|Pavel's Insurance Blog
Farmers Insurance recently scored very high in an annual customer satisfaction study. As an agency owner, I have always made customer satisfaction my top priority and I am proud to be associated with an insurance company that, as a whole, does the same.
If you are not a customer of mine, please contact me and let me show you how important your business is to me. If you are already a customer of mine, thank you! Your reviews and referrals are always appreciated.
If you have any questions about Farmers Home and Auto Insurance, please call me at (949) 436-0740.
If you are a homeowner, home insurance is an expense that will never go away and unfortunately, always seems to increase. I want to share some tips on how to save money on your home insurance:
If you have any questions about Farmers Home Insurance, please call me at (949) 436-0740.
Currently, Farmers Insurance accepts payment via Visa, MasterCard, EFT, personal or company check, and cash. However, effective April 12, 2014, Farmers Insurance will start accepting American Express and Discover for all personal lines insurance policies. Farmers Insurance Commercial customers will be happy to know that we will begin accepting all major credit cards effective June 12, 2014.
Also, as before, there are easy ways to pay online!
Customers will then have the same payment card options across all Property and Casualty lines of business (21st Century, Bristol West, Foremost Insurance, and other specialty, business and personal lines). The addition of these new payment cards is a great option for our customers. We are pleased that we are able to accept these additional card brands. We continue to look for new ways to help our customers make their premium payments.
There are a number of other initiatives coming throughout 2014 to improve our customers experience with Farmers. Watch for details of these coming your way soon.
If you have any questions about Farmers Insurance, please call me at (949) 436-0740. Happy New Year!
Most people think of life insurance in this way, as a replacement of income. And used this way, life insurance can help ensure financial security for your family.
What many people don't know is that life insurance can also be a financial tool for individuals and families approaching retirement, or for those already retired.
Many retired couples depend on Social Security and pension income to survive. When one spouse dies, those payments may be reduced - survivor benefits are often much lower than retiree benefits - while many of the ongoing expenses remain for the survivor. You can help protect your surviving spouse from this reduction in income with Life insurance. The death benefit can replace your missing income so a personal loss does not become a financial one as well.It's a good idea to review your life insurance needs annually - more often if significant changes or life events occur. Read more about major life events that might trigger the need to re-evaluate your life insurance coverage and the kind of life insurance that 's right for you.
If you haven't completed a Life insurance income replacement analysis,
or if any of the life factors discussed above have changed, feel free to call me. I can work with you to make sure you have the coverage you want.
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Please contact me to discuss any insurance needs you may have, or just to ask questions on how much insurance you need or want.
Your friendly Farmers agent,
Pavel Levitanus (949) 436-0740