Biggs Joins Alliant Insurance Services

Biggs Insurance Services is now part of Alliant Insurance Services, a national leader in insurance and employee benefits consulting. This partnership allows us to further broaden our reach and offer an all-inclusive approach to planning with best-in-class consulting services and innovative insurance products. Alliant’s vast array of resources and longstanding excellence in the market allows us to provide an even higher level of service, strength, and sophistication to our diverse client base.

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Insurance can protect your pandemic renovations

Did you undertake any renovation projects while COVID kept you at home? Make sure you've alerted your agent, and consider reading this short article from our friends at Cincinnati detailing what to expect from remodeling an existing space vs. adding a space. If you...

Tips to help keep employees and visitors safe in parking lots

Does your business have a connected parking lot? It can be a super handy amenity, but it does present its own set of problems - reports of slip-and-fall incidents have risen over the past decade, according to our friends at Travelers. Here are some common-sense tips...

Staff Spotlight: Amber Rucker

Every month we like to introduce one of our staff members so you can get to know them better. This month we spoke to Amber, an Account Manager in Personal Lines - she told us about her time in the Girl Scouts, the final straw that made her leave her first job at...

It’s (mostly) okay to pass on premium gasoline

With gas prices at alarming highs lately, those of us who tend to spring for Premium out of a vague sense that it's better for your car might be second-guessing themselves a bit. A PEMCO poll found that 24% of respondents didn't have any real idea what should go in...

Business expense deductions that can lower your tax bill

It's nearly tax season! If you're a business owner feeling baffled by all the different expenses out there, check out this thorough list from our partners at The Hartford, which groups them into easy-to-grasp categories and subcategories. It costs money to make money,...

Older homes: hidden gems, or hidden pitfalls?

As lovely as older homes can be, there are several things to be mindful of that can add significant costs and even make it tricky to secure home insurance. Make sure your inspector checks for these six types of issues, described here by our friends at Cincinnati....

Staff Spotlight: Megan Ferdig

Every month we like to introduce one of our staff members so you can get to know them better. This month we spoke to Megan, an Assistant Account Manager in Commercial Lines - she told us about her resolution to bake her way through an entire cookbook (GBBO fans, take...

Staff Spotlight: Irish Acevedo

Every month we like to introduce one of our staff members so you can get to know them better. This month we spoke to Irish, an Account Associate in Employee Benefits - she told us about her photography endeavors, the baby shower her teammates threw her (featuring an...

Theft of items from vehicles in Vancouver – make sure you have the right coverage

According to our claims manager, theft of items from vehicles has really been on the rise lately here in Vancouver. In light of this, it seemed like a good time to acquaint everyone with a type of insurance called inland marine. An ounce of prevention Before we dive...

More NW residents feel comfortable taking sick days now compared to before the pandemic

One upshot to the pandemic? People in the PNW are more comfortable taking a sick day - at least according to this poll from our friends at PEMCO, which also explores different age demographics'  views on guilt related to calling out sick, and whether they've felt...