Every morning I come into the office, check voicemail, answer a few emails, drink my jade citrus mint tea, and review my client’s upcoming renewal policies. Most days I only have a handful of policies to be reviewed, but today was an exception. Today I had forty five policies to review, and every single one had a premium increase. Some more than others, but in most cases – the increase was substantial to their Washington car insurance rate. One of those policies was my own, and the increase was over $500 a year.
There’s an old adage about a cobbler’s child having no shoes. The idea is the cobbler is so busy working on other people’s shoes their own family goes without. I think the opposite is true in the insurance world. Continue reading →
At Sound Pacific Insurance, we get this question all the time, so of course, I wanted to address it here for all of our readers.
First things first, even though it’s called car/auto insurance, it covers more than just your car. It should technically be called “auto-owners” insurance, similarly to how home insurance is actually called “home owners insurance”.
It’s important to understand that there are a lot of variables that go into insurance premiums, and with auto insurance, it’s no different.