Hi Everyone, I have just returned from a week long tour of South Florida. Unfortunately, the Keys had not be reopened when I was there so I can’t comment on what was happening there. Here is a short list of what I learned: 1.) Have a plan, make whatever preparations you need NOW. Don’t wait … More Things Learned – My Tour of Hurricane Damage
In light of the highly unsettled hurricane season we are posting the claims numbers for many of our insurance companies. In general insurance companies prefer that insureds make the first report directly to them especially when we are dealing with a large number of claims coming in at one time. It helps them to know … More Catastrophe Claim Contact Info
When buying renters or homeowners insurance, it is important to know what your policy ACTUALLY covers. Does it cover flooding? Stolen items? How about a dog bite? You may think all of those things are covered, but it is possible that they aren’t! Most people are generally clueless about what their policy really covers. About … More What About My Dog?
The Fourth of July has come and gone, and unfortunately, the rain did not go with it! Recently, the weather in Georgia has been horrible! There has been so much rain that we didn’t even get a clear holiday on Tuesday. However, that didn’t stop anyone! There were so many events going on around town. … More Oh, The Rain!
This Monday, everyone here at the office decided to go out and get lunch together. Our agent, Patrick, drove us there. About halfway to our destination, we got into a car accident. The result wasn’t pretty, but there is a great take away from this incident. Our blog this week will focus on how to … More What To Do In The Event Of A Car Accident
As an independent agency, we see a number of mistakes being made by people buying car insurance. Since we’re here to get you the best insurance possible and make you a more savvy consumer, our goal is to help you avoid these common pitfalls. Not Shopping Around: When It comes to insurance, it is important that … More 4 Important Car Insurance Mistakes
Rather than having a normal blog post this week, we decided to sit down with our president, Chris Bailey, who has been in the insurance business for over 40 years, to answer some of our most frequently asked questions. Here are his answers: 1. What does renter’s insurance cover? Renter’s insurance covers the contents of … More The Most Common Insurance Questions We See
Drivers can easily be distracted, which can lead to accidents or deaths. In this blog, I want to discuss teen drivers, their habits, and how we can prevent them from potentially ruining their lives and the lives of others. There is a website called DoSomething.org, which promotes multiple campaigns for many causes, as well as … More Teen Driving
As you all may know, an I-85 bridge collapsed on March 30th due to a fire. So far, here’s what we know: This was caused by a fire under the bridge, started by a man named Basil Eleby. He has been charged with first-degree arson, as well as criminal damage to property, and is being … More I-85 Bridge Collapse: What now?
According to USA Today, our roads have become increasingly dangerous due to millennials (click here for source). I believe this is because our rapid advancement with technology. People are constantly checking their phones, especially millennials. They can’t even set it down to safely arrive at their destination. It’s like they are addicted to their phones. … More Millennials Make Our Roads More Dangerous Than Normal