We have a client portal where you can log in and view all of your insurance policies online! Our agency client portal is easy to use and allows you to access any of your policies, regardless of which company they are insured with. You can also print ID Cards, evidence of insurance, or request a […]
Your insurance policy is up for renewal but what does that mean? Does your policy renew automatically? Do we review things for you? What about home remodels, changes in drivers, or how many miles you drive? Here at Atkinson Insurance Group, we have an internal renewal process. Kelli pulls a daily report of all upcoming […]
Our agency is licensed to do business in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Arizona! This means that we can still provide insurance protection for you if you buy a vacation home, relocate or retire to one of those places. You may know how much we love to do business by referral, but now you know you […]
We are an independent insurance agency. We operate a little differently from captive insurance agencies. Captive insurance agents are employed by the insurance company and can only represent that insurance company’s offerings. We, on the other hand, operate independently of the insurance companies. We choose which companies we want to represent and they choose us! […]
Your personal auto insurance policy does NOT automatically extend coverage for delivery drivers or those of you driving for Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft. In fact, all of our personal auto insurance companies exclude coverage for anyone driving their vehicle for delivery purposes such as Pizza, Uber Eats, Door Dash, etc. Call us right […]
On June 20, 2021, some big changes are hitting insurance carriers and their members in Washington state. These changes are due to an emergency order that was passed in March by the state’s Insurance Commissioner, Mike Kreidler. The order prohibits insurance carriers from using a person’s credit information when determining their policy, rates, and underwriting. Rates for some will increase considerably, while others may see a slight reduction.
The Department of Transportation has partnered with Oregon law enforcement agencies to exercise discretion in their enforcement of driver licenses, vehicle registrations, and trip permits that expire during the COVID-19 emergency.