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As summer is slowly coming to an end, many of us are still getting ready for those last minute vacations before school starts back up. Of course, we have all heard about the abundance of sharks and shark attacks this year. They have increased tremendously this year than they have in decades. READ MORE >>

Homeowners Insurance can be tricky because policies are so widespread. Knowing if you have full replacement is important in the case of something destroying your home. This could be things that you may never think would happen to you. Things such as, tornados, floods, or even a fire. READ MORE >>

We all know that grilling out is a big part of the July 4th Holiday weekend coming up. You want to make sure you are being safe while grilling out to avoid any accidents that could potentially be dangerous to you and those around you. Just some quick little ideas are: 1. Don't move your grill once it is lit. READ MORE >>

Do you ever think about your future? Does Insurance Come to mind when you are thinking about your future and if it does, do you know where to begin? Insurance is a big part of your future. Most people think insurance costs too much for them.  However, in reality you can find great, quality insurance that is affordable. READ MORE >>

    As summer arrives we start to spend more and more time outside and in the water. This means there is an increase in the potential for more injuries. Here are some summer safety tips to help you avoid potential accidents.     1. READ MORE >>

Welcome to the new United Insurance Agencies webpage. We have worked really hard to make it much easier to navigate and made it fun for you to use. We hope that you can get all of the information you need from our new site and if not please feel free to contact our agency. READ MORE >>

As many are digging out of the latest storm, we wanted to share some safety tips with you; Start your vehicle a few minutes before you have to drive it.   Let the engine warm up, and make sure the windows are free of ice and snow. Keep a blanket in your vehicle, and maybe a candle and matches. READ MORE >>

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