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[03/19/20] We plan to stay working and available, but wanted to share with you what many of our carriers are sharing with us. Downloading the specific insurance company's app to your phone or tablet or setting up an online account with them is a great way to monitor your policies, pay a bill, work with a claim, etc. I suggest you set up an account / download it and if it asks for policy numbers, etc, let us know. As always, we would prefer to be your point of contact for all things insurance related and the company second so that we can best advise you as to what you should do, but wanted to make you aware of this option as well. Stay safe, stay home if you can, and look after each other. As a result of this outbreak, I am prayerful that our society will revert back to some of its more kinder, stronger, and more unified times!
Good morning. In light of what is going on, we will be reducing our hours from 9-4 (closed for lunch) to give our employees a little extra time to take care of other possible needs (ie children, parents, etc). We will be monitoring voicemail (432-684-6653) and email ([email protected]), and we encourage you to call us with any changes, payments, etc to reduce face time and to encourage more "social distancing". In the event of an emergency, you are always welcome to call me, Steve, directly (432-556-1563).
Thanks for your understanding. Praying for good health, peace, and recovery for all.
Our office is closed today. If you have to get out, please give yourself more time and be safe.
Early spring is the prediction...
Not so sure even Punxsutawney Phil, the Prognosticator of Prognosticators, could predict west Texas weather though!
foxnews.com As light snow fell early Sunday in western Pennsylvania, the Keystone State's most famous groundhog revealed that warmer days are apparently ahead.
2019 was a great year, and we as an agency made a lot of new friends and customers. We can't thank you all enough for choosing us. Here's to an amazing 2020 for you and yours and for America as a whole. May we all find a little more time in 2020 to slow down, be more kind to each other, and appreciate what we have and who we are!
Just a little head's up... They are making a few changes around our office this week. K St will now be a southbound One-Way from Illinois Ave to Texas Ave. Please be careful when you come to visit us while the neighborhood gets use to the new flow.
Mascot Media has worked with MISD and sponsors to create websites and an app to help parents, players, and fans stay up to date with their school's teams. This is not new, but new to MISD. They have broadcasts of games, scores, player rosters, schedules, news, etc for many of our high school sports. You can search for the app in the App Store/Google Play under "Midland ISD Athletics". The app can show both high schools (one at a time) or you can visit the websites: midlandisdsports-rebels.com & midlandisdsports-bulldogs.com.
Midland School Zones will be active tomorrow. Slow down, give yourself more time, and watch for kids!
Happy 243rd America! Here's to a year of prosperity and unity!
[05/20/19] Possibly severe storms are predicted for today & tonight. Be prepared and be safe.
[05/07/19] Possible nasty storms coming through west Texas today! Be prepared and stay safe!
What to do after a hailstorm:
1. Make repairs to what you can/must to prevent further water damage. Hire a handyman/contractor/friend/etc to temporarily repair/board-up/tarp skylights and windows.
2. Save receipts from your out of pocket expenses to turn in to your insurance company if the damages end up over your deductible.
3. Contact your insurance agent and report the claim. We often recommend having a roofer evaluate the damage first to prevent unnecessary scrutiny from the insurance company, but I have a feeling that storm did some significant damage.
4. Ask a LOCAL and REPUTABLE roofer to come give you an estimate. This seems like a no-brainer, but I guarantee there are people ordering truck decals/magnets right now for their new roofing company. Also when the roofer from Oregon leaves and your roof needs a repair, who will you call for the warranty work. Beware of strangers knocking on doors. Call who you know or are referred to and don't answer the door to the drive by "salesmen".
5. Understand your deductible. Most people have a 1% deductible on Wind/Hail. That is 1% of your home's insured coverage (ie a $300K home has a $3K deductible)
6. Don't be disappointed when you can't get your repairs done right away. Keep in mind, we just entered hail season and this might happen again tomorrow or next week. Most companies will give you a year for repairs, but you will want to get them done sooner than later.
7. If an insurance carrier says your damage amount does not meet the deductible, but the roofer says otherwise, ask your agent to request a second inspection and ask the roofer to meet the adjuster there to discuss. Let them debate it.
8. Be nice to the adjuster and the roofer. Both of these people have a lot of control of how well your claim will go.
9. Don't assume your agent knows what the insurance company is saying. If you have questions or concerns, ask your agent. That is why your don't buy insurance online anyway!
10. Breathe... (I said that for me more than you) and remember this is just stuff and this is why you buy insurance.
Congrats to the Lady Bears! National Champions! Come on Tech, bring home another championship to Texas and the Big 12 tomorrow!
Good luck to the Lady Bears tonight in the Final Four!
Congrats to all the Tech fans out there! Way to make history, Texas Tech Men's Basketball!
[03/20/19] Hello! We apologize for the phone troubles we've been experiencing. If you need to reach us and your call is not going through, please feel free to call or email me directly (432-556-1563 / [email protected]). Our current provider has been very unhelpful, but I am happy to say we are changing carriers/systems this Friday. Thank you for your understanding, patience, and business!
[03/12/19] Rough weather predicted in Midland. Please bring your pets in, secure trampolines & patio furniture, and garage your cars.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from our office and our families to yours.
With holiday shopping about to go into full swing, do you know about Amazon Smile? Check it out: https://smile.amazon.com/about After selecting a charity, when you buy something at Amazon, a small percentage of your purchase is sent to your selected charity (local, regional, international, religious, school, sports booster club, etc). It is small, but it adds up!
This is a pretty cool service available to anyone from one of my favorite insurance carriers. Pretty helpful, but of course it does not tell it all.
Curious about a home’s past? Get insight into your next home’s renovation history w/ the Travelers OpenHouse tool. https://travl.rs/2q8Lbix
Looks like a nasty storm coming... I'd get your cars in the garage if possible and bring your pets in. Stay safe!
There is finally some rain in our forecast... Like all west Texans, I'll believe it when I see it, but I did wash my car yesterday, so you're welcome.
At any rate, with rain often comes other less welcome elements like wind and hail. If you think you have sustained damage from a storm, we always recommend calling your agent (hopefully that is us) before you call the insurance company. We can point you in the direction of a good, LOCAL contactor who can help us determine the amount of damage and the next, best course of action.
Come on RAIN!
In honor of Groundhog Day, Ned Ryerson, and insurance agents everywhere (annoying or not), Happy Groundhog's Day! Sorry, 6 more weeks of winter. BING!
Bring those pets in, drip a faucet or two, and don't forget to turn the heat on (even in vacant buildings/homes)!
Here's some advice on preventing frozen pipes and what to do if they do freeze from the Red Cross: http://www.redcross.org/get-help/how-to-prepare-for-emergencies/types-of-emergencies/winter-storm/frozen-pipes. I hope you don't need this info.
redcross.org The Red Cross provides information and suggestions about how to prevent water pipes in the home from freezing, and how to thaw them if they do freeze.
May not bother Elsa, but don't forget about your pets, drip those faucets, and leave the heat on (even in vacant homes/buildings). It's going to get colder and stay colder for a while. Take care!
This made me smile today. I've never heard it before, but saw it on a t-shirt. If you heed this advice, I feel compelled to remind you to look both ways before crossing the street (for my Mother's sake).
We are closed in reverence of Veterans Day (observing today) tomorrow. Thank you to all of you who have served, are serving, and your families for supporting you. Additionally, happy birthday to the USMC! God bless America!
Hoping Harvey does not wreak too much havoc on the coast! Be safe coastal friends!
Cars are getting stolen more and more often in west Texas! Please lock your doors, remove your valuables, and if you do have items in the car, please don't leave them in plain sight.
We've been lucky so far with (mostly) small hail in Midland. Hail season seems almost year round now and hail claims drive up everyone's rates (right or wrong). Might be time to consider cleaning out the ol' garage to make room for your car.
Get your pets inside and your cars in the garage... looks like it may get nasty, West Texas!
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