Frequently asked questions

Insurance is a form of protection based on a contract that will safeguard specific assets from a financial loss. 

  • Auto Insurance
  • Motorcycle Insurance
  • Homeowners Insurance
  • Renters Insurance
  • Boat Insurance
  • Health and Life Insurance
  • Commercial Insurance
  • And more

Payments through credit cards are preferred by most of the carriers that we partner with.

Absolutely. You can count on us to give you the most cost-effective quotes with the right coverage you need. Since we are not tied to one insurance carrier, we are just as interested in you are in finding the best price available. We are here to help!

We provide courtesy emails, text messages and calls to remind you of what may be pending in terms of documents submitted to the insurance carriers, and when your policy needs to be renewed.

You are more then welcome to drop by our office. You can also call us, or reach to us via email. You can find out more in our Contact Page.

After you’ve identified what type of insurance you are looking for, it is very important to abide by the laws of the state you reside in, as there might be different clauses depending your place of residence.

We offer auto insurance in the great State of Texas, and are more than happy to help you find the best plan for you.

Car insurance is a form of insurance protection that will help with losses and damages to an individual’s road vehicles. 

It can provide financial protection against the complete loss of the vehicle, theft and other damages depending on the coverage in place.

Each of the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia requests drivers to have insurance coverage to protect third parties, which are:

  • Bodily Injury
  • Property Damage 

It is better known as Liability coverage.

However the minimum  coverage required by law is different by state. 

In the “Lone Star State”, it is required to have the minimum car insurance coverage of Liability in order to drive your vehicle.

Additional coverage may be added to not only protect third parties, pedestrians and their property, but also your own car and yourself from personal injuries. These are commonly known as Bodily Injury and Property damage

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