“Blue Streak”

Central Insurance Companies

“Blue Streak” is a special Central Insurance Companies personal lines priority service program provided to selected agents who have consistently maintained high professional standards.  Our agency is “one of the best” and has a proven track record of outstanding performance with Central.

Our agents have been designated as priority “Blue Streak” representatives. The purpose of the “Blue Streak” program is simple – to provide Central’s very best service to the customers of Central’s best agents.

Our agents have received special training as part of the “Blue Streak” program that translates into priority attention to our business on policy issuance, policy changes, claims, and more.

Central was founded in 1876 and over those years has been a service-oriented company. That service philosophy continues today.

General, Umbrella Insurance

What is Umbrella Insurance?

Do you own a home? Do you have retirement accounts? Stocks? CDs? Do you ever travel outside the country? Does your income level, combined wages or future earnings make you a target? If the answer is ‘yes’ to any of these questions then you may want to consider Umbrella Insurance.

Umbrella Insurance provides additional liability protection above and beyond the standard limits of your primary policies. The term “umbrella” is used because it covers liability claims from all policies underneath it, such as auto insurance and homeowners insurance policies.

Imagine if your dog were to bite a neighbor’s child. Or if there’s an accident on your rental property. Or a fire in your condo spreads to other units. What would happen if you or a family member missed a stop sign and struck and killed a pedestrian? If any of these things happened to you, there’s a good chance your current liability limits wouldn’t be adequate to protect your assets—or your future earnings.

Give us a call to discuss your policy and ways to protect your assets and your future. – Kalmbaugh Insurance Agency, Inc.

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