By Cheryl Lucas
We knew something wasn’t right when the washer and the kitchen sink overflowed. My son didn’t get very far when he tried to snake the drain. He believed that the drain pipe had collapsed under the slab foundation. Because my carpet in the hallway and into the living room was soaked and we feared the worst on what repairs were going to consist of, I started a claim with my homeowners insurance.
One big concern about shopping for insurance or even contacting your insurance company is that dreaded phone tree and wondering, “Will I ever get to a real person?” At Isch Insurance Services, that answer is always YES! Not only will you always get a real person to speak with, we also provide you with different communication options. We interact with you the way you prefer.
Are you thinking about buying your first home? First off – congratulations! Purchasing a home is especially exciting for first time home buyers, but we know that the process can be a little stressful, too. Knowing how to prepare for the home buying process before you start looking and having a list of questions to ask your real estate agent can help to relieve some of that stress, though. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Jill Davis from Re/Max Premier Partners and The Lueken Group
to ask her what every first-time home buyer should know!
As a Farmers Insurance agent in downtown Lafayette, Indiana, I help families and small business owners protect what matters most to them.
One of my goals for 2017 is to focus on helping more people with their life insurance needs. I want to share a little about how life insurance should be an important part of your business plans.
Does your property insurance
cover all your stuff? You probably hope so, right? Well wouldn’t it be better to know so. Many people think their home insurance
or renters insurance
covers the full cost of all of their “stuff.” However most policies cover your house and most of its contents, but usually contain limits on certain items, and certain types of loss. Be sure that your coverage protects all of your assets in Lafayette, Indiana.