|Posted on April 18, 2019 at 1:50 PM||comments (12)|
Hi friend, I have exciting news. You know the expression "Don't quit your day job"? Well..... I'm doing just that! I love my insurance business and my clients but I think I have an important role to fill at the Board of Supervisors for Mendocino County and I am going to direct my attention to the upcoming election in March of 2020. I wanted to reach out to you right away before you hear any rumors. I will continue working to close out my business to make sure that my clients have all the support that they need. In the mean time I look forward to sharing more about this exciting adventure with you. Please make sure you like and follow https://www.facebook.com/mo4mendo Have a successful day! - Mo
|Posted on September 11, 2017 at 8:40 AM||comments (0)|
When you are in the insurance industry dealing with claims and accidents is all part of the job.
When a pedestrian it is hit there is much more at stake.
Please take the time to learn more about Vision Zero, Why we have speed limits and what you can do to help.
|Posted on April 26, 2017 at 12:20 AM||comments (0)|
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|Posted on April 20, 2017 at 12:10 AM||comments (0)|
As the Cannabis Industry changes and folks move in to a more regulated State of California I want to make sure that you know there is a local insurance resource in Mendocino, Humboldt and Lake County
Please don't hesitate to email ([email protected]) or call with questions 707-391-3664
|Posted on April 9, 2017 at 11:45 PM||comments (0)|
I have built my business on creating personal relationships.
Always happy to help other local businesses and non-profits get connected!
|Posted on September 26, 2016 at 4:25 PM||comments (1)|
CONNECT INSURANCE - MAUREEN MULHEREN·
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2016
WHAT is WALKTOBER?
It is simply a time when each of us can dedicate ourselves to walking more for improved health*
WHAT is THE CHALLENGE?
Walk every day during the month of October
Fall is in the air, making for perfect walking temperatures. And what better way to get moving as a community, than to start walking more often! Join with participating employer wellness groups and individuals across Mendocino County to work towards improving our fitness through walking more every day. · Gather friends, family, and coworkers to join you in walking more in October · Make sure you have comfortable, supportive walking shoes, sunscreen, and a water bottle · Set goals for yourself that make sense for you.
Check out the goal-setting worksheet on www.healthymendocino.org/walktober ·
Begin walking – a little or a lot – every day 0
|Posted on August 12, 2016 at 3:15 PM||comments (0)|
Things to keep in, keep out of your glove compartment
Wednesday, January 09, 2013 3:02:40 PM
What's in your glove compartment? Organizing this convenient catch-all can save you time and aggravation if you're in a car accident. Or it can give a car thief everything he needs to know to steal your identity.
Instead of stuffing it with napkins, ketchup packets and breath mints, turn your glove box into a useful tool. Not all items belong in it. Your address and other identifying information make certain paperwork prime material for thieves to find out where you live, for example.
Here's what the experts say you should keep stashed in your glove compartment and what you should leave at home or in your wallet.
DO NOT keep in your glove compartment
1. Personal papers.
Never leave anything with personal or identifying information -- such as credit card bills -- in your glove compartment, says Frank Scafidi, a spokesman for the nonprofit National Insurance Crime Bureau. "It’s just too easy for thieves to take your ID and use it to make phony credit cards, loan applications -- you name it," he says.
2. Vehicle registration.
While vehicle registration papers must be presented when asked for by a law enforcement officer, you do not need to store the originals in your glove compartment. Instead, keep a copy in your wallet next to your driver’s license, Scafidi says.
Stashing any kind of receipts also can cause problems. Some establishments print receipts with a customer's full name, home address, email address and even credit card number. Any information that may be associated with your residence should not be stored in your glove compartment.
4. Driver's license.
Keep it, along with your original registration, in your wallet to avoid identity theft.
5. Vehicle title.
Your car's title should be stored in a safe place, not your glove compartment. If it's stolen, your title could be used to create fraudulent titles to help sell stolen cars, Scafidi says.
6. Checkbook and wallet.
Both may enable a thief to steal your identity along with your bank account numbers.
Do keep in your glove compartment
1. Proof of car insurance.
A card issued by your car insurance company proves that you have insurance coverage for your vehicle, including the minimum amount of liability insurance required by state law, says Loretta Worters, vice president of the nonprofit Insurance Information Institute. Forty-eight states require a certain amount of auto liability insurance.
|Posted on January 19, 2016 at 1:50 PM||comments (0)|
Five reasons to choose a Local Insurance Agent
L- Lasting dedication. Someone that is in your community for the long haul and doesn't want to come and make a quick sale and leave
O - Office - location, location and agent with a store front near your home or business
C - Customer service you can touch - literally a hand shake away.
A - Accountability- I see you at the grocery store, at PTA, its a small town! I want to make sure you are covered so that I am confident when I see you in our day to day life that you trust me with your business
L - Love selling insurance. I have a true passion for making sure people are covered and have what they need from me as an agent
|Posted on December 28, 2015 at 7:55 PM||comments (1)|
Renters insurance is often overlooked. People tend to think that this value of their belongings is not very much. The reality is when you look around your house to replace those things would be a lot more than you could probably afford to just go out and do. We are fortunate that we have a very generous community, and you would likely be able to have fundraisers to replace some of your belongings however wouldn't it be nice just to be able to go out and buy everything brand-new. Renters insurance is very affordable usually priced about $12 a month which is just the price of the three coffees surely you can give that up for the peace of mind that the renters insurance would bring.