How does it protect my


An Auto Insurance Policy can help you protect your vehicle regardless of fault. Whether your car was stolen or you hit the neighbor’s fence an Auto Policy can help repair these or other covered damages to your vehicle. When choosing an Auto Policy it’s important to make sure it protects and reflects all of your needs. 

How does it protect my


If you are found to be At Fault for an Auto Accident you are financially responsible for damages. This can include Loss of Income, Medical Expenses, Pain and Suffering, Funeral Costs, or even Wage Garnishment. Coverage listed in your Auto Policy can protect you & your loved one’s from having to pay for these losses or other related damages.

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Most people can agree not having Auto Insurance is never worth it at the scene of an accident. Protect yourself & others by paying a monthly premium for Auto Insurance. As an individual it’s hard to imagine what is at stake. As an Insurance Agent I can advise you and assure you by providing an Auto Policy that meets your needs.

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Facts and Statistics

“Motor vehicle accidents average costs: Average cost for each death in a motor vehicle accident: $1,130,000. Average cost for each nonfatal disabling injury: $61,600. Average cost for each property damage crash (includes non-disabling injuries): $7,500."

Tavss Fletcher

" In 2016 there were 6,296,000 police-reported motor vehicle traffic crashes; 37,461 people died and 2,443,000 people were injured. An average of 96 people died each day in motor vehicle crashes. One fatality every 15 seconds. "

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

"The average liability claim for property damage following a motor vehicle accident was $3,231 in one recent year. The average collision claim (for damage caused by colliding with another vehicle, another vehicle colliding with yours, or colliding with a stationary object) was $3,144. Comprehensive claims that year averaged $1,621. These were for damage caused by natural disaster, theft, impact with an animal, broken windshields, falling objects, or “Acts of God.”

Michael Sawaya

"Tennessee Code Ann. § 26-2-106 dictates the maximum amount that a creditor can garnish from your wages. This is either 25% of your weekly disposable earnings or your weekly disposable earnings that exceed 30x the minimum hourly wage."

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