A licensed person or organization authorized to sell insurance by or on behalf of an insurance company.
An insurance company authorized to do business in California.
An amount equivalent to the fair market value of the stolen or damaged property immediately preceding the loss. For real property, this amount can be based on a determination of the fair market value of the property before and after the loss. For vehicles, this amount can be determined by local area private party sales and dealer quotations for comparable vehicles.
Coverage for the insured in the event that the insured's negligent acts and/or omissions result in losses in connection with the use, ownership, or maintenance of aircraft.
Coverage on the risks associated with driving or owning an automobile. It can include collision, liability, comprehensive, medical, and uninsured motorist coverages.
A temporary or preliminary agreement which provides coverage until a policy can be written or delivered.
Any physical injury to a person. The purpose of liability insurance is to cover bodily injury to a third party resulting from the negligent or unintentional acts of an insured.
Covers losses resulting from the malfunction of boilers and machinery. This coverage is usually excluded from property insurance creating the need for this separate product.
A licensed person or organization paid by you to look for insurance on your behalf.
Coverage against loss as a result of forced entry into premises.
24942 Greensbrier Dr
Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381
Monday – Friday
9am – 5pm PDT
Office: (818) 840-0246
Fax: (818) 953-9341
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