What type of coverage do you need?

You bought the ring. You popped the question, she accepted. You’re setting the date. Why do I need to talk to my insurance agent?

Discounts: Combining your auto policies can give you a multi-car discounts. Some states give you a reduction in your rate just for being married, Pennsylvania is one of them. Let’s face it, weddings are expensive and who couldn’t use some extra money.

Life Insurance: This is a subject most newly engaged couples don’t want to think about. Buying life insurance to protect the person you want to spend the rest of your life with is a commitment of your love to each other. Qualifying for coverage while you are young and healthy can benefit you, both financially and can allow you to maximize your coverage.

Personal Property: Now that you have given the ring, it needs to be insured properly. Most policies limit the amount of insurance and exclude coverage if the stone should fall out. Also, if you’re temporarily residing someplace or have a storage unit, you need to make sure your items are protected.

Identity Theft: In the time it takes to have your morning cup of coffee, a thief can steal your identity. Consider Identity Recovery Coverage to assist you with restoring your identity.

The Weimer Group is a firm of proven professionals, caring and conscientious people; the kind of people you can depend on. We’ve been part of people’s lives since 1968. We’ve been there when the rings have been exchanged, the new home purchase, the welcoming of a new family member, and retirement. Find out what separates us from other insurance agencies. We’ll help you navigate your insurance program. Contact us today.

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