Uninsured drivers in Oklahoma

In 2016 as many as 25% of drivers in Oklahoma were driving with no insurance.* One in four cars you pass do not have insurance. Those who obey the law and purchase insurance ultimately pay more for their policy than…

Big data and auto insurance

Auto insurance companies need to be able to “predict” the behavior of their clients, and to some degree, they need to predict the environment their clients will be living and driving in. These behaviors and environments are called variables. Car…

What does $500,000 in life insurance buy?

You have given it some thought and decided to purchase a term life insurance policy. You want to provide a financial safety net for your family should you die in you prime earning years when they need your income most.…

5 Rules Every Landlord Should Live By

people holding keys

I’m pretty confident that if you asked anyone who has ever owned a rental property you would get an overwhelming response that it’s not as lucrative or easy as they thought it would be. In fact, owning a rental property…

Pet health insurance

In 2015, 65% of households in the US owned at least one pet.  That’s exactly how many we own. Our little Jasmine is a “not-so” mini-schnauzer with a personality that can go from neurotic to playful to lovable.  She loves…

Oklahoma auto insurance myths

  As an insurance advisor I often have to “un-teach” people the misconceptions they have before I can help them discover their true insurance needs. This is not an exhaustive list, obviously, just a few I’ve come upon multiple times.…

The best home insurance in Oklahoma

Home insurance in Oklahoma is expensive!  It is natural to gravitate to the least expensive policy available.  Since your home is your most valuable asset, you should take some time to make a thoughtful decision. Which company is the “best”…

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