There’s no place like home—and nothing better than peace of mind. Homeowner’s insurance can help secure that comfort for you and your family. It offsets costs associated with damages and replacements due to theft, fire, wind, hail, and lightning. In the unfortunate event that your home should be ruined due to these conditions, your policy can also guarantee that you and your family have a safe, comfortable place to stay while rebuilding your home.
In addition, our agents know all the right questions to ask to make certain that there aren’t any holes in your policy. Jewelry, firearms, antiques, and other valuables in your home should get special protection under your homeowner’s insurance policy. When you work with Weller, we make sure you fully understand how you’re protected under your policy.
In the event that something should happen to you, life insurance is often the best way to provide for your loved ones. Monetary stresses shouldn’t accompany the emotional tolls that befall your family. The right policy can provide financial stability—inheritance, adjustments for loss of income, or guaranteed savings for education. Funeral and medical bills, outstanding debts, and estate taxes are also covered by life insurance.
Term life insurance plans are more affordable now than ever, and our agents are prepared to talk you through the finer points of having one. They’re also well-versed in updating policies according to the ways your life and your family may change with time.
When you and your family are in the car, you’re sure to follow the rules of the road. Safety is your priority. But even the most cautious driver can encounter roadside trouble. At Weller and Associates, we want to help ensure that you, your loved ones, and your vehicle are adequately protected.
Take some time to familiarize yourself with the basics of auto insurance, and call our agents to learn how we can blend these and additional coverages to suit your needs. Coverage requirements may vary based on your individual circumstances.
The most important aspect of your auto insurance policy is your liability coverage. If you are found at fault for an accident, liability coverage can pay for damages inflicted on someone else’s property and can protect you in court.
In the event that your car hits another car or hits another object, collision coverage is what pays for damages to your vehicle.
Medical payments coverage contributes toward expenses related to injuries incurred by passengers in your vehicle, regardless of who is at fault in the accident.
Damages to your vehicle caused by theft, vandalism, storms, and other non-collision incidents are taken care of by comprehensive coverage.
This type of coverage steps in when damages and medical charges occur due to an accident caused by an uninsured or improperly insured driver.