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Wednesday, June 26, 2013We love seeing our clients. We love it when they drop in to chat about their policies, or when we run into a client at the grocery store. It’s always great to catch up on how they’re doing and what’s new. While these encounters are usually fun and light-hearted, we also see many of our clients on the bad days. READ MORE >>
Thursday, June 13, 2013Local food. Local theater. Local products. We’re paying more and more attention to things that come directly from our own communities. Why shouldn’t your business auto insurance agent be local, too? Everyone hates feeling like a number, and we promise never to make you feel that way. READ MORE >>
Friday, March 15, 2013We’ve all seen pictures of houses with water up to their rooftops, and cars floating serenely down a street that looks more like a river. Floods are a major force to be reckoned with and can have catastrophic effects on your car and your home. READ MORE >>
Monday, February 11, 2013A meteor hits your home. Are you covered? You hit a deer with your car. Covered? While we’re always here to help walk you through the intricacies of your ERIE policy, here are some basic rules of thumb about home and auto coverage. Specifics depend on your policy, and please call us if you have questions. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, January 16, 2013Buying a house is a big decision and can definitely change your life. You get the advantages of living in a place that’s all your own, but there are so many new responsibilities that fall on your plate: mowing the lawn, painting the house, taking care of that washing machine yourself when it starts spraying water, rather than calling a super or a landlord. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, November 20, 2012You probably come to a full halt at stop signs, always use your turn signals and never speed through a yellow light. But even the best drivers all have one thing in common: we're all human, and humans make mistakes. Maybe you forgot to look both ways before making that right turn on red, or you were following the car in front of you just a smidge too closely. READ MORE >>