Being involved in an auto accident is stressful enough without one party being an uninsured driver! Regardless of who is at fault gathering photos, exchanging information and drafting a recap of the event is a lot to deal with even if no one was injured. Now consider, you go to exchange information and the other […]
Why Use an Independent Insurance Agent?
Why should use an insurance agent for your Home, Auto, Umbrella and Life Insurance? I would start with, why wouldn’t you use an insurance agent to help you shop, purchase, maintain, and navigate through purchasing your Home, Auto, Umbrella and Life insurance? Just that sentence sounded like a lot of work! What does an insurance […]
Why are Home and Auto Insurance Rates Going up in 2023?
The world is constantly changing and it’s possible your home and auto insurance rates could be affected in 2023. Predictions for Home and Auto Insurance Rates in 2023 Homeowner Insurance Due to an increase in claims over the last few years, we are seeing increases in the cost of homeowners’ insurance. Claims from Wildfire, Hurricane, […]
Buying an RV
Ah, you’re buying an rv. There is such beauty in RV’ing! You get to have a different view outside your bedroom window every day (if you like). Wake up to the sounds of mountain streams or crashing waves, birdsong or trees swaying in the wind. Discover wildlife, explore nature, or simply sit in the sunshine. […]
Buying a High Value Item
Learn how to protect yourself and your family before it’s too late. Read through our buying a high value item insurance tips. Get your free insurance quote. Buying a High Value Item Such As: Jewelry, Watches, Furs, Guns, etc. She’ll love it. Of course, she will. And, of course, she’ll say yes…You’ve talked about getting […]
Buying A Boat
Buying a boat? Congratulations! There isn’t much that beats spending time on the water, with the wind in your hair, the sun on your face, and maybe a good-sized fish on your hook. (All right, we admit it; it could be cold water running down your back, waves sloshing over the edge and empty nets…. […]