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Insurance Services Group Hopes to Inspire on Giving Tuesday

SEATTLE, Wash. – Insurance Services Group is committed to giving back and supporting our local communities and Giving Tuesday is the perfect time to remind ourselves what this season is truly about. Over the last few...

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How Much is Enough? Underinsurance Questions Raised Following Massive Wildfires

SEATTLE, Wash. – A recent article published in the Insurance Business Editor raised some very interesting questions for both insurance agents and clients following the deadly wildfires in California. As of Sunday, news...

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Vote: Get Insured "Gnome" Matter What

EDMONDS, Wash. - Insurance Services Group is participating in the Edmonds Historical Museum’s 6th Annual Scarecrow Festival. This year, the insurance “Gnomies” are helping our team spread the word about the importance...

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Faulty Smoke Alarms Sold, Company Announces Recall

Check your smoke detectors – that’s the word of caution by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission after a manufacturing glitch was found in a Kidde dual-sensor smoke alarm.According to the recall, a yellow cap left...

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Insurance Services Group Agent Earns Outstanding Regional Award

MOUNT VERNON, Wash. – At Insurance Services Group (ISG), we are committed to providing expert guidance to our clients. That is why we are so pleased to announce that Crystal Edwards, from our Mount Vernon office...

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Live Local: Why it Matters for Independent Insurance Agents

SEATTLE, Wash. – With offices in Edmonds, Sequim, Lacey, and Port Hadlock, how and where people choose to spend their money matters to our team and our business. The term “Shop Local” is pretty easy to understand – you...

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No more warnings; New distracted driving law in full effect

SEATTLE, Wash. – The grace period is over – that’s the warning from state troopers this month as they start cracking down on distracted drivers. Drivers are no longer allowed to hold cell phones while on the road. Your...

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