What should I do if I am in a car accident?
Your safety and the safety of others involved in the accident is the number one priority. Check to make sure that everyone involved is uninjured. If there is any doubt in your mind, call 911. The next step is to call the police. While waiting for the police to arrive, it is best to trade insurance information with other party(s) involved in the accident (i.e. name, license plate number and insurance information). The police will take this information when they arrive but it is a good idea to get it just in case. Call your insurance agent and report the accident to them. They will guide you through the rest of the process.
What cars are stolen most frequently?
In 2011, these were the most common stolen vehicles: Cadillac Escalade, Ford F-250 4-WD, Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Ford F-450 4-WD, GMC Sierra 1500, Chrysler 300, Ford F-350 4-WD, Chevrolet Avalanche, GMC Yukon and Chrysler 300 HEMI. Call us to find out why these vehicles are often targeted.
How do I know if I am dealing with a reputable insurance agent?
A good agent will always give you options, they will explain all of the paperwork clearly, they will freely offer you all available discounts, they will have your best interests in mind and they will work with you to keep your deductibles and coverage at realistic levels.
Do all companies offer the same coverage and discounts?
No. Not all companies offer loan/lease payoff coverage, student discounts, safe driving discounts, deductible rewards, etc. Contact us for a complete analysis of your insurance needs.