former Juanita High School coach has been charged for filing false
insurance claims with PEMCO through his home-based auto glass
The Washington Insurance Commissioner says the man, age 50, filed 15 false Alligator Auto Glass claims totaling $6,569 involving staff or parents of...
That’s a string of hashtags we hope to never see in our social media streams (especially, #ihopeidontcrash, yikes!).
But according to a study conducted over five years by Auto Insurance Center, Washington and Oregon (along with most of...read more →
Q. Do I need to change my auto policy when my student daughter or son returns to school?
A. There is no required policy change that all parents must make when their child heads to school. However, there may be discounts for student drivers or other savings, so it's a good idea to review your policy.
No...read more →
have a dependent child away at college, your homeowners policy
extends coverage for their belongings. You probably know
But if your child is 19 or older and independently living on his or her own, you should strongly encourage your child to buy a renter policy.
The same goes...
Q. What is Personal Injury Protection coverage?
A. Your auto policy's Personal Injury Protection coverage, commonly referred to by its acronym "PIP," is a valuable coverage protecting you and your passengers who sustain auto-accident injuries. That may sound pretty straightforward, but I field lots...read more →
I'm considering buying a car with a "rebuilt" or "salvage" title.
Will PEMCO insure it?
A. Yes, but there's much to consider.
While hunting for a bargain on used vehicles, I've come across some with wording on their titles such as "salvage" or "rebuilt." Customers often ask what that means...
my newly purchased vehicle covered?
A. In my time as an insurance agent I've noticed an uptick in customers buying cars when the warm weather arrives each year. The beautiful Northwest sun has shown itself the past couple weeks and, as expected, I've fielded this question several times from...