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Wednesday, March 15, 2017Are you, or is your business a member of the Mentor Chamber of Commerce? How about The Willoughby Western Lake County Chamber of Commerce, or The Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce? Did you know a major insurance company is willing to provide you a discount of 8 to 10% simply by being a member? READ MORE >>
Thursday, March 21, 2013Even the most careful drivers can be involved in an unexpected auto accident. Unfortunately, most of us will be involved in an auto accident at some point in our lifetime. Even if you aren’t hurt, damage control after the fact is key. Stay At the Scene of the Accident READ MORE >>
Thursday, February 14, 2013Just like people should have insurance, businesses should also be insured against various risks facing their operations. Various insurance options exist to cover almost any sort of risk a business may face. It is also useful to note that providers charge different prices for each policy READ MORE >>
Friday, January 18, 2013If you've just upgraded from a used car to a new one, you may have discovered that your insurance premium is be a bit higher than it used to be. Having certain exclusions in your policy can lower your premium, but also having good credit and a good driving record can further reduce your premium. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, November 13, 2012Customer Service Agent, Sabrina Stanley, has recently earned the designation of CISR (Certified Insurance Service Representative). This designation is offered by The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research, a leading source of knowledge for insurance and risk management professionals of every experience level. READ MORE >>
Friday, November 9, 2012We all know the importance of business insurance. Many people, however, seem to think that those engaged in contractual businesses do not need to insure their services or products. After all, what can go wrong in six months? Many things can go wrong with a business, whether you are in a one-day contract or a two-year contract. READ MORE >>