Bad customer service: it’s something that plagues the insurance industry and it’s only getting worse thanks to all major insurance companies focusing on turning into online companies, it’s getting harder and harder for the average person to get a hold of an actual insurance agent to help them solve their insurance problem
Halloween is right around the corner and it’s one of the most exciting days of the year for adults and children alike since this day involves both adults and kids dressing up and having fun but it’s also a day where people of all ages loose their lives and many times those lives that were lost could have been prevented.
One celebrity who has been the poster child of what not to do when driving is Lindsay Lohan. Over the last five years celebrity watchers who have followed her exploits, and are familiar with the variety of car accidents that she’s been in, including recent a car accident, that according to reports, might raise her car insurance premiums as high as six figures or higher. What the reports about Lindsay Lohan’s bad driving don’t talk about is that car insurance premiums can be kept low if a driver uses simple logic and common sense to keep their premiums low.
In Central Oregon, drivers here know that the odds are high that they might encounter a deer while driving on local roads, or highways like Highway 97, sometime within the next 12 months; since it’s not uncommon to see deer in Central Oregon grazing along the highways, fields or in the front yards of homes but, how likely is it that drivers in other states will encounter a deer? A recent study by State Farm showed that the numbers vary from state to state; for example: in West Virginia your chances are 1 in 40 that you will either encounter or strike a deer while driving on the roads there within the next year.
Homeowners in states that have been hit hard by recent storms have been seeing a big increase in their homeowners insurance premiums but one state has gotten hit really hard recently: Minnesota, where consumers have been subject to big time sticker shock after they saw their recent homeowners insurance premiums and these increases have sent consumers to the internet searching for more affordable homeowners insurance premiums.
Central Oregon Drivers, should you add more car insurance during the winter? Unless you have full coverage car insurance right now, the answer to this question should be yes because, with snow, ice and rain causing wet, winter weather conditions it just makes sense for someone who drives a car or truck in Central Oregon to consider increasing parts of their insurance like collision, liability or comprehensive just so they are protected during those cold winter months.
Unlike other insurance agents or insurance brokers, Tye Farnsworth is a native Oregonian, he was born and raised in Central Oregon and before he got started in the insurance industry Tye started in the construction industry, building homes and commercial buildings throughout Oregon and Washington. After the collapse of the Oregon construction industry in 2007-2008 Tye Farnsworth made his exit from construction and entered the insurance industry, and thanks to his years of working in construction, Tye has developed the ability to listen to his customers needs and provide them with the right Oregon insurance without over-selling them.
With the Central Oregon weather getting cooler many residents of cities like Bend, Redmond, Prineville, Powell Butte and Madras will be using their chainsaws to cut down old trees, and cut firewood for the weather, and the sad thing is that there will be chainsaw accidents this winter, because, the average owner of a chainsaw doesn’t maintain it properly.
It’s officially fall in Central Oregon and if you drive anywhere in towns like Bend or Redmond, it’s not hard to feel the change in the air but with this change in the air anyone who lives here knows that winter is almost here and it’s time to start getting ready for snow.
One of the most important things to do before the baby arrives is to buy the right car seat because, a child will spend the first few years of their life in that car seat and it’s important to purchase a car seat that will offer them ultimate protection just in case the vehicle the baby is traveling in every gets into a car accident.