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Sudbury, MA | auto, home, life & business insurance

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If you live, work, or own a business in Sudbury, Murphy Insurance is big enough to handle all your insurance needs while providing you with the personal attention you deserve. We're an independent insurance agent that serves the Sudbury community with nearby offices in Marlborough and Hudson. Our team of professionals is easy to work with by phone and by email, so you don't have to visit one of our six locations for us to assist you. We represent many different insurance companies and do the work for you comparing options to get you great coverage at a great price.

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You might be surprised at what we find during a policy and coverage review. The most expensive insurance policy is one that doesn't provide you with proper protection when you have a claim. Let us review your policies to maximize your protection in ways that fit your budget. Call our nearest office to compare and discuss savings opportunities. 

Murphy Insurance Agency - Hudson
50 Main Street Hudson MA 01749
978 568 8711  978 567 6436
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Murphy Insurance Agency - Marlborough
200 Main Street  Marlborough MA 01752
508 485 8211  508 485 4557
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Sudbury MA Insurance

Insurance Sudbury MA Auto Home Business Life
incorporated 1683
sq. miles 17.31
population 6,590
% male 49.2%
% female 50.8%
housing units 2,526
median home value                 $437,500
median gross rent $1,468
median HH income $115,714
  * source 2010 US Census  


Sudbury is a town located in the Boston Metrowest area...a mere 20 miles west of Boston. With Routes 117 & 20 running through the town, its geographic location makes it residents providing easy access to Massachusetts metropolitan areas. The town is rich in colonial history and emphasizes preserving land and maintaining its rural character through strict bylaws. One of Sudbury's main historic landmarks is The Wayside Inn, which was bought and restored by Henry Ford in 1923 as well as additional developments in the area of the Grist Mill, Martha-Mary Chapel and the 'Mary Had a Little Lamb' Redstone Schoolhouse.  The public high school is Lincoln-Sudbury High School, which boasts numerous accolades annually for the schools academics and athletic achievement.

attractions: Longfellow's Wayside InnOld Grist Mill Museum
local area chamber: Sudbury Chamber of Commerce 
local newspaper(s): The Sudbury Town Crier
library: Goodnow Library
fire: 978 443 2239  web page
police: 978 443 1042  web page
tax collector: 978 639 3376  web page
town website: www.sudbury.ma.us