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Buying Auto Insurance Albert Lea MN

Some insurance companies use only one of these methods of selling to customers, others may use a combination of methods. Let's look at the advantages and disadvantages of each.

Klatt- David J
(507) 373-2377
106 S Broadway Ave
Albert Lea, MN
 
American Family Insurance
(507) 377-7328
1907 East Main Street
Albert Lea, MN
 
Rechtzigel- Gary E - State Farm Insurance Agent
(507) 373-7717
1506 East Main Street
Albert Lea, MN
 
New Richland Insurance
(507) 465-8111
132 Broadway Avenue North
New Richland, MN
 
Justice- Steven R - State Farm Insurance Agent
(507) 437-4447
108 3rd Avenue Northwest
Austin, MN
 
Allstate Insurance Companies
(507) 373-7074
206 West Clark Street
Albert Lea, MN
 
Vanderwaerdt- Nancy
(507) 377-0227
504 Bridge Ave
Albert Lea, MN
 
Dawald- Jc
(641) 324-2141
88 8th St N
Northwood, IA
 
Blue Cross Blue Shield Mike Ruzek
(507) 433-8845
110 1st Avenue Southeast
Austin, MN
 
Meyer- Gregory L
(507) 433-3489
1110 1st Ave SW
Austin, MN
 

Buying Auto Insurance

You can buy car insurance in different ways, from a variety of sources, depending on the insurance company. Does it make a difference how or where you buy? It might. Let's take a look.

There are essentially four ways to purchase auto insurance. They are:

  • From an agent (employed representative) of an insurance company
  • From an independent agent
  • From an online broker
  • Directly from an insurance company

Some insurance companies use only one of these methods of selling to customers, others may use a combination of methods. Let's look at the advantages and disadvantages of each.

From an insurance company agent
Some national or regional auto insurance companies employ agents who are commissioned sales and support people, and who work directly for the insurance company from small offices located around the country. Allstate, State Farm, and Farmers are examples of companies who work this way. Some people feel that there are benefits to being able to talk to a familiar voice regarding policy questions, billing concerns, renewals, and claim advice. Good agents will even call customers about new discounts or program options that offer cost savings. Just be aware that agents don't administer claims.

From an independent agent
This type of agent is an independent business person or company, often called a broker or agency, that represents a number of different insurance companies. This is most common way that auto insurance, and o...

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