About Us

Established in 1928, Henry D. Young, Inc. is a Salem County based independent insurance firm dedicated to providing you quality personal and commercial insurance programs. Located in Salem, New Jersey, we are conveniently located and available to serve the personal, commercial, life and health insurance needs of families and businesses in New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania.

As an Independent Insurance Agency, we represent a carefully selected group of financially healthy, reputable insurance companies. This enables us to offer you the best protection tailored to your needs at a competitive price. Our office provides state-of-the art computer technology for communication, rate comparisons, and record keeping.

Service to our customers is our most important priority and our professional staff is available to address all of your insurance concerns. Remember, we do not work for an insurance company – we work for you. We work on your side when you have a loss and follow through to see that you get fair, prompt payment and service.

We were voted Best Insurance Agency in Salem County and are specialists in many types of insurance coverages, including: Auto, Home, Renters, Condo Owners, Flood, Umbrella, Businessowners, Contractors, Restaurants, Garage Owners, Workers Compensation, Bonds, Motorcycle, Boat, Recreational Vehicles, Classic and Antique Auto, Life and Health.

Give us a call today for a free, no obligation review of your current policies and programs so that we can help you determine the types of coverage available that are best for you.

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