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Old 10-27-2004, 01:33 PM
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Connecticut plowing contractors need your suggestions

I am looking to change insurance. I won't mention the company or why I am looking to change.

What I need from my fellow Connecticut Plowing contractors are some insurance companies that you deal with, so I can contact them about a price quote.

One company that was mentioned in a thread here or at that other site had no clue... the female agent I talked to didnt seem to understand that I was looking for commercial auto insurance and a commercial general liability policy to cover me for slip and falls etc.

She wanted to know how many drivers were in my HOUSEHOLD because they would have to rate my HOUSEHOLD and the Drivers in my Household. Then she said I would have to be with them a year before they could write a commercial policy for me ??????????? and guess what they blamed it on....

YEP, 9/11 They blamed it on 9/11. I told her I wasn't insuring a 100 story commercial skyscraper, just a 2000 GMC pickup and my A$$ .


Can you guys recommend any reliable/ knowledgeable/ plow savy insurance companies here in CT?
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Old 10-27-2004, 02:02 PM
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Farm Family in Southington Ct. Talk to Michelle Rosa tel her I sent you and you and let us know how you did.
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Old 10-27-2004, 02:31 PM
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I second Farm Family, they are about 800ft from my shop and most landscapers/snowplowers around our town use them, they know what you are looking for.
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Old 10-27-2004, 03:01 PM
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Thanks Guys, I'll call Michelle tomorrow.
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Old 11-10-2004, 11:43 AM
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I also am shopping for insurance. This year it's $710 for 6 months for the commercial truck and $1,300 for general liability for 12 months. I will put both on monthly payments and cancell in April. Let's hope it snows! I spoke to three agents, one gave me the above quote, one would not offer me any quote and one would quote me on the commercial policy but laughed at giving me a general liability policy he suggested I not get it. I only do driveways, not lots or roads.
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