At Sullivan Insurance we can help you determine the best fit for your car insurance, homeowners insurance and life insurance.
Are you prepared for unforeseen events? How have you prepared to handle those events if they should occur?
We can help you develop a personal insurance plan to protect the people you care about and give you peace of mind.
As an Independent Agent, we can be sure you are not OVERPAYING.
If you do not have a well-planned insurance strategy:
- You may be over-insured in some areas and under insured in others.
- You may be unaware of the risks to which you are exposed
- You may be insuring risks that are more emotional than financial in nature.
Our home is our most valuable possession, and the right planning will make the difference if the unthinkable does happen. Insurance can help you repair or rebuild your home and replace your damaged possessions.
If someone is injured on your property and sues for damages, homeowners insurance also provides liability coverage to protect you from financial ruin. As an independent agent, Sullivan Insurance can shop the best coverage for you!
Our insurance team can help you;
- Identify those events which pose a financial risk to you or your family
- Determine which methods you are currently using to manage your risks
- Identify gaps in your current insurance plan
Save money when your auto and home are insured together.
Own a Condo? Just Renting? It’s still important to cover your property and most discounts still apply.
Today, a motor vehicle accident occurs every second. Auto accidents cause an injury every 14 seconds, and every 13 minutes a car accident results in a fatality. More than 31 million accidents occur annually at a cost of more than $100 billion. Theft and vandalism are other major perils, with a vehicle being stolen every 20 seconds.
With more than 150 million drivers and registered vehicles on the road today, auto insurance is the most widely purchased of all property-casualty insurance, yet few drivers are familiar with the details.
When you buy an auto insurance policy, you are buying a package of individual coverages. Each coverage protects you against different types of losses. Once you understand the various coverages, you can decide which ones to include in your personal insurance package. You can also determine the limits of coverage you will need. The following are some common coverages found in an auto policy. NOTE – Your policy may not contain all of these coverages.
Types of Auto Insurance
- Bodily Injury (BI) Liability Coverage
- Property Damage (PD) Liability Coverage
- Medical Payments Coverage
- Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists (UM/UIM)
- Collision Coverage
- Comprehensive Physical Damage Coverage
- Rental Reimbursement
- Towing and Labor
FAQ Auto Insurance
Vehicles are grouped into categories according to the statistics of those types of cars being damaged, vandalized or stolen. Insurers generally consider the size and type of vehicle, as well as the value and the cost of repairs (which can vary greatly, even on vehicles that cost roughly the same).
Safety is key when buying an automobile! Some cars are considered safer than others because of their performance record in safety tests and real accidents. It helps to research insurance coverage before you buy your car.
- Safety Features—Anti-lock brakes, air bags and passive restraint systems (i.e., automatic seat belts).
- Defensive Driving—Clean violation record, driver’s education courses for teenagers and defensive driving or accident prevention courses for adults (insurance discounts for the latter are required in some states).
- Security Systems—Alarms, electronic locks and disabling devices.
- Changing Driving Habits—Commuting by public transit, using a company vehicle for work-related travel and car-pooling.
- Formal Agreements Not to Drink and Drive—The availability of a discount for signing such an agreement varies among insurers and states.
- Buying Homeowners and Auto Policies from the Same Company—If you own a home and an automobile and you are insured by two different companies, check into the cost of carrying both policies by one insurer. Your agent can give you guidance as to which insurers offer discounts.
You can also lower your insurance rates by requesting higher deductibles (the amount of money you pay before you make a claim). Increasing your deductibles on collision and comprehensive coverage from $100 to $250, or even $500, will bring your rates down. Moreover, you may not need collision and comprehensive coverage if you drive an older car.
Types of Life Insurance
Variable Universal Life