Personal Insurance


Basic Liability Coverage 

Wherever you live, you'll need some form of this insurance to legally drive your car. It covers the expenses for others if you are at fault in an accident. Basic liability covers property damage (like fixing another vehicle if you dent it) and medical or other expenses incurred by the other party.
Comprehensive and Collision
If your car is not insured and involved in an accident, you might have to pay to rent a car or cover repairs yourself. Comprehensive and Collision is a much better value because, even if you're not involved in an accident, you can still be protected against theft, fire, vandalism and windshield damage. Want to reduce your monthly payment? Choose a higher deductible.
Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist
You obviously feel responsible for having auto insurance; unfortunately, not everyone does. That's why this coverage is required in many states. Even if it's not required, consider protecting yourself and your family with this policy so you can make sure you get back on the road-and back to work-quickly.
Home. It's your safe haven. It's where you raise your family and create memories that last a lifetime. Whether you're buying insurance for your first home or the high-value home of your dreams, we can help you protect this prized possession with homeowners insurance that fits your priorities and your budget. It is quick and easy to get a quote for homeowners insurance. A homeowners insurance policy can cover damage caused by such perils as fire, windstorms, hail, lightning and vandalism. Typically, damage caused by floods and earthquakes are excluded. Optional coverages and policies may be available to cover damage due to additional perils.

Renters insurance is an affordable way to cover your belongings and protect yourself from unexpected damages and injuries. Renters insurance covers your belongings (furniture, clothes, appliances, electronics, etc.) if they're damaged or stolen. Plus we'll cover injuries that happen at your place, lawsuits/legal fees if someone sues you and even hotel expenses if you need a place to stay. Your landlord's insurance likely only covers the property and not your stuff. But renters insurance covers it all from clothes and furniture to electronics and more. You're reimbursed for what they cost to buy new, not their depreciated value.

The prospect of replacing all your possessions, fixing busted appliances, or paying others' injury bills is pretty daunting. If you own a condo, it helps to have some backup.

Condominiums occupy a special category in real estate, so it's no surprise they have their own unique insurance. Unlike the homeowners association's (HOA) policy, which is already in place when you buy your unit, condo insurance is something you have to buy for yourself. Also known as H06 insurance, a condo policy will work hand-in-hand with your HOA insurance to make sure you're financially protected from loss, damage, theft, and unforeseen expenses.

You can get dependable condo insurance to protect your personal belongings, liability, and much more through our trusted partners. Every policy is designed to offer you affordable coverage and flexible payment options.

If you have loved ones that depend on you, you need life insurance. From choosing between whole and term life insurance to picking the right policy, we’re here to help you every step of the way.

Whether you're enjoying a long summer time ride, or have your bike stored away for the winter, a motorcycle insurance policy can help protect you and your motorcycle. Our friendly agents will answer your questions and explain all of your options.


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