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Cumberland Valley Insurance - Hagerstown, Maryland

Serving The Greater Tri-State Area of Maryland, Pennsylvania, & West Virginia

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice

We are open for business Monday through Friday, 9am – 5pm. We will continue to serve all of your insurance needs. Due to current Maryland sanctions we are not able to meet with clients in person. Most of our operations can easily be conducted on line or over the phone.


  • Claims and policy changes can be made by calling our office at 301-797-6480
  • Payments can be made online using a credit/debit card or checking account at or by calling Erie directly at 1-800-458-0811.
  • Payments for Progressive can be made online at or by calling Progressive directly at 1-800-876-5581.
  • For all other carriers please call our office at:  301-797-6480
  • Payments can also be mailed to our office at:

PO Box 446

Maugansville, MD 21767-0446

As always please feel free to call our office to speak with one of our staff at 301-797-6480. It is our hope that this will allow us to continue to provide quality service while following social distancing guidelines released by the CDC.

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