AAG Insurance Longview Branch


We are very pleased to announce that AAG has acquired a branch office in Longview WA.  Mosby Insurance has become AAG Insurance.

The office is at the same location…

1210 Commerce Ave
Longview, WA 98632

Phone: 509-412-3521

We also want to offer a warm  welcome to our new AAG team:  Neely Lorimer, Longview Branch Manager,  and her assistant,  Deanna Snow !!  Welcome to the Team!  The clients of Mosby Insurance, will continue to receive the same great service they have been getting, by the same agents.  Nothing will change, except future paperwork will be branded with AAG Insurance instead of Mosby.  We look forward to serving all your insurance needs.

Longview Insurance Agency

Longview Insurance


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What is Thermage?


We have a page on our website that is an excellent reference for several medical spa insurance terms.  Thermage is an extremely non-invasive, and safe cosmetic procedure that has been clinically proven to assist in smoothing skin, which has flaws, for an overall younger looking appearance.  Learn more here …

We are the experts in all things insurance within the medical spa community.  If your med spa preforms this, or any other procedure, we can help you with your business insurance needs.  Our experts are quick to respond, so give us a call.


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Washington Wildfire Season


Wildfires in Washington state are no joke.  This year we have not had as scary of a wildfire season as last year, but please take precautions to avoid accidentally sparking one up.  In Spokane, temperatures have been in the mid-ninety’s lately.  Yesterday, I was on the north-side of Spokane when I saw smoke in the back ally of the establishment I was visiting.  As it turns out, newly applied mulch had heated up to an extreme point and spontaneously combusted.  It did not just ignite in one spot, but rather the entire surface was ablaze.

Check out this resource for Wildfire safety tips

And to all the fire fighters putting their lives in danger to ensure our safety…be safe.

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Washington Wildfire


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Great seeing our friend Steve Emtman make is television debut.


Great seeing our friend Steve Emtman make is television debut.

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Spokane Recognized for Car Insurance Affordability


Spokane Recognized for Car Insurance Affordability

NerdWallet looks at the impact of location on car insurance premiums

 San Francisco, CA (February 12, 2014) – NerdWallet, a consumer advocacy website, recently conducted a study to find the places with the cheapest car insurance premiums in the United States – and Spokane is in the top 10.  AAG Insurance is pleased to be bringing you the findings.

Using the profile of a 26-year-old male who drives a 2012 Toyota Camry and has no history of accidents, they analyzed premiums in the largest 125 U.S. cities to find the places with the least expensive car insurance.  Spokane had some of the cheapest car insurance rates nationwide.

They discovered the following:

  • Premiums can increase dramatically depending on the location: Detroit’s average annual premium, $10,723.22, is more than eight times higher than that of Spokane.
  • State laws can play a major role in car insurance rates: The most expensive cities for car insurance are all in states with no-fault car insurance laws.

It was determined that Spokane has the ninth least expensive car insurance premiums in the nation. The average annual car insurance premium in Spokane is $1,307.68.

Other metropolitan areas that made the list include Boise (ID), Rochester (NY), and Charlotte (NC).

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Medical Spa Insurance


When one of our clients take the time to send us a written testimonial, I always love to share it…

“Throughout the process, Jason Kunz at AAG Insurance impressed me as someone who wanted to do good work, not just sell me a policy. After seeing the quotes, everything was in good order and his pricing was considerably less than anyone else, and did not lower the coverage limits. I look forward to working with Jason for a long time.”

Dr. Chris Elder, MD
Doctors Doctor Medical Staffing, LLC
Houston, TX

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Medical Spa Insurance Director

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Do I need to Insure a Golf Cart?


Every year in Spokane, WA the city hosts a Golf & Travel Show, which I look forward to every year.   Try out the newest golf technology, swing some new clubs, and get a taste of the game I love during the cold winter months.   Being the social media savvy person I am, I decided to tweet about the Spokane Golf Show and make a comment about how we insure golf carts for several of our clients and the importance of doing so.

I apologize if you don’t speak twittereese, but here is the conversation.

I posted… “#Spokane Golf Show… Insurance and golf carts. #blog

They responded… @AAGInsurance : “Never thought about insuring a golf cart!”

I responded… @SpokaneGolfShow: “Yes, we insure lots. It could flip, injure, or get stolen. VERY cheap to add”

So, I wanted to back up my statement on golf cart insurance being cheap to add to a policy, so I had one of the great agents I work with call Mutual of Enumclaw (MOE), a highly respected and phenomenal insurance carrier to work with, to confirm my statement.  I was told that we could add the golf cart policy as an “inland marine”  addition.  That is the same type of policy used to add jewelry, guns, or fine art to a home insurance policy.

MOE gave me some rough estimates based on a golf cart being worth $5,000  (*this is not official, and can change due to numerous factors).

Deductible = $100    –> est $70/year   ($5.83/mo)

Deductible = $250    –> est $56/year    ($4.67/mo)

Deductible = $500    –> est $45.50/year    ($3.79/mo)

You need to think WHAT IF.   WHAT IF your golf cart flips over?  WHAT IF your cart is stolen?  Anything is possible.  For just a few dollars a month, you can protect your assets, and keep your mind at ease in case the worst happens.

Call AAG Insurance for all your insurance needs including golf cart insurance.

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Important Thanksgiving Safety Tips


Top tips for a safe Thanksgiving Holiday!

  • It is important to stay in the kitchen while you are cooking on the stove so you can constantly keep an eye on the food.
  • Stay in the home when cooking your turkey and check on it frequently.
  • Keep children away from the stove. Stove are hot and kids need to stay at least 3 feet away.
  • Make sure kids stay away from hot food and liquids. The steam or splash from vegetables, gravy or coffee could cause serious burns.
  • Keep the floor clear so you don’t trip over kids, toys, pocketbooks or bags.
  • Always keep sharp knives out of the reach of children.
  • Be sure electric cords from an electric knife, coffee maker, plate warmer or mixer are not dangling off the counter within easy reach of a child.
  • Keep matches and utility lighters out of the reach of children.  You can always keep dangerous materials locked up in a cabinet or garage.
  • It is imperative that you never leave children alone in room with a lit a candle.
  • Finally, you need to make certain your smoke alarms are working. Test them by pushing the test button.  Make sure they have new batteries.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving from AAG Insurance!!!

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Life Insurance Coverage


Consider Your Life Insurance Coverage
Life changes. When it does, your insurance probably should, too.

  • New Debt
  • Buying a new home, refinancing or making a big purchase can all increase financial responsibilities.
  • Marriage
  • Newlyweds typically want to make sure a surviving spouse will be able to pay the bills and send the kids to college.
  • New Baby
  • Each new child—whether through birth, adoption, or marriage—increases the family’s financial and caregiving responsibilities.
  • Retirement
  • Life insurance can help with final expenses, create an income-tax-free inheritance, or replace lost income from the deceased spouse’s Social Security or pensions.
  • Divorce
  • Even when emotional ties are broken, some financial obligations cannot be dissolved. Life insurance can help replace alimony or child support, or help pay for childcare if the primary caregiver dies.
  • Promotion
  • Coverage may need to be increased to match a new, higher salary.
  • Job Change
  • A new policy may be needed to replace or supplement coverage that is lost after leaving an employer.

How will your family support themselves without your income if you don’t have life insurance?

Will your family suffer financially if they have to pay for your end-of-life arrangements?

Will you benefit from the peace of mind what comes with the knowledge that your loved ones will not be burdened?

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Life Insurance

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Palouse Cares


AAG Insurance supports Palouse Cares.  On Saturday, December 9th, please be ready to donate food.  Our agents will be helping out.  Here are the details.  

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