Coverage with Stromsoe How much car insurance is enough? Everybody knows that you NEED to have insurance but how much insurance is enough. You may have heard the insurance term 15/30/5 used frequently…but what does that mean for your insurance policy? In the early 1960’s the state of California set the MINIMUM insurance limits that you must carry. That translates
Make sure your teen stays safe behind the wheel. If your teen is learning how to drive, then their safety should always be your main priority. When it comes to driving safety, it’s important that you start with the basics. Here are some of the things that you should teach your teen to help them become safe and responsible drivers.
Have a happy, healthy, and safe holiday season. With the holidays nearly here, we at Stromsoe Insurance Agency would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your loved ones a very happy holiday season. As a premier insurance provider, we understand that the holidays can pose some unique and very serious risks to the people and things you
Is your homeowners insurance offering you the liability protection you need? While most people associate homeowners insurance with protection against physical damages, your policy actually offers you four main coverages: property, personal property, loss of use, and personal liability. Your personal liability insurance is what protects you if you accidentally cause third-party injuries or damage, or if third-party losses take
Here’s why everyone, even you, needs to start thinking about estate planning. Estate planning is the process of organizing your belongings and arranging how your assets will be handled after your death. While you might think otherwise, estate planning is important for everyone, no matter what stage of life you are at. Not convinced? Here’s why estate planning matters for
Exposure to carbon monoxide can be deadly; learn how you can protect your loved ones. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas produced by the burning of carbon based fuel sources (natural gas, charcoal, wood, etc.). If inhaled, carbon monoxide prevents the spread of oxygen through the body and prolonged exposure to the gas can be deadly. Don’t let your