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Fahey-Leavitt Insurance Agency Expands Commercial Insurance with Leavitt Group

WHEELING, W.Va., Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fahey Insurance Agency, now Fahey-Leavitt Insurance Agency, is pleased to announce their affiliation with the Leavitt Group, which will greatly enhance the agency's commercial insurance products and services.  Fahey-Leavitt Insurance Agency can now offer businesses expanded commercial insurance capabilities, such as access to the top insurance markets in the country as well as the resources of a national insurance brokerage. The agency will continue to exclusively offer personal insurance through Nationwide.

"Not only is this a great opportunity for our agency, it also has tremendous advantages for our commercial policyholders," said Mike Fahey, Fahey-Leavitt Insurance Agency managing principal. "The expanded markets and expertise the Leavitt Group offers will be a huge positive for our policyholders."

Mike Fahey has over 30 years in the insurance business.  Fahey is a seasoned insurance professional and has earned recognition in the insurance industry, such as the Champion Award, Million Dollar Round Table, Presidents Conference Award, and the Nationwide Life Council.

The Leavitt Group is one of the largest privately-held insurance brokerages in the nation and provides clients with greater insurance market access, specialty products, and a wide-range of insurance programs. Clients receive property and casualty insurance, risk management, employee benefits solutions, among other services. Clients also benefit from the consultative approach to risk management found within the culture of each office and the unique flexibility that comes with local, on-the-ground agency owners. For more information about the Leavitt Group, please visit

SOURCE Leavitt Group

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