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Livengood Agency Insurance - Cumberland, Maryland

Auto/Car Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, and Business/Commercial Insurance For Cumberland and All of Maryland, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania

The Livengood Agency (formerly Livengood Insurance) in Cumberland, Maryland is who you need to call for all your insurance needs. We can insure your auto, home, boat, motorcycle, business or provide life insurance.

We have been a family owned and operated insurance agency since 1959 and our agents have over 65 years of combined experience. We pride ourselves on professional, personalized service and providing the honesty and trust you need when making insurance decisions.

Protect what matters most. Get superior insurance policies at competitive rates from the Livengood Agency in Cumberland, Maryland. We provide insurance through the Erie Insurance Group as well as several other companies.

We have a long legacy of superior customer service and great rates. We treasure the relationships we have developed over the years with our clients, and we work hard to make sure they are taken care of in the event of a loss.

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