It’s The Gallagher Way.

The Gallagher Way is more than just placing coverage and selecting a plan. It is the code by which we live. Providing you with insurance, risk management and consulting to go beyond your business goals.

Every day, our clients face massive challenges across a range of issues. Gallagher's advisors understand your business and how hard you work to deliver on your promises. We're your global partner in achieving your goals. And that only begins to describe the shared values, corporate culture and passion for excellence that define The Gallagher Way of doing business. Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. - the only insurance broker on the Ethisphere Institute's list of the World's Most Ethical Companies. 

A message from our CEO

We’re committed to recommending what is in the client’s best interests—not ours—and to delivering on our promises. In fact, Gallagher’s commitment to doing the right thing has led to our recognition as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Pat Gallagher, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

News & Events

A Partnership Driven by Trust and Accountability

We recently sat down with Richard Freeman of Elite Motorsports in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, to discuss how Gallagher has helped them address the challenges of owning a multifaceted small business. Read on for insight into the reciprocal relationship we share as both their insurance broker and the sponsor of their racing program with two-time champion, Erica Enders.

Peace of mind on a debris-filled road

He’s a second-generation driver who’s won back-to-back championships in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and secured over 240 top-10 finishes. Matt Crafton, like many NASCAR drivers, has parlayed his success into the American dream: home ownership, multiple cars, and expensive “toys” to play with. His success on the track and support from long-time sponsor, Menards, are what all drivers strive for in their careers.

Chilton aiming to do more than just lead Indy 500

Max Chilton learned a lot from leading last year’s Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil. He was out front for a race-high 50 laps and still in first in the late stages before being passed seven laps from the finish. After finishing fourth for Chip Ganassi Racing, his best Verizon IndyCar Series result in two seasons, what happened next resonated as much as anything.