About Us

  • We are experienced, licensed insurance professionals with more than twenty years in the business.
  • We understand how insurance companies work and what they need to settle claims fairly.
  • We can steer you toward the most cost-effective ways to protect your property
  • We are here to protect your interests!

    Our Credentials

    • Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) – a professional designation in property-casualty insurance and risk management. It is the premier designation in the insurance industry, akin to the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) for the accounting industry. CPCUs designees are also bound by a Code of Ethics.
    • Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) – a credential offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI).  Professionals obtain the credential to verify their proficiency in project management with an internationally accepted certificate.
    • The National Association of Professional Organizers (Associate Member) – a group of professional organizers dedicated to helping individuals and businesses bring order and efficiency to their lives.
    • Fully licensed for Life, Accident & Health, Annuities and Mutual Funds.
    • Fully insured and bonded.

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    • Our Mission

      To offer individuals and businesses a way to protect their property so that in the event of a loss or damage, they will recover its full value and quickly restore life to what it was before the event happened.
    Top Tips

    February 26, 2011
    by: admin • Tips

    Know what you have!

    December 19, 2010
    by: admin • Blog

    Will you get a fair claim settlement?

    August 27, 2011
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    Do you have enough insurance?

    August 27, 2011
    by: admin • Uncategorized

    Is flooding from a hurricane covered by my policy?

    August 27, 2011
    by: admin • Uncategorized

    Do I have the right insurance for hurricanes?

    August 27, 2011
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    FAQs

    February 26, 2011
    by: admin • FAQs