Correll Insurance Group is committed to the health and safety of our associates and clients as we face these uncertain times with the spread of COVID-19. Our offices are open for business, but please keep in mind that we can always be reached via telephone or email. If you need to make an insurance payment, please consider either paying online or mailing a payment. We believe that social distancing is just another vital tool in preventing the spread of this virus. We are committed to protecting what matters most in our communities.
The employees in our Gaffney, SC office have a long tenure with our company. What does this mean to you? It means that when you call with a question or with an emergency claim situation, you’ll talk to someone you know, who lives in your community. It also means that our team has the stability and knowledge to handle your insurance needs.
With Correll Insurance Group, you will never get stuck in an automated answering system or frustrated by a customer service agent located in another country. Instead, you will always be welcomed with a warm smile, a kind voice, and a neighbor’s empathy. We truly believe that we are your neighbors, and we’re here to help in good times and in bad. You won’t find that kind of personalized service and care with many of our Internet-based car insurance competitors.
Our office believes in supporting the community through many volunteer activities. When we’re not helping clients with auto insurance or home insurance, our employees serve on many local agency boards and committees, including the Salvation Army, the Appalachian Council of Governments, the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club, Gaffney Little Theatre, and Crime Stoppers Board. We’re also involved with several churches in the county.
Like you, we enjoy living and working in Gaffney, SC and Cherokee County. Our wonderful community offers the best leisure activities, bar none, and the people are even better!
The Gaffney office of Correll Insurance Group has served the Cherokee County community since the 1970s.