Since 1893 We Were There When Our Customers Faced the Unexpected.

Henderson Brothers has gone to heroic lengths to provide our customers with peace of mind. Because you can't expect what tomorrow may bring. That's why you have us.

EST. 1893
Products & Services
Henderson Brothers offers services in personal, commercial and employee benefits. From auto, homeowners and flood insurance to protection of your business and your employees, we are a comprehensive company that cares about reliability and the expedience and monitoring of claims.

Commercial Lines

Comprehensive insurance coverage for your business or corporation, big or small.

Commercial Lines

Personal Lines

Insurance coverage for individuals and families in all stages of life.

Personal Lines

Employee Benefits

Competitive benefits packages and financial planning services for your employees.

Employee Benefits

Retirement

Corporate retirement plans and wealth management for individuals.

Retirement

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The EEOC Officially Removes Wellness Plan Incentive Rules

Tuesday, January 22, 2019 Compliance Alert Employee Benefits EEOC Employee Benefits healthcare
In late December 2017, the judge in the AARP vs. EEOC case ordered that the wellness plan incentive rules contained in the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) regulations to be vacated beginning January 1, 2019. The EEOC had an opportunity...

Evaluating the Impact of Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Rates

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 Commercial Lines Expert Tips Industry Insights Pennsylvania White Paper Workers' Compensation
On January 1, The Pennsylvania Insurance Department approved a new workers compensation rate filing which reduced rates an average of 10%. This unusual mid-year rate change was the result of two independent circumstances. The first was an erroneous company report...