An Inside Look at Roadside Assistance

Posted in: Resources, What’s New

It’s happened to all of us – we step out of the door in the morning, dressed and ready for a great day, we go to start our car’s engine and … nothing – someone left the lights on last night and now the car’s battery is dead.  After a brief moment of panicked rage,

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Vacant Home Insurance: What to Ask About

Posted in: Homeowners Insurance, Resources, What’s New

AN ARTICLE FROM THE FOREMOST BLOG Homes become vacant for many reasons. Maybe your home is for sale but you haven’t found a buyer yet. Or you’ve purchased a new home but won’t move in for a while. It could be a rental property that’s between tenants. Whatever the cause, there are some insurance risks

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FALL SAFETY FOR YOUR PETS

Posted in: Facts & Tips, Resources, What’s New

From household poisons to cold weather hazards, there are so many important safety issues to consider for your pet during the fall. Follow these tips from our partners at Foremost to make sure your furry friends stay healthy and safe!

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What Does Your Long-Term Future Look Like?

Posted in: Long Term Care Insurance, Resources, What’s New

There are approximately 76 million baby boomers currently living in our country.  Studies show that 52-70% of them will require long-term medical care due to a chronic illness, injury, disability, or age-related issues. Medicare and most private health plans do not pay for a majority of the services provided in long-term care.  If you have assets to protect and want to manage your options for your own care, you...

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Shopping Is Always a Good Idea – Why You Should Choose an Independent Insurance Agent

Posted in: Resources, What’s New

When it comes to purchasing insurance for your car(s), home, business, or even life, it is always a good idea to shop around.  Insurance is a competitive industry and you may be bombarded with advertisements offering to save you an average of $436 per year with one company; or faster, easier online service with another.

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