The name of the coverage sounds like it came directly out of an insurance text book right? While the name is complex the coverage itself is relatively straight forward and if you live in North Carolina not very expensive. If you look at your auto declaration page, you will see
OIA will be closed on Monday, February 18th in observance of President’s Day.
Did you know that every 2 hours and 41 minutes someone dies in a fire? Since I arrived at my office at 8 a.m. this morning 2 people have died as a result of a fire. In 2014 according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) there were 3,275 civilian
Thank you very much to everyone who contributed to our Backpack and School Supply drive.
As a wife, mother, and insurance agent I am passionate about educating people about insurance. Life insurance is not generally a subject people get excited to talk about. September is Life Insurance Awareness month so I feel compelled to talk about it. I have been talking about it for a
[Back to School] It’s that time of year – when traffic patterns are thrown into a tailspin, and you have to leave your house 30 minutes early so you are not late to work. Yes, school is back in session. School buses often cause some challenges for drivers as they
Well, it depends. First Accident Forgiveness waives the first accident you have — that would have normally charged insurance points on your policy. An accident with more than $1800 in property damage — as well as any accident with sustained injuries — automatically charges insurance points and makes your
Rather than looking down trying to find the icon on your cell to call home, why not give voice commands a try? You don’t have to take your eyes off the road and you can do all kinds of cool things — even play a song. We all know we
If you are shaking your head right now saying this makes no sense, let me tell you that I AGREE. It is a mess of a process. Add to it one other little secret. ISU O’Connor Insurance Associates is celebrating 15 years in business. Founder Terry O’Connor, fondly remembers the