Making life simpler for less
Chances are, you’re searching for auto and home insurance that delivers a mix of smart coverage and good value. That’s exactly what you will get with us. In fact, we offer some of the most competitive rates you’ll find anywhere – and you’ll never pay a broker’s fee.
Experience that counts
People insure what’s most essential in their lives. We understand that, which is why our years of experience in providing auto and home insurance, handling claims and working with customers helps to ensure the superior service you’ll always receive from us.
A history of helping
For more than 40 years, we’ve given hundreds of thousands of people the peace of mind that comes with our protection. We’d like to do the same for you.
We Take the Scary Out of Insurance.
Download Our Free Accident Guide
Download, print and put this handy reference guide in your car in case of an accident. During stressful situations, our checklist can help you ask the right questions, say the right things, and get all the information you need.
Since daylight savings time has ended, motorists will be spending more time driving on the road in darkness, and yet many are unaware of the special hazards night driving presents, or don’t know effective ways to deal with them. It’s no surprise that the night driving accident rate is roughly three times that of daylight…Read More
Did you know that November is Child Safety and Protection Month? It was created to raise awareness about the potential dangers each and every day. Statistics from the CDC & Prevention Child Injury Report are a sobering reminder of the importance of this issue. It found that an estimated 9.2 million children annually had an…Read More
The Fall season is here for us to enjoy the cooler temps, tasty food, giving thanks and of course pumpkin everything! Here are some of our favorite Fall traditions and activities to make the most of the season: Apple Picking Apple picking is a day to get out into nature and explore orchards and pick…Read More
Fire Prevention Week was established in 1925 to help educate the public on fire safety, and it is still observed every year during the week of October 9. While no one expects to have a fire in their home, the reality is that fire departments in the United States respond to a fire call every…Read More