|231 G Street, Suite 1|
|in Court 'N Cedar|
|Mon-Fri 8:30am to 5:00pm|
|Saturday & Evenings by Appointment|
Heather Copeland is one of the State Farm Insurance agents in town. Her stated mission "is to help people manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected and realize their dreams." Although the name makes it sound as though it's a one-woman show, other agents work in her office.
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2010-01-31 21:57:25 Heather's great to work with. A couple of weeks ago we had an incident in the snow on Highway 4 and needed a tow out of a ditch. State Farm took care of the tow cost, and Steve Sottana, one of Heather's agents, took great care of us. He had a lot of advice on how to cover ourselves from potential liability in case anyone tried to file false claims (people will sometimes look up accident reports and claim that some random accident was the cause of some injury, even though they weren't anywhere near it). They took good care of us.
Both my wife's family and mine have been with State Farm for decades, so we have really fantastic rates with them—more than $400/year cheaper just for my car (2006 CRV, nothing fancy) than Geico or All State according to their quotes. The wife's Camry is likely similar, although I didn't get quotes on it. You also don't need AAA (other than for member discounts) with State Farm, since they'll cover tows, locksmiths, and all that jazz. One other thing to note, you can get a $85/yr renter's insurance policy that gives you something like $20k coverage, and get a $125/yr discount on your car insurance. Free renter's insurance AND a $40 discount on your car insurance? Well, if you're going to twist my arm... oh, and the renter's insurance premiums carry over partially as a discount on homeowner's insurance once you buy! —TomGarberson