By: david.sandy.547
Akers & Arney
With my various businesses and real estate properties, I have dealt with several insurance agencies over the years. With regret, I must admit that Akers & Arney are strongly lacking with it comes to good customer service. I have been made to feel very unimportant to them... and when it comes to making any kind of claim, they try to talk you out of it... using what seemed to be scare tactics in order to get you to just pay for the damage yourself.I left messages for the co-owners of the company, Edd Akers and David Arney, and neither took the time to even return my phone calls. The poor customer service apparently starts at the top and trickles down.Very disappointed in this company after having been a loyal customer for 8+ years. I have switched to a different agency.
By: Terry R.
Farmers Insurance - Perry Phillips
This is not your typical insurance agent. Perry always goes the extra step. Not only is he a guy you can trust He always looks out for your best interest. If you want to get insurance you can count on and not have to worry about it, give him a call.
By: bbudnick
Akers & Arney
Easiest people to work with on the planet. I love their knowlegeable, positive, can-do way of dealing with us. Nothing is impossible with them. Makes me feel safe!
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By: Eldon K.
Allstate Insurance Agent: John Stauffer II
We have found John to be extremely helpful and professional. We highly recommend his agency! We have several vehicles and our house insured through his agency.
Tips & Advices
Errors and omission insurance covers business-related mistakes that lead to injury of a third party, such as neglecting to file important papers.
While property, liability and workers’ compensation are the most common types of business insurance, other types include property, business interruption, and errors and omissions.
Business insurance does not cover professional liability (due to poorly performed work), the purchase of replacement equipment, vehicle accidents not related to work, or business lost due to damaged equipment.
Factors impacting the cost of business insurance premiums include the type of business, the risk involved, the size and number of employees, your experience in the industry, and location.
No. Business insurance covers general legal issues such as injuries that occur on your property and property damage. Professional insurance covers lawsuits focused on service such as charges of negligence, contractual disputes, etc.

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