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Auto/Motorcycles/Boats

Protecting your peace of mind -- at E & J Insurance, Inc., we take it very seriously. We offer the strength of national insurance products with the flexibility and accessibility of local office. This means the best of both worlds for you: a full line of nationally-backed, premier auto insurance products at competitive value, delivered with a personal touch. Learn how E & J Insurance Agency takes care of its customers.

Property and Casualty

Homeowners policies are used to insure single-family or duplex homes that are occupied by the owner. The homeowners policy typically includes coverage for the dwelling, other structures, contents, loss of use, and personal liability.

Life and Health

Life insurance is chosen based on the needs and goals of the owner. Term life insurance generally provides protection for a set period of time, while permanent insurance, such as whole and universal life, provides lifetime coverage. It's important to note that death benefits from all types of life insurance are generally income tax-free.

Alliant Employee Benefits Hires Kristofak in Virginia

Alliant Employee Benefits has hired Bob Kristofak. Kristofak is from the Richmond, Va.-area and will serve as Alliant Employee Benefits’ new senior vice president, working with a portfolio of clients to provide strategic employee benefits that reduce spending, increase performance … Source: Insurance News

Exxon Still Isn’t Complying With Climate Subpoenas, New York Says

Exxon Mobil Corp. is refusing to turn over documents crucial to New York’s investigation into whether the oil giant’s public statements about climate change misled investors, the state’s top lawyer said. Exxon hasn’t complied with subpoenas for cash-flow projections reflecting … Source: Insurance News

Boston to Sue Drug Companies Over Opioids Epidemic

Boston is retaining a law firm to sue pharmaceutical companies for damages from the deadly opioid epidemic. Democratic Mayor Marty Walsh announced Tuesday he’s tapped Motley Rice and expects the South Carolina law firm will file litigation by the fall. … Source: Insurance News