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Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage, Inc.


Established in 1879,  Starkweather & Shepley (S&S), is presently the largest independent agency in Rhode Island and the sixty-first largest insurance brokerage firm in the United States.

Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage, Inc. has been held in trust since 1935. This assures the agency will remain independent and privately held in perpetuity, providing certainty to clients and associates alike. The firm provides commercial insurance specifically tailored to more than specialty practice groups, as well as general business insurance, personal insurance, health and employee benefits, surety bonding, TPA claims handling and other risk management services.

These services are provided nationally and internationally, through its partnership with Assurex Global. S&S is a six-time recipient of the Best Places to Work in Rhode Island award by Providence Business News, named one of the fastest growing and innovative companies, and recognized as an elite agency by Insurance Business America Magazine.

Collectively and collaboratively, S&S strives to be innovative and forward thinking for the benefit and growth of all of their valued associates and clients. Approaching 140 years “young,” S&S also has a very strong commitment to the community by supporting local charities and encouraging community involvement as one of their core values.

Headquartered in East Providence, RI, Starkweather has additional branch offices in Westerly; Bristol and Shelton, Connecticut; Westwood, Sturbridge, Sagamore Beach and Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts; Palm Beach Gardens and Ft. Myers, Florida.

Exceptional experiences = exceptional results.

Pictured: team members of commercial lines , surety/bond services, personal lines/private client group, claims management, human resources, accounting, administration, employee benefits, marketing and communications.

60 Catamore Blvd., East Providence, 401-435-3600, Starshep.com, #StarkweatherDifference