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Thursday, July 6th, 2017

Autonomous vehicles predicted to radically shrink auto insurance sector

Self DrivingAutonomous vehicle technology could shrink the auto insurance sector by 71% or $137 billion by 2050, according to new research by KPMG, titled The Chaotic Middle: The Autonomous Vehicle and Disruption in Automobile Insurance.

KPMG has extended its actuarial model by 10 years to 2050, finding that the pace of change has accelerated, pushing projections that illustrate greater declines to the insurance sector than KPMG's previous 2015 study. It also shows an increasing need for new types of insurance products.

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Friday, June 16th, 2017

Surviving Seasonal Allergies

PollenIf you’re one of the millions who suffer from seasonal allergies, you know how annoying and downright miserable they can make you feel. Allergies can dampen your mood and make even the most enjoyable activities hard to get through.

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Monday, June 12th, 2017

Are you ready for the tick invasion? Here's what you need to know.

TickIt's been reported in the news that the 2017 tick season is going to be worse than usual. If you're wondering why they're anticipating such a bad season, there's some supporting evidence.

This year, our Midwest winter was on the mild side. While this led to less shoveling and warmer temperatures, it also allowed ticks to thrive and emerge earlier than they typically do. Mice are often hosts for ticks and because there's a shortage, ticks are looking for other species to prey on ... humans and pets!

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Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

Confused by Insurance? Who's to blame?

Road SignsI went to the doctor recently for a visit. I didn't really want to go since it was a non-emergency, elective situation. If I could just self-diagnose and fix any potential issues, I could avoid the scary proposition of maybe being told something bad and expensive was at hand. But, I had to take the chance. Professional experience and knowledge was needed.

In the end, there was nothing imminent or severely problematic diagnosed. It still was not a great experience. The people were nice, but no one could tell me the price of anything. I was given options, but how can I decide to fix a problem if I don’t have the information needed? I also struggled with understanding foreign phrases and jargon. In the end, I was more lost than helped.

Ever feel this same way when dealing with insurance?

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Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

Tips to keep you safe Memorial Day through Labor Day

BBQMemorial Day marks the unofficial start to summer. The school year is winding down and vacation plans are being made. Sunny days and warm weather allow us to spend quality time with family and friends. Here's a collection of safety tips that can help you, your family, pets, and others enjoy the summer season.

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Monday, May 22nd, 2017

What to carry in your roadside emergency kit

Flat TireA roadside emergency can happen at any time, whether your car is new or old. A range of problems can cause it, from a tire failure or mechanical breakdown to running out of fuel. At best, it's an annoyance; at worst, it can compromise your safety. Being prepared with a basic emergency kit can increase your safety, reduce stress, and help you get back on the road faster.

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Friday, May 12th, 2017

What To Do If You're Driving and Encounter a Flash Flood

floodFlash floods are common in many parts of the country and should not be taken lightly. If you get stuck in a vehicle during a flood, keep your cool and follow these steps.

The number one rule when you encounter any water crossing the road is to turn around. It might look like a little bit of water that'd be easy to ford, but underestimating the depth of the water and strength of the current has cost many people their lives. According to the American Red Cross, most cars are swept away by less than two feet of water.

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We are an independent agency providing for all your insurance needs in one place. Our personnel brings over 84 years of combined experience to help you improve your insurance situations and fulfill your needs.
We are a member of the PROES Business Group. This association is a family of companies providing multiple avenues to make your life better. It brings business partners with the right background, experience and expertise to help you with your needs.
Each agent, servicing representative and owner’s philosophy is to combine quality, price, experience and service in every facet of your insurance purchasing experience. We strive to build long term relationships by meeting the needs of our clients.
The various backgrounds of our people help assure we can relate to your situation. Our goal is to help you have the right coverage, at the right price and be satisfied at the most important time – when you have a claim. We understand you are not buying insurance: you are buying piece of mind to protect yourself, your business and your family.