September is a month of reflection for me. Sept 11th is a day I pray is never repeated in any way on our soil. We have all heard stories of those that served our country that day and since. These are the heroes in my mind along with the survivors who dealt with the aftermath. These people were strong and courageous. The families, children, coworkers, people of all walks of life that found a way to support one another. I’m sure that day, each year, brings back many emotions for those most close to that horrible event.
I also reflect knowing this is Life Insurance Awareness month. Each year our industry shares many stories about the need for life protection. Here’s the stats based on LIMRA’s 2018 Insurance Barometer Study: about 60% of people have some type of life coverage, but among those 1 in 5 say they don’t have enough. Also interesting, consumers overestimate the cost of life protection (we design plans that fit your NEEDS and BUDGET!). Protect your loved ones and business partners folks! Its easy to do and the survivors will be ever so thankful! Also please read the section below regarding Wills. This is a VERY important part of the life planning. We’re happy to refer out estate attorneys we have relationships with as well..just ask!
This time of year I start to evaluate my accomplishments for the year…what have I accomplished and what is still eluding me, my mindset (which needs tweaking as usual 😊) and what continual steps can I take to improve as a leader. I think its important to do this often. Do a self check, improve your mindset, situation or get the coverage you need to protect your family. Its that time of year for change…Fall is coming and not a moment too soon. As the leaves change from green to red and orange be sure to do a family checkup. Get the coverage you need, update or start the Will and thank someone. Give ‘em a hug from 6 ft apart …and oh yea….do so with a mask on!
I look forward to serving you. Stay healthy!
The first time I say Amy in-person since March…5 months!!
Celebrating my niece’s wedding with Michelle and Bailey.
My parents, Herb and Faye.
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Life Insurance Awareness Month
We’re a proud supporter of Life Insurance Awareness Month during September!
It serves as a great reminder to insure what matters most—with life insurance. #LIAM20
When asked why they don’t have life insurance, almost four in 10 (38%) said it would be too expensive. However, survey results show most people probably overestimate the cost.
The good news? Life insurance is probably more affordable than you think. Estimate your coverage with ERIE’s life insurance calculator, or contact us today and we can provide you with a customized proposal based on your specific circumstances (and budget).
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Every time you send a friend our way, Trey Siner Insurance Group donates to a partner non-profit.
We believe in serving our community and are here to protect what matters most.
AND to thank YOU for your referrals, each one earns you an entry into our monthly drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card! Yes, that’s right…
We have increased the gift because You are Worth It!!
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Roofing insurance claims can be complicated. That’s why it’s so important to have the right homeowners coverage for your roof.
Replacing a roof is one of the most expensive home projects a homeowner will encounter. According to Home Advisor, the 2020 national average a homeowner will spend on installing a new roof is more than $8,000.
While you can save up over months or years to replace an old roof, sudden damage from something like a windstorm doesn’t give you that option. Don’t wait until you need to submit a claim to understand what your policy can – and can’t – pay to replace. Keep reading for general answers to a few common questions. As always, your local Erie Insurance agent can give you more specific information (including a free quote customized just for your home).
Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta
30-minute Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta. Tasty pasta made with sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, and topped with a creamy dairy-free sauce and crushed red peppers. This pasta is family-friendly and simple to whip up for dinner.
Gluten-free? Substitute the pasta and flour to make the entire dish gluten-free. Not a fan of spicy food? Cut out the crushed red peppers and add dried oregano or dried basil instead.
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Why Do I Need a Will?
“Six out of 10 people don’t have a will.1 If you’re reading this, you probably don’t have one either—and you’re probably wondering if that’s the best category to be in.
Spoiler alert: It isn’t.
The reality is, 100% of people have a terminal condition. We know that’s not a cheerful way to start off, but it’s true. One hundred percent of people are going to pass away, hopefully after a long, fulfilling life surrounded by people they love.
And that’s why a will matters—because of the people you love.
We’re going to break down exactly what a will can do to protect you, your family and your stuff, so you’ll never have to wonder, “Why do I need a will?” again.”
Of course, working from home has pros and cons. It also raises serious questions like what would happen if an employee becomes injured while performing work at home.
5 Work-From-Home Ergonomic Mistakes (And How to Fix Them)
Allowing employees to work remotely has helped business owners in many industries avoid shutting down during the current COVID-19 pandemic. But while many companies have worked to ensure their employees have the technology to work remotely, there’s one important factor that business owners often overlook: ergonomics.
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