Have you been low - balled on insurance needs?

  • July 12 2009 - Houston
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I think so. One quote did not include earthquake or sewer backup insurance (both huge problems in St. Louis)... and another quoted us at 1/2 the replacement cost???!
  • July 25 2009
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Insurance agents get used to clients asking for low rates, and so it's tempting to low ball a quote on the assumption that clients only care about the price of the policy.  Our experience is that people who care about their coverage make great clients.  We still look for ways to help them get great rates using discounts, and reviewing all the available deductibles.
  • September 29 2009
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