Your insurance is like your DNA, which is why we ask so many questions

Someone asked me recently if my agency asks a lot of questions.

Any GOOD insurance agent or carrier asks a lot of questions for very good reasons.

Every question has 1 of 2 purposes - insure you properly and/or save you money.

Our intent at EPS Insurance is to do both of these things.

Also, as we shop dozens of carriers, each carrier asks a different set of questions.

If something bad happens and you have to file a claim, we don't want you to have any additional unpleasant surprises.

Furthermore, every client is unique, be it an individual, a family, or a business.

  • What your Facebook friends pay has absolutely nothing to do with what you pay.
  • What the Jones’s pay has absolutely nothing to do with what your family pays.
  • What the Acme Widget Company pays has absolutely nothing to do with what Wally’s Widget Company pays.
  • What Jose's Mexican Restaurant pays has absolutely nothing to do with what Hose-Bee's Mexican Restaurant pays. (Get it? Hose-A and Hose-B?)
DNA - Credit: Keck School of Medicine at USC

Your insurance picture is as unique as your DNA.

THAT is why we ask a lot of questions.

"Why didn't you tell me?", is the one question you never want to have to ask, and your agent never wants to have to answer.

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