DIB Insurance Brokers

DIB provides a wide range of insurance services, including commercial, construction insurance, employee benefits and risk-management programs.

Our goal is to protect you, your company and future owners. We take a multi-leveled approach to determine risk and design programs to meet your risk management and insurance needs, all while obtaining the most competitive rates in the marketplace.

As your broker, DIB believes in building long-term relationships where the client always comes first. DIB works directly with a number of top-rated national carriers and wholesale partners to deliver the best coverage and pricing.

Why we are different

  • Relentless focus on the needs of our clients
  • Straight talk – Superior service
  • Coverage for any & all risks


What sets us apart from other brokers is simple. Combine reasoned thinking when analyzing and reviewing risk with sound creative recommendations to not just meet, but exceed clients’ requirements. This thorough approach enables our clients to understand their total cost of risk and add value to the bottom line.

Angelo DiMatteo – Principal

Angelo DiMatteo’s deep experience in the insurance industry has one constant – His focus has never waivered when it comes to addressing the needs of his clients. Dedicated to meeting client expectations with informed honest advice and world-class service. Licensed in multiple states in property & casualty and a producer in life and health coverage. 

  • Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist (CLCS)
  • Construction Risk Insurance Specialist (CRIS)
  • OSHA 10-qualified
  • Certified Workers’ Compensation Advisor (CWCA)
Member of the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (NAPIA) and active member of Connecticut Construction Industries Association (CCIA).
About our background photo
Some jobs require precision and dedication. September 20, 1932, high above 41st Street in Manhattan, 11 ironworkers ate lunch on a steel beam, their feet dangling 850 feet above the city’s streets. The men were accustomed to walking along the girders of the RCA building (now called the GE building) they were constructing in Rockefeller Center. On this particular day, the project near completion, they posed for a photo.