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By: Katy L.
Target Up Auto Insurance
I have been shopping around cheaper insurance for awhile now. It has been a few weeks now. I called Target Insurance, didn't buy it right then. Called more places and just waited to get paid.When I finally had the money to buy insurance, I called Target back up.I was shocked that the rate was the same after some time. The agent on the phone was different then the first person I spoke too.That didn't matter though, because the rate did not change.Purchased the insurance and was insured in minutes. They did what they said they would do.This is big for me.Thank you for keeping your promises.
By: Michael D.
Sandra Garcia - State Farm Insurance Agent
I came to Sandra for a free auto insurance quote years ago. Her and her team showed expertise on the products they sell and professionalism. Whenever I have any questions they help assist me and truly make me feel valued as a customer. I would recommend Sandra and her team to any one of my friends, family, and coworkers.
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By: Trisha L.
Target Up Auto Insurance
I saved several hundred a year on my auto insurance from my last company. Fast and easy service. Nice people and they know what they are doing.
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By: John R.
Guzman Insurance & Tax Services Gu
Friendly staff. Treats you like one of their family. Able to give out the best insurance rates possible for any individual.
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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