Category: Infographics


  • Rental Car Insurance: Do You Really Need It?

    It’s the end of a long day of travel and you’re standing at the car rental counter, filling out paperwork, your mind already sipping a cocktail next to the pool. When you reach the part of the contract that offers insurance, you feel like you remember a friend telling you it’s not necessary…but you’re not […]

    January 30, 2018

  • Make Windstorms A Breeze

    What a windy, stormy week it’s been! Wind presents a variety of challenges and dangers beyond just putting the ferries behind schedule. Learn what you can do to make winter windstorms easy breezy.

    January 24, 2018

  • 8 Health Resolutions You CAN Keep

    Ten days into 2018 — how’s your resolution going? Did you resolve to live healthier this year? After ten days, it’s likely that salads for lunch are quickly losing their appeal. But before you go back to your bad habits, consider trying a few (or all!) of these more realistic resolutions. You may be surprised […]

    January 11, 2018

  • What the Health: Understanding the Basics of Your Health Insurance

    Today is the last day for health insurance enrollment, which means it’s likely been on a lot of minds this week. Whether you’re in the last-minute scramble to pick a plan, or you simply want to better understand the plan you’ve chosen, this infographic will help!

    December 16, 2017

  • Sharing Thanksgiving With Your Pup (Literally)

    The holidays put everyone in a giving spirit – but some things shouldn’t be shared with your dog! We’ve put together a list of healthy bites to sneak Fido while you’re cooking, and foods to avoid if you want to stay away from the vet. Foods to Share Turkey: Turkey is a wonderful, protein-packed treat for your dog, as long as it is boneless, skinless, and unseasoned. Pumpkin: Modest servings of plain canned pumpkin actually aid your dog’s digestion. Keep it handy year-round! Potatoes/yams: Cooked potatoes and yams are fine for pets to consume, as long as they aren’t full of dairy or spices. Apples: Before you sweeten and spice the apples for your pie, share a slice or two with your pup for a crunchy treat. Carrots: Satisfying and full of beta-carotene, vitamins, and fiber, raw (or cooked) carrots are a favorite for many dogs. Foods to […]

    November 22, 2017

  • Power Outages: What to Do When the Lights Go Out

    Whether it’s caused by wind, trees, a rogue car or some other anomaly, the result is the same: you have no power. We don’t often realize how much we rely on electricity until we’re sitting in the dark with a half-cooked dinner on the stove. In light of a recent outage on San Juan Island, […]

    October 11, 2017

  • The Basics of Surety Bonds

    Most people have heard the term “licensed and bonded,” but how many actually know what it means to be bonded? While a bond isn’t technically an insurance policy, it is something that we manage as insurance agents. A surety bond is essentially a guarantee that a service will be performed as specified. It is a […]

    October 4, 2017

  • The Washington Guide to Driving in the Rain

    In Washington, rain rules the roads. Those of us who live in Washington are no strangers to rain. We get it all – drizzling, spitting, pouring, misting, and everything in between – and it’s important to know how to drive safely when roadways are wet. Most don’t know that rain is actually the leader in […]

    September 22, 2017

  • 7 Ways to Get Your Car Ready for Fall

    Car care tips to keep you safe on the road this autumn As we head towards the winter months in Washington, increased rain and fewer daylight hours bring new safety concerns for drivers. We’ve compiled a list of basic maintenance and preparation you should consider to ensure that your fall driving is as safe as […]

    September 14, 2017