A Personal Insurance Update

The past few months have seen wildfires destroy communities, homes, and people’s lives.  Our thoughts and prayers are with those of you who have suffered loss.  Experts tell us that the total property loss for these events will reach over 9 billion dollars.

Beginning last fall, California suffered a series of wildfires that damaged, or destroyed, more than 14,700 homes, according to the state regulator.  Those losses resulted in "more than $9 billion in insured damages so far."  One Southern California fire that started in December, known as the Thomas Fire, burned more acreage than any other blaze in the state’s history.  Source PC360.com

Much of the damage was insured—which is a good thing.  However, now experts tell us that there is going to be a growing rate of non-renewals and rate increases for homeowners.

We want you to know that our agency will do everything in our power to help you find the best possible combination of coverage, price, and service for your property.  We have access to many markets, which allows us to shop for better options.  We know which insurers are financially stable to take on your risk.

When was the last time you reviewed your personal insurance coverage? The start of a New Year is a great time to review your personal insurance. Most of us know that major life events can make it necessary to update our insurance coverage

With over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry Leon Shum the agency owner is ready to help you find the right coverage for your home or business. 

Bridgeway Insurance Services offer a network of carefully selected insurance companies which includes some of the largest national carriers in the industry.

Bridgeway Insurance Services is passionate about providing customized insurance solutions to our clients. Nothing we do is “standard”.  We understand each client is unique and deserves solutions that meet their needs. 

 

More information on wild fires

Posted 1:18 PM

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