Jacobson, Goldfarb & Scott Inc. (JGS Insurance) is celebrating its 100-year milestone.
JGS Insurance, which provides business and personal insurance, was established in 1919 as a privately-owned independent agency and real estate firm by Isadore “Izzy” Jacobson and Morris Goldfarb from Perth Amboy.
Today, the two principal owners, Kenneth Hager and Vincent Hager, represent in excess of 40 both national and regional carriers. JGS ranks among the largest independently-owned agencies in New Jersey and is licensed in all 50 states. The company is based out of the Bell Works campus in Holmdel and operates 23,500 square feet of space with offices in Florida, Maryland and Connecticut.
As part of its growth strategy, JGS plans to expand into other markets and continue to serve industries such as construction, habitational, health and human services, manufacturing and distribution, real estate, and staffing.
“It is humbling to reflect on our 100-year history and how the company has evolved over the last century,” JGS Insurance Chief Operating Officer Kenneth Hager said. “Today, building on the momentum of our legacy, we’re looking forward to the next 100 years and how JGS Insurance will evolve to meet the needs of future generations.”
Since its inception, JGS Insurance has continuously evolved to deliver the most innovative products and services based on the needs of customers. The business has transformed, integrating state-of-the-art technology that automates a broad range of workflow and communication processes, thus improving the overall agent and customer experience.
“JGS Insurance is extremely proud to celebrate this milestone and is committed to another 100 years of serving the insurance industry,” said Vincent Hager, president of JGS Insurance. “We represent a carefully selected group of financially-sound and reputable insurance companies determined to exceed customer expectations. Our vision is fueled by ensuring that you are receiving the most comprehensive insurance products in terms of coverage, cost, and service for an insurable future.”