We are not out to reinvent the wheel, but as independent agents our goal is to inform as part of the service we provide you. The goal of our blog will be to post monthly insurance related information with a bit of humor sprinkled in from time to time. Like anything worthwhile, a good foundation is required to have ultimate success, check back monthly for new content, and check out all the material on our website.
If you've ever lost your wallet, you know how frustrating it can be. This informative video can help speed recovery after losing so much personal information.Read More
Current events pertaining to insurance
There is a lot of information in this message, but please find the time to read to the end as the information is very important.Read More
In the event of a fire, every second counts. In less than 30 seconds, a small flame can get completely out of control and turn into a major fire. It takes only minutes for a house to fill with black smoke and become engulfed in flames...Read More
Insurance Basics - Umbrella
Who Needs an Umbrella Liability Policy? You do! Contrary to popular belief, umbrella liability policies are not just for the wealthy. A $1 million umbrella policy typically costs less than $300 annually.Read More
We've got gas!
As we are all painfully aware. gasoline prices have soared across the country, causing many motorists to feel the pinch as they fill up their vehicles. At the time of writing the average price per gallon of gas in California is $5.86!Read More
Insurance Basics - Personal Property
It’s great to have insurance against damage and loss, but if you can’t show proof of your possessions, it may result in a protracted settlement process with your insurance company.Read More
Insurance Basics - An Overview of Renter’s Insurance
Renters sometimes overlook insurance, the destruction or loss of your personal belongings should not be overlooked. But, that’s not the only risk renters need to worry about.Read More
Insurance Basics - How Deductibles Work
An insurance deductible is the amount you, the insured, must pay before any claim will be paid by your insurance carrier. Depending upon the type of insurance you have, your policy may set the amount of deductible, or you may have the...Read More
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