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Auto /Vehicle Insurance  - Whatever vehicle you drive, you must to have insurance to protect you from any unexpected expenses of accidents whether caused by you or another driver. Because motorcycle accidents can be very expensive, you'll want to make sure that you are adequately covered for any accidents that occur when you are driving vehicles such as Cars, Motorcycles, Jet Skis, Recreational Vehicles, Boats, and etc.

Renter's Insurance - By purchasing renters insurance, your possessions are covered against losses from fire or smoke, lightning, vandalism, theft, explosion, windstorm and water damage (not including floods). Like homeowners insurance, renters insurance also covers your responsibility to other people injured at your home or elsewhere by you, a family member or your pet and pays legal defense costs if you are taken to court.

Home Insurance - Home insurance, or homeowners insurance is an insurance policy that combines insurance on the home, its contents, and, often, the other personal possessions of the homeowner(s), in addition to liability insurance for accidents that may happen on the homeowners property. This policy DOES NOT cover flood or earthquake risk and those policies must be purchased separately.

Rental Dwellings - Property that you buy and then rent out or lease to others on an annual basis. This policy provides dwelling coverage for fire and water loss. Liability protection is another feature of this policy.

Personal Liability Umbrella - this is "excess liability" you may purchase which provides additional liability over and above the liability limits on your residence and auto insurance policies. You must maintain certain levels of liability coverage on the residence and auto policies to qualify for an umbrella policy. Rental properties may also be protected under an umbrella policy as long as the liability on the rental property policy also meets certain guidelines. A personal liability umbrella is an inexpensive way to purchase excess liability protection. Your driving record and age are important factors in the overall cost of an umbrella.

Commercial General Liability - Liability insurance covers injuries that you cause to third parties. If someone sues you for personal injuries or property damage, the cost of defending and resolving the suit would be covered by your liability insurance policy. More specialized varieties of liability insurance include:

  • Errors and Omissions Insurance
  • Malpractice Insurance
  • Commercial Automobile Insurance
  • Directors' and Officers' Liability Insurance

Business Owner's - A business owner's policy (BOP) has been compared to a homeowner's policy for business. Typically a BOP policy includes:  General Liability, Business Personal Property, Business Interruption insurance, Loss of Business income, Hired/Non-Owned Auto

Worker's Compensation - Provides compensation and/or medical care for employees who are injured in the course of employment. Also provides additional protection called Employers Liability in case they are sued as a result of negligence causing the employee's injury.

Commercial Auto - An auto insurance policy designed to protect all the vehicles used in the course of doing business. The policy provides liability in the event your employee is involved in an accident and hurts someone and or does physical damage to the other vehicle. The limits of liability required may depend on the use of the vehicle or even the gross vehicle weight. Some companies allow or will provide coverage for commercial auto polices even if the vehicles are used for personal use.

Commercial Property Insurance - Commercial Property Insurance is a must for your business. It is important to protect your property, equipment, and supplies from potential hazards and loss.

Excess Liability -  This policy kicks in when your primary Business Office Policy has exceeded its limits of liability. The commercial umbrella policy has an option where defense cost may or may not be included in the limits of coverage.

Life Insurance - Life insurance protects those that depend on your paycheck. If you die prematurely, life insurance provides your dependents with ongoing income to replace yours. It can also provide a timely emergency fund for medical, legal, and funeral costs, should family savings not be adequate to cover them. The most common types of life insurance are term life, whole life, and universal life insurance.

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Family Insurance Agency Corp
2915 Hunter Mill Rd Suite 19 Oakton
VA 22124

703-941-4949 Local
703-941-4743 Fax

[email protected]

Coverage's We Offer

We offer all types of property, vehicle, and business insurance such as: