Snellville, GA Insurance Agent • Lee Insurance Agency
Known as a bustling city with a high cost of living, Atlanta, Georgia has some of the highest insurance rates in the state. But auto insurance is required by state law, and as long as you have a mortgage on your home, lenders require you to insure your property; so what's a person to do? Take a tactic that you use when you're looking to buy a car, television or groceries shop around! Spending little time shopping around and comparing prices today can save you hundreds, maybe even thousands, of dollars over the next few years.
Calling up various insurance companies is inefficient, which is why we at Lee Insurance have created an online tool which allows you to compare quotes from a number of nationally known insurance providers. All it takes is a few minutes to fill out and submit the information, and then you'll review a list of companies that serve your community. As an independent agency, we're on hand to help you understand the insurance jargon in the policy so that you can make an informed decision about your homeowners and auto insurance.
Georgia state law does require that all drivers have, at minimum, personal liability and personal property liability coverage in place. Additionally, you may opt for uninsured motorist, medical payments, and comprehensive or collision coverage to further protect yourself if you're involved in an accident.
Homeowners should have enough coverage so that they can rebuild and refurnish their home in the event it's destroyed in a natural disaster. Residents of cities which are relatively near the coast, such as Savannah, should choose policies that offer special provisions for hurricane and tropical storm related disasters.
For more information about auto or home insurance, contact Lee Insurance today. We're proud to serve our friends in Atlanta, Loganville, Grayson, Lilburn, Lawrenceville, Stone Mountain, Buford and Decatur and are always on hand to answer your questions.
Each time you hop into your car to drive to work, shuffle the kids from one activity to another or go out for your weekly grocery shopping, you're at risk for an auto accident. You may have a spotless record, but not every driver is as careful when it comes to obeying the rules of the road. That's why having enough auto insurance in place is so important to your family's financial well-being.
While Georgia offers residents a beautiful climate, from time to time you do face natural disasters that could damage your home or condo. Both storms, including heavy rain, lightening, hail and thunder, and tornadoes happen throughout the year. Being a coastal state, hurricanes from the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico heavily affect the weather and cause damage to homes all across the state.