Our agents and customer service representatives specialize in various lines and claims to make certain we provide top service to meet every client's needs. Read More
Covering your business, your car, your home… and you.
From a small company creating its first employee benefits program to a large firm with hundreds of employees, we bring an expertise in risk assessment and knowledge of the best options. Read More
The options for individual coverage are so plentiful, diverse, and ever-changing that it is essential to have a knowledgeable, experienced guide to develop a plan that meets your needs. Read More
When you add an employer-sponsored retirement plan to your employee benefits package, you are adding a valuable asset for attracting and retaining employees. Read More
About the Agency
Anticipating risk and providing protection against it is challenging in today’s volatile climate. While there will always be many options for businesses and individuals to mitigate risk with insurance solutions, nothing can replace having a trusted advocate who can guide you through the options and help you find what is right for your situation.
“There are so many good things to say about Summit Insurance Services/Kelly Insurance that it is hard to focus on just one, or even just a few. Since taking over as my company's broker, they have improved the quality of the insurance for my company and employees, while containing and, in some cases, reducing cost. What Summit/Kelly provides should stand as a model to all companies for how they should treat their customers. “
~ Dawn Legere, PD Systems
The EEOC has the authority to investigate charges of discrimination filed against employers who have a statutory minimum number of employees. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1964 to eradicate discrimination in employment. … Continue reading article
OSHA’s Anti-retaliation Requirements Come Into Force on Nov. 1 Earlier this year, OSHA issued a final rule that will require some employers to electronically submit data from their injury and illness records to OSHA, so they can then be posted on the agency’s website. Although OSHA hopes that the … Continue reading article