Since the 1920s, the John L. Vorbach Company has been building relationships with businesses and families across the country and around the world, protecting them from the risks they face on a daily basis and providing guidance and support when it’s needed.
We take a unique approach to insurance:
You’ll get more than just a policy. We understand that a big claim can be devastating to a business or family. That’s why we walk you through the insurance process, educate you about current and emerging risks, help you understand how to prevent them, and work with you to make smart decisions about your coverage.
We approach things from your perspective. We make it our job to get to know you, understand your business or your lifestyle and the unique risks you face. If you’re from overseas and just starting a business here in the U.S., you may face more sophisticated risks than you did in your native country. As a successful individual or business owner, you’re also more likely to face a variety of complex risks. That’s why we are serious about making sure you have the coverage you need, when you need it.
You’ll never hear, “I think that’s covered.” We believe your protection is too important for guesswork. That’s why we help you set up the right protection from the start, and give you accurate, definitive answers to your questions — not “probably” or “maybe.”
We hold ourselves to the highest standards
Just like the premium insurance companies we deal with, our team is held to the highest standards of honesty, integrity, and confidentiality. We work hard to earn the respect and trust of our clients – and keep it generation after generation.
Professional certifications and memberships include:
- Society of Certified Insurance Counselors
- Management Liability Insurance Specialists
- Certified Risk Managers
- Certified Insurance Service Representatives
- Professional Liability Underwriting Society
- Independent Agents & Brokers of New York
- New York Biotechnology Association
- Professional Insurance Agents
All of our associates attend a minimum of 20 hours of continuing education per year (and often much more) to keep their skills sharp and stay abreast of industry trends.