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  • Sudden and Accidental

      We will often receive phone calls from clients who have discovered some sort of damage to their home or business and they want to know if the loss is covered by their insurance. In general, the answer is “it depends”. One of the primary conditions that are found in most covered losses is that […]

    April 4, 2013

  • Does my auto insurance cover my rented vehicle?

    I often am asked whether someone’s auto policy covers them when they rent a vehicle while out of town on vacation or for business. The answer to this question is yes. And no.  Typically your auto insurance policy will provide coverage for any vehicle that you are using as a replacement for the vehicle you […]

    January 22, 2013

  • Health Care Reform in Washington State

    The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that was passed in 2009 has created uncertainty for many. The Act created a number of significant changes to the way that individuals and businesses will acquire health insurance beginning in 2014. A number of the changes mandated by the Act have already been implemented. Some of these […]

    December 31, 2012

  • Why Renters Insurance?

    Renter’s insurance is one of the last things most renters think about when faced with moving. However, you really should consider it. Many people incorrectly assume that their landlord’s insurance policy will cover their belongings in the event of a loss. It will not. Fire, theft, windstorms, roof and plumbing leaks and many other occurrences […]

    December 12, 2012