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Property & Casualty Insurance in Vidalia
Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
Allstate Insurance Companies - Independent Agent- Vidalia - Vidalia, GA - Phone: (912) 537-7555
B. Dennis Banks Agency - Vidalia, GA - Phone: (912) 537-8831
GA Farm Bureau of Toombs County - Vidalia, GA - Phone: (912) 538-7400
Murray Bishop & Stevens Inc - Vidalia, GA - Phone: (912) 537-9011
Southeastern Insurance Services Inc - Vidalia, GA - Phone: (912) 537-7738
Southern Harvest Insurance Agency Inc - Vidalia, GA - Phone: (912) 537-9761
ZORN & Son Insurance Agency Inc - Vidalia, GA - Phone: (912) 537-7951
Helpful Definition for: Property & Casualty Insurance
Vidalia has a number of property and casualty insurance options available. The former is for protection of one's property against a number of risks, such as fire, theft and some weather damage. It can also be for cars and businesses. This kind of insurnace can be of two types- with the risks and covers specifically mentioned, or open, general policy (some exceptions and riders are almost always there, however). Casualty insurance, on the other hand, is protection for a person or business against legal liability for losses or injuries caused to another person or business. Both of these insurances in Vidalia can be taken on an either personal or commercial basis. The cover can be for replacement cost, actual cash value or extended replacement cost. A number of plans and payout options are available.
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