At TCI we have a team specializing in personal insurance that understands your family, home, vehicles, and valuables are to be given the finest protection available.
We offer a comprehensive personal insurance portfolio to ensure that all your personal treasures are protected in the exact manner that meets your individual needs.
There are many options to consider when purchasing auto insurance. Some are required by law or your lender, while others are optional. A TCI Insurance agent will work with you to determine which coverages are right for you.
Whether you own or rent your home, it’s a place that is important to you and should be protected. TCI Insurance agents will work with you to develop a homeowners, renters, or mobile home policy tailored specifically for where you live and the possessions you’d like to protect.
It’s important to know your level of flood risk. Standard homeowners and renters insurance policies do not include flood loss. In fact, many specifically exclude it. Even those living in areas with low to moderate flood risk may still be at risk for water backup or sewer overflow.
If you own a rental or income property and are acting as a landlord, you’ll want to look into dwelling fire coverage to protect yourself from damages and income loss that could result from renting your property. A TCI Insurance agent can help ease your worry.
Before your adventure can begin, you’ll need proof of insurance. Whether your recreational vehicle was built for the road, the water, or the snow, we can help you insure it. We’ll help you find the right coverage for your motorhome, motorcycle, ATV, boat, watercraft, or snowmobile.
Jewelry, Furs, Firearms, Other Valuables
Most standard homeowners and renters policies have limits on the amount of personal property protected. If your valuables exceed these limits, you might want to consider additional coverage.
Nobody expects to be the target of a lawsuit, but it can happen to anyone at any time. If you’re held legally liable for damages that exceed your current auto or homeowners insurance coverage, an umbrella policy can help cover these expenses.