The Agent Blog
Mar 29, 2017, 7:50 PM
Your home probably didn’t suffer as much from snow this year as it did from wind, but here are a few things to think about as we get into warmer weather.
Mar 27, 2017, 7:52 PM
The summer vacation season is quickly approaching, complete with family vacations and potential car rentals. The last thing most people want to face when renting a car, is the salesperson at the counter asking if you want to buy "their" insurance (also called the damage waiver. When you rent a car, it can be hard to know if you need rental insurance coverage. For some drivers it's a necessity, and for others it's a redundant expense.
Mar 22, 2017, 6:30 PM
BOARDMAN March 15, 2017 -- The Agent Insurance Services has been selected for the 2017 Best of Boardman Award in the Insurance Services category by the Boardman Award Program.
Mar 20, 2017, 2:56 PM
We’ve all heard the expression: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” And it’s just as true for disaster preparedness as it is for your personal health. While we can’t prevent weather events—such as tornadoes—from happening, we can prepare in case one strikes.
Mar 14, 2017, 3:17 PM
Thinking about renting out your home on a short term basis? Many people are renting out their home or a room in their home to earn a little extra income or trading living spaces as a way to save money on vacation.
Mar 8, 2017, 3:26 PM
Keep your tax refund out of the wrong hands!
Mar 7, 2017, 4:09 PM
If you’re insuring a classic car under your standard personal auto policy, you’re not alone—it’s a common tactic and unfortunately, you’re doing it wrong. Very often when it comes to a collector or classic car, it’s seems easier to keep all cars in a household on a package policy. But in terms of daily use and overall value, insuring a classic car is drastically different from insuring a standard auto. Here are the top three reasons you should never insure a classic car with a personal auto policy:
Mar 2, 2017, 8:15 PM
I won’t bore you with a lot of facts and figures you probably won’t read anyway, but in 2016 the overall cost of data breach was about $7 million. That’s around $220 for each lost record. How many clients do you have? Multiply that number by $220. Is that a loss you can afford?