Casa Grande
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Casa Grande Insurance Company

Insurance is critical when unexpected problems arise. It is used for protecting your home, family, car, business, and more. There are more than 250,000 people and firms licensed in Arizona’s insurance market

The Arizona Department of Insurance regulates the market. This agency is responsible for protecting consumers, conducting investigations and licensing. When considering insurance products, consult with an experienced insurance professional.

Auto Insurance

All drivers in Arizona are required to maintain automobile liability coverage to compensate others if you are liable in an accident. This coverage requirement applies to other vehicles operated on the roads such as motorcycles. The primary types of car insurance are as follows:

  • Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability: Lawmakers in Arizona recently increased the minimum required amounts of coverage. A minimum of $25,000 is required for an injury or the death of one person and $50,000 for multiple people. A minimum of $15,000 is required for damage to property that you cause. 
  • Collision: This optional form of coverage is purchased together with comprehensive insurance. It is used to repair or replace your vehicle following a collision. 
  • Comprehensive: This optional form of coverage is used to repair or replace your vehicle when something other than a collision occurs. Common examples include theft or vandalism.
  • Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist: Uninsured motorist coverage protects you in case another driver does not have the required minimum insurance. Underinsured motorist coverage protects you if the at-fault motorist's coverage is insufficient to fully cover the losses. 
  • Medical Payments Coverage: This is commonly referred to as “personal injury protection” (PIP). This is optional coverage intended to pay for medical expenses necessary to treat you and/or your passengers following an accident. 

Commercial or Business Insurance

Businesses protect themselves with various types of insurance coverage including: 

  • General Liability Insurance: Protects the business in cases of liability for injuries or property damage that occur to others. 
  • Professional Liability Insurance: This is sometimes referred to as “errors and omissions” coverage that may apply if you were sued. For example, if you are accused of negligent acts that harmed another party.
  • Business Property Insurance: This is used to protect your business from losses. Common examples include if the business location was damaged by fire or property was stolen.
  • Workers Compensation: This is required coverage that protects your employees following a work-related accident. 

Life Insurance

Those with dependent family members may purchase life insurance that would pay the surviving beneficiaries a death benefit. If the insured dies, the beneficiaries would have financial resources to pay for a funeral, burial, and other final expenses.

Funds may be available to satisfy existing debts such as the mortgage on the family home. The funds may be important to compensate for the loss of future income.

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Life insurance is broadly categorized as either term or permanent policies. Term policies remains in place for a specified period. For example, parents may purchase a policy that ends at a time when their children will have finished college. Permanent policies have no definite termination date. 

Many types of permanent life insurance policies exist. Those with adult children that have disabilities or those with a much younger spouse may buy permanent policies. They often have a feature that invests funds into stocks and other chances for growth.

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Home Insurance

Homeowners insurance is important for many reasons. Property damage coverage applies if there was a fire, storm damage or similar problem. Keep in mind that damage from a flood or earthquake is generally not covered in a standard policy. When you have a home mortgage, the lender will typically require that the home be insured to protect their interests. 

Homeowners insurance generally has “contents coverage” for property losses resulting from theft. Items of very high value such as jewelry or other valuables should be specifically covered in your policy.  Most policies will have coverage options for “additional living expenses” or “loss of use.” This may apply if the home was severely damaged and it is necessary to make other temporary living arrangements. 

Personal liability coverage is important in case someone is injured on your property and costly medical treatment is necessary. Renters insurance is also available and is typically inexpensive. The average cost for renters insurance in Arizona is $157 per year.

Casa Grande

719 E Cottonwood Lane St# 1,
Casa Grande, AZ 85122

Local Provider of Insurance in Arizona

The Gebhardt Insurance Group has been proudly providing insurance solutions in Maricopa and Pinal County for many years. Our team of professionals provides excellent customer service and very competitive rates.