Burns & Cotter Insurance Company
Burns & Cotter, Inc. is a full-service, independent insurance agent and broker founded more than Sixty-Five years ago. We provide a wide range of insurance products from many underwriters. Our various offerings can cover everything from your home to your business, and we will carefully consider every variable in your situation as we craft a policy especially for you.
Having started here in Rhode Island over Sixty-Five years ago, we know the area and the people intimately. Our years of experience providing the best insurance coverage to our clients makes us the best option for you. We make sure that your home, car, business, or boat are properly covered by the best possible insurance solution for your situation.
I am always pleased to know that whenever I call Burns & Cotter an actual person answers the phone. The staff is very knowledgable and helpful. They conduct business the way it's supposed to be, reliable and personable.
I've worked with Deb for over 5 years. Each year she searches for the lowest rates and has my business best interest in mind. She responds in a timely manner and is very thorough with her job.
I have worked with Burns & Cotter for over 10 years for various combinations of home, car and business insurance and couldn't be more pleased. Vivien has always taken great care of me, and it is a pleasure to deal with the entire office.
I have had my insurance policy through this agency for 10+ years -- great service, friendly staff, would highly recommend them!
This past year marked the 60th year that we have been in business. Achieving longevity in any field always means that you have done and are doing something the right way.
If you have a “classic” car, you probably can insure it much less expensively if you purchase a Classic Car of Antique Car policy.
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