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On any given day, we receive about a half dozen phone calls asking why their auto insurance renewal premium went up again. Though this is very frustrating to us all (and that includes me because I don’t receive a magical special deal just because I am an insurance agent), there are actually legitimate reasons for consecutive rate increases. READ MORE >>

              A number of years ago, I had the dubious honor of taking my dad’s car keys away from him and turning his car back in to the leasing company. At the age of only 72, he was having health issues which affected his ability to drive and he started hitting things. READ MORE >>

Liability claims are very costly, especially in a sue-happy state like California. It is important to have sufficient liability coverage on your property insurance in case somebody gets injured on your property. This is vital on home owner’s policies but extremely important on renter’s insurance policies as well. READ MORE >>

The simple answer is yes, you can insure your salvaged vehicle but there are restrictions.             Before we talk about the restrictions, what is a salvaged vehicle? Let’s say you are involved in an auto accident in your beloved 2015 Toyota Corolla. READ MORE >>

While deductibles on auto policies are usually $250, $500, or $1,000, deductibles on homeowner’s policies are usually $1,000 or even $2,500. On the surface, this just doesn’t seem right. Or is it? Let me explain. READ MORE >>

Believe it or not, you have choices in the amount of insurance you purchase and how high you are willing to go when choosing your deductibles. But before you can do this, how do deductibles work and what is best for you? Your deductible is how much you must pay before the insurance company starts paying for a covered loss. READ MORE >>

By Ken May Everybody knows that insurance costs money. Just like going to the grocery store, you buy items that you need or want and pay a price. It’s the same on an insurance policy except that they call it a premium instead of a price. I’m not sure why. It may be because a fancier name enables them to charge more (lol). READ MORE >>

By Kim Stankiewicz I loathe the car buying process at a dealership from sales to financing.  You know the drill…spend way too much time waiting while the salesperson gets you the “best deal” from the manager.  Then you finally agree on a price and get whisked into the finance office. READ MORE >>

 By Kim Stankiewicz   A couple weekends ago I drove to Temecula on a Sunday for business.  You’re probably thinking what kind of “business” is there in Temecula on a Sunday.  Yes, I was at a winery and yes I did enjoy a tasting but I was there because of an important relationship. READ MORE >>

By Ken May The basic rule when this happens is that the insurance policy of the property that was damaged pays for the loss. For example, your neighbor’s tree falls over and damages your house. In this case, your homeowners insurance would pay for the loss. READ MORE >>

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