Posted on 6/28/2018 3:20 AM By Mike Pynnonen
I have never heard of that insurance company. Are they financially stable?
Posted on 3/15/2018 10:25 AM Mike Pynnonen
Do you want to chat about your business insurance?
Posted on 8/23/2017 4:55 AM By Mike Pynnonen
Leaky pipe? Busted washing machine hose? Hot water heater blow out? You are covered for the damage caused by all of the water on your brand new hard wood floors, right? Well....maybe....
Posted on 7/20/2017 7:56 AM Mike Pynnonen
Are you utterly confused as to why your auto insurance rates keep going up.....you're not alone!
Posted on 5/18/2017 6:00 AM By Mike Pynnonen
Is your neighbor paying less for his insurance AND he has a bigger house than you? Find out why here....
Posted on 5/1/2017 11:30 AM By Mike Pynnonen
Where are you going? Heading back up north or taking the kids on a trip out west for a month should have you considering how to properly protect your home while you are away. Lock it up and run, right? Wrong.
Posted on 4/6/2017 11:21 AM Mike Pynnonen
When was the last time you had your roof checked? If you are like most...probably never. Even when you know your roof is getting old and maybe some tiles are missing you just hope and pray that it will be okay and you do everything possible to not think about it. I get it...roofs are expensive, and what if you find you need a new one...how are you going to afford that? Deep breath.....
Posted on 3/31/2017 9:38 AM Mike Pynnonen
The average dog-related injury in 2014 was $32,072 according to a recent USA Today article.
Posted on 3/17/2017 8:14 AM Mike Pynnonen
As many times as I brace myself for this inevitable response i still cringe every time I hear a client refer to his or her auto insurance limits as being "I have full coverage." What does "full coverage" really mean? I guess the more important question is what do YOU think "full coverage" means?
Let me be clear, and please excuse my all caps in advance....THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS "FULL COVERAGE"!
Posted on 3/3/2017 1:30 PM Mike Pynnonen
Ever wonder why your insurance policy is thicker than Tolstoy's War and Peace? It is because your insurance policy has definitions, coverage language, policy conditions, exclusions and endorsements. Should you rush home to read your insurance policy? Maybe. I might first suggest opening a bottle of wine:)
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