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Acuity to Provide Nearly $20 Million in Relief to Auto Customers

To assist customers affected by the COVID-19 crisis, Acuity is discounting our personal auto rates, subject to regulatory approval. This reduction will benefit existing as well as new policyholders and provide nearly $20 million to our personal lines customers. Acuity carefully considered a number of different options for providing rate relief to customers. Ultimately, we […]

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COVID Announcement from Progressive Insurance

Progressive to credit approximately $1 billion in premium to customers April 08, 2020 Today we announced that we’re providing credits of approximately $1 billion in premium to Progressive personal auto customers as a result of fewer claims that come with less frequent driving. Subject to approval by state regulators, Progressive personal auto customers who have […]

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COVID Announcement from Safeco Insurance

A message about how we’re supporting our customers during the Coronavirus At Safeco, the well-being of our customers and employees is always our top priority. We recognize the uncertainty and financial challenges many of you are facing as the nation bands together to slow the spread of coronavirus. To help our customers, we have taken […]

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COVID Announcement from Auto Owners Insurance

Special Announcement from Auto Owners Insurance Special COVID-19 Personal Auto Premium Refund Program Due to a reduction in travel across the nation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we (Auto Owners Insurance) will be providing a 15% premium refund to our personal automobile policyholders for the months of April and May. This refund will be processed […]

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New Location

21 Mar 2018 | Under Uncategorized | Posted by | 2 Comments

Billups, Snyder & Associates has joined forces with Insurance Management Associates in Lee’s Summit. Both locations and staff will remain the same, but service and options will increase for clients of both agencies.

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