FitzGibbons Agency Insurance has provided the Oswego and Onondaga county communities with quality services for more than 90 years.
In 1922, George FitzGibbons became a licensed insurance agent. His office was at 8 West Bridge Street in Oswego, NY.
Now in its third generation of ownership, broker John FitzGibbons, licensed personal lines agent Emily Lukowski and licensed commercial lines agent Dawn Dashnaw have the same dedication to the communities that they serve and the people who live there. Our team has the experience and expertise to work closely with customers in matters of personal insurance (home, auto, renters, etc.) or commercial insurance (business owners, liability, worker’s compensation, etc.).
Our licensed Agent and Group Health Administrator, Tara FitzGibbons, provides direction and guidance on all facets of group health insurance including guidelines introduced by the Affordable Care Act legislation.
Located in the heart of downtown Oswego, FitzGibbons Agency is a short drive off of route 481. We are confident in our ability to serve your insurance needs.
Any questions? Just ask Fitz!
Posted: May 25, 2023
There are many life events that could leave you without health insurance for a period of time. You may be changing jobs, starting your own business, were laid off, or are going through a divorce and will soon lose access to your soon-to-be former spouse’s medical insurance. In any of these situations, you might want to consider short-term medical insurance to fill in any gaps...
Posted: May 21, 2023
If you have a Medicare Advantage plan, you should be aware of some of the changes made this year, which include expanded coverage. Medicare Advantage plans provide more types of coverage than Original Medicare, which is why many senior adults often opt for these plans. Keep reading to learn more about the changes made to this plan and what it means for the coverage available...
Posted: May 19, 2023
For motor vehicles that are used in business, it is vital to ensure you have commercial vehicle insurance coverage. Personal auto insurance policies are not designed for vehicles that are used for business activities and will refuse to pay for accidents if a vehicle was engaged in business activities. When you have commercial auto insurance, the policy can cover family members performing business duties, employees,...