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We offer insurance in Jacksonville, AL for all your personal needs, including auto insurance, boat insurance, homeowners, and disability insurance. We also have years of experience serving the business needs of owners just like you. Various coverage’s include business auto, general liability, workers compensation, commercial property, and contractor equipment insurance.
Call us today (256) 312-8862 for a complimentary quote. As an independent Jacksonville, AL insurance agency, we have over 30 different A-rated companies working to find you the best fit, at the best price.
Aligned Insurance’s mission is to protect the assets of our Jacksonville, AL clients through thoughtful risk analysis and informed coverage recommendations. We provide accurate and immediate service to build trustworthy and long-lasting relationships with clients, carriers, and coworkers. Protection is our purpose.
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About Jacksonville, Alabama
Jacksonville, AL is a city in Calhoun County, Alabama, United States. As of the 2010 census the population was 12,548, which is a 49% increase since 2000. It is included in the Anniston-Oxford Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city is home to Jacksonville State University, which is a center of commerce and one of the largest employers in the area.
Jacksonville was founded in 1833 on land purchased from Creek Indian Chief “Du-Hoag” Ladiga. First called Drayton, the town was renamed to honor President Andrew Jackson in 1834. There are a couple Civil War monuments in town, including a statue of Major John Pelham in the city cemetery and a statue of a Confederate soldier in the middle of the square. Jacksonville served as the county seat for Calhoun County until the 20th century when it moved to Anniston. Jacksonville State University was founded here in 1883.
An EF3 tornado hit Jacksonville on March 19, 2018, causing extensive damage to the city and Jacksonville State University, almost $42 million in damages. The relatively low number of casualties, specifically just four injuries, was attributed by some to the fact that the university was on spring break at the time. More than 1,000 volunteers assisted in the immediate tornado relief.