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How can I choose the best insurance company?

It´s true the gecko and cavemen and the lady with boxed insurance products makes it all sound so simple. But is "cute" and "boxed" really the best way to choose an insurance policy? What do the powerhouses in the insurance world know about you, your home, your family, and your needs?

Did you know that the main reason why people pay too much for their insurance policies is simple failure to comparison shop?  When you´re looking to finding the best coverage fit for the best price, you really need to slow down. You already know there are a lot of options available from insurance companies and agents. How can you choose the best one for your needs?

What to look for in an independent insurance agent:

  • •You need, "One agent, many companies". An experienced, equipped agency will have access to a field of companies that they can compare to get you coverage. This allows them to tailor your policy to meet your specific criteria and get the best coverage for best prices.
  • •One of the benefits of an annual renewal is the chance to regularly review your policies to see if they still fit your life. Working with the same agency allows for a consistent relationship that´s aware of your life changes. Kids go to college, family members may be in the military, retirement approaches…and all this can mean adjustments should be made to your insurance package. Certain companies specialize in niche markets; consistently using the same agent can help you in a re-evaluation of your policy and customized adjustments.
  • Look for versatility of shopping options, such as an online buying and quoting system. If you´re a busy person you need to get quotes easily, print payment information, and get your cards from the convenience of your home. Online access makes great insurance service very accessible for busy people with full schedules who still need to devote time and energy to this necessary task.  • Work with someone who makes you feel at ease. The car insurance agent you decide to work with should be someone with the experience and knowledge of someone who truly is an expert and has real experience customizing insurance policies.


Cloverleaf Insurance Agency is one of the Midwest's most progressive insurance agencies. We are a full service agency, representing many different carriers, providing all lines of insurance for your personal needs. We are experienced, knowledgeable, and fully equipped with the convenience you´ve come to expect. Don´t pay more for car and homeowners insurance than is necessary. To get more information or to speak with an agent, visit www.cloverleafins.com or call 1-800-530-5822.

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Jocelyn McDonald said...
My sister just got her first car, and I suggested she get it insured soon. Your article had some great tips for choosing an insurance company my sister could use, and I liked the part where you said to choose someone that will take time to do an annual renewal to see if the the policies you have still fit your life. My sister plans to start a family, so she should keep this in mind when choosing a flexible insurance company. http://www.ambergins.com/Forms/Life.aspx
MONDAY, AUGUST 13 2018 6:09 AM

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