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  • 4 Ways to Make Sure You Have the Right Car Insurance Coverage

    There’s no other way to say it, carrying just state minimum for auto insurance will put you at risk of being an underinsured motorist — and will not properly protect you and your family’s finances if you’re at-fault in an accident. Going with just bare bones car insurance coverage required for your state means you […]

    December 14, 2018

  • 10 Ways Your Neighbor Annoys You

    As a firefighter we are called out to settle disputes between neighbors who are unhappy with each other about a warming fire on a cool night when one has their windows open, or somebody smoking or grilling food and the smells permeate their neighbors homes. We usually ask them to work it out and leave […]

    November 28, 2018

  • Insurance Awareness Day

    Insurance Terms Made Easy Best day of the year, Arrowhead Insurance is finally celebrating its favorite holiday of the year: Insurance Awareness Day! Time for a party!   That certainly calls for poem-making, party-throwing, and having a good ‘ol time talking about what makes insurance so exciting! We believe that being an independent insurance agent means more within […]

    November 9, 2018

  • 4 Reasons Why You Need Classic Car Insurance

    I recently purchased my first collector vehicle. After 20 years of writing these types of policies for my valued clients, I quickly became aware of the certain advantages that come with a classic car policy in Arizona. Over the years, I’ve written hundreds of stated and agreed value policies with Grundy and Hagerty and each […]

    August 3, 2018

  • Homeowners Insurance 101

    As a firefighter we see the devastating potential that even a minor kitchen or dryer fire can possess. While we do our best to preserve the property that can’t be replaced, the insurance agent inside of me can’t help but wonder if the homeowner has the appropriate coverage now that the unthinkable has occurred. As a homeowner, you want […]

    July 8, 2018

  • Fireman’s Forum: What’s My Life Worth?

    It’s 4:45 am when the red light goes on and the electronic voice dispatch blares out our unit assignment for “difficulty breathing”. I pop out of bed and run downstairs with a distinct sense of urgency, I hop on the truck with the rest of my crew and off we go with lights and sirens. My experience with […]

    February 19, 2018

  • Fireman’s Forum: The Sneaky Deductible Troll

    He’s lurking in the dark damp corner, beneath your home just waiting to take a big bite out of your family’s budget. He’s the Deductible Troll and he’s getting bigger and fatter every year. Did your State Farm agent inform you that your trusted homeowner’s policy has a percentage deductible? Did he explain that every year […]

    January 26, 2018

  • Fireman’s Forum: 5 Ways to Make Sure This Epic Flu Doesn’t Hit You!

    By Kyle Borg, Professional Firefighter/Insurance Agency Principal January 17, 2018 By now you’ve seen it and heard it all over the news, and more than likely somebody you love has already been stricken by this horrible,terrible, nasty flu. In one shift we transported 20 patients with flulike symptoms, just our truck alone. Our station had […]

    January 17, 2018

  • Fireman’s Forum: What on Earth is a Microburst?

    By Kyle Borg, Professional Firefighter/Insurance Agency Principal First Shift as a Booter Summer monsoons bring tremendous winds, rain, and cool air. When that cool air collides with an overheated urban desert climate, chaos can quickly ensue. I’ll never forget it, my very first shift as a brand new firefighter and we got the storm of a […]

    January 16, 2018