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The car insurance blog helps consumers easily find the best insurance. We share analytics and insights about car insurance coverage that’s best for you. Most importantly, we don’t sell insurance, or get paid on the sale of insurance. Our motivation is help consumers.

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How Do I Prepare For Climate Change And Extreme Weather?

The world climate is a hot topic, pun intended. Here at ValChoice, we want you to know how climate change and extreme weather are impacting you. Whether you are a homeowner, or just a concerned citizen, this post shows how climate change and extreme weather is impacting you, your family and your home. Summary of […]

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Kent Shantz

View from the Helm of a “Sleeping Giant” – Kent Shantz

Kent Shantz has been blessed with much good fortune in his career. Kent’s hard work; focus on building strong relationships and “just doing the right thing” have undoubtedly been significant contributors to this good fortune. This article chronicles Kent’s career from his start as an independent agent through to his role as President and CEO […]

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How State Farm Won By Paying $250 Million Fine

Less than one week before a trial was slated to begin in federal court in East St. Louis Illinois, State Farm settled with the plaintiffs’ attorneys. The customers suing State Farm were seeking $1 billion in damages, plus interest and penalties. In total, the settlement could have gone as high as $8.5 billion. Rather than […]

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Ask around to find the best insurance

Should I ask around to find the best car and home insurance?

Advice to “ask around” is included in many articles and blog posts on how to shop for the best car and home insurance. However, asking around is pretty close to a waste of time. Therefore, at ValChoice we offer a better solution. To “ask around,” how many people would you have to ask? Let’s go straight […]

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