Cochrane Insurance Agency Newsletter
MARCH 2012
I hope that you find these articles of interest. If you have a topic for future discussion, please let me know. Please call anytime we can answer questions or be of help with your business or personal insurance needs.

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Rick Cochrane
Cochrane Insurance Agency
1075 N. Rodney ste 106
Helena, MT 59601

406-442-6700
cochraneinsurance@msn.com
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Did you know ...
Our office operates differently than most Insurance Agencies. We do not have any commissioned salespeople. Everyone is paid a salary rather than commission. We do this to make sure that your best interest always comes first rather than a paycheck. We are all Licensed Customer Service Representatives FIRST and then we have additional duties.

Be involved in your teenager's life; talk to them about safe driving habits.

The statistics about teenage drivers aren't good. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), 16-year-olds get into accidents almost six times more often than drivers between the age of 30 and 59. No wonder car insurance premiums are so high for this age group.


Auto Insurance Shopping Make Easy

When it comes to auto insurance, you want to be well covered if you get in an accident, but you also need to make sure your rate is affordable. Unfortunately many people are paying more than they have to, simply because they don't want to spend time shopping for car insurance. Cochrane Insurance Agency can make the process much easier for you.


Road Trips: Be Prepared for Anything

Having an emergency preparedness kit in your car is sort of like having good insurance. You hope you'll never need it—but boy are you glad it's there on road trips if you have an accident or need to help others.


Tips to Protect Your Home in Winter

Winter weather can be severe throughout many parts of the United States. Here are tips to help you prevent – and deal with – the damaging effects of snow and ice.

 


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