Is Your Cheap Car Insurance Putting Your Home at Risk?

By going cheap and saving, what are you putting at risk?

One of the interesting things about all the advertising we see about saving money on our insurance these days is what they are not saying.

What are you talking about, Louis?

Well, let me ask you a question: If your car insurance does not cover the full cost of the accident, can it impact your other assets (such as a home)?

Yes. Yes, it can.

I know, I know. I am being a major buzz-kill. But the solution is really very simple.

Sit down with your insurance professional and ask them how to make it so your auto insurance coverage is solid enough to cover your assets (like your home). Honestly, it's an easy conversation to have. Upping your auto coverage to $1,000,000 is, nearly always, much cheaper than you think. Plus, an umbrella policy is often only about about $500 per year.

Protect yourself! Don't leave your assets hanging out.

A GREAT Farmers Agent

If you are looking for an insurance professional with class and integrity, send Dave Molinari an email. Dave is one of the most ethical and genuine guys you will ever meet. He is always up for a pleasant conversation.

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Louis Stone-Collonge

Keller Williams Realty Silicon Valley

Email: louis@stonecollonge.com
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