Greg Campbell is the owner and president of Campbell Insurance Services. Greg has been a licensed insurance agent since 1976 and started his own agency in 1989. You know that when you trust Campbell Insurance Services with your insurance needs that you are getting an experienced and knowledgable agent working for you. We are an independent agency - we work for our clients, not the insurance company. We are a firm of dedicated insurance professionals committed to providing our clients with caring, personalized, and individual service. We are licensed in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia.

Need Health Insurance?

Open enrollment for 2017 has officially closed. If you have a qualifying event, such as loss of employment-based health insurance, a move, or marriage, you can still enroll in a new policy. If you don't have a qualifying event, you can enroll in a short-term health insurance policy to cover the unexpected illness or injury, though it will not cover pre-existing conditions. Please contact my office if you are interested. Otherwise, you will have to wait until the 2018 open enrollment, which will occur late in the fall of 2018. As before, with the new ACA policies, there are no health questions, no pre-existing conditions, and you cannot be denied coverage.


We can help you get or change your homeowner's and auto insurance policies. Often, we can save you money by bundling your products. Just gather your current insurance paperwork together and give us a call.

We can also help you apply for life, long term care, disability, or a multitude of commercial policies suited to your needs. Just call or click on the Contact Us page and send us an email and we'll start the process.


Qualifying events are as follows: (these apply only outside of Open Enrollment)
• Have a child, adopt a child, or place a child for adoption
• Have a change in income
• Get health coverage through a job or a program like Medicare or Medicaid
• Change your place of residence
• Have a change in disability status
• Gain or lose a dependent
• Have a child
• Experience other changes that may affect your income and household size
• Other changes that may affect eligibility: change in tax filing status; change of citizenship or immigration status; incarceration or release from incarceration; change in status as an American Indian/Alaska Native or tribal status; correction to name, date of birth, or Social Security number.

You can apply for a new health insurance plan either through or outside of an Exchange during an open enrollment period. If you live in DC, then you have to apply through the Exchange. If you are eligible for a subsidy, you have to apply through the Exchange - regardless of where you live. Don't know if you qualify? Click the button in the center above to connect with the Kaiser Family Foundation site that allows you to enter your information and quickly determine if you qualify for a subsidy. If you live in MD or VA, you can apply outside of the Exchange, if you don't qualify for a subsidy. Why would you apply outside of the Exchange? It is quicker, easier, and less problem-prone. The rates are the same. Regardless of where you choose to apply, you should make sure to use your insurance agent, Campbell Insurance Services, to sign up. Not only can I help explain the differences in the policies and your options and help you to apply, but I will also then be able to help you with service issues in the future.

Ready for more? Here are some additional basics you need to know about The Affordable Care Act (ACA) aka Obamacare. The new insurance policies are completely different from what they were in the past, so don't spend all your time trying to figure it out yourself - let us help you! There are now be four health plan categories - Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. READ MORE


Why should you care about long term care when there is so much confusion already just with health care? They're two different products and they each address different aspects of your health and financial futures. LONG TERM CARE CONTINUED