on behalf of our customers to compare coverages and obtain the most competitive rates.
Welcome to Catalano and Steffani Insurance Group
We founded Catalano & Steffani Insurance Group with the understanding that customers deserve more than just the best rates. They deserve to feel knowledgeable and comfortable with the service they’re receiving, and that’s exactly what you can count on with us.
With more than 20 years of combined experience in the industry, we proudly serve both personal and commercial insurance lines to the residents of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Choose from Auto, Home, Life, Umbrella, Rental, Commercial and more. We also represent a variety of top-rated companies (A.M. Best rating of A or better.)
No matter which type of insurance you need, you’ll know what you’re getting from the start so you can feel safe, secure and in control. This personal service and education is what helps us develop strong relationships with our clients, and we look forward to creating one with you. Give us a call or visit our office—we’re excited to meet the people we serve.
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