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How Employers Today Are Bending The Cost Curves Of Healthcare – 7/26 Panel Discussion

Biggs Insurance and ADP Employee Benefits Administration are teaming up to present a panel discussion on how you can provide better quality care to your employees, while saving money! The when and where: Wed. July 26th from 10:30am-12:30pm Portland City Grill 111 5th Ave. Portland, OR 97204 Go to https://www.eventbrite.com to register. We look forward to […]

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Excited About Insurance?! A New Customer Speaks to His Biggs Experience

Wow! One of our terrific Account Executives, Karmen Ayres, recently provided quotes to Battle Ground resident David W.; he had this to say about his encounter with her: Just wanted to drop a note to you about my recent interaction with Karmen Ayres. First, a little background. We have had our home and auto insurance with MetLife for […]

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The Rise of Co-Op Work Spaces in Vancouver

Vancouver’s largest coworking space, CoLab Shared Workspace, opens next month From entrepreneurs looking for a traditional office space without the costly overhead, to freelancers searching for a productive place to work, coworking spaces seem to be all the rage these days, and more of them are popping up locally. Though they come in a variety […]

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Insurance Institute’s Safest Cars for Teens

Insurance institute picks safest cars for teens (not necessarily safest for other road users) She’s done with driving school and ready to hit the road. So you’re getting her a car. You may want to check the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) list for the safest cars for teen drivers, which the agency published […]

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5 Tips for Finding Cheap Flights

Saving money always feels good. But, for some reason, saving money on flights can feel especially gratifying. Perhaps it’s the size of the savings, which can be up to $100 or more sometimes. Or the short-lived nature of fare deals, which makes it feel like you’ve won a prize when you nab one. Or maybe […]

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Staff Spotlight: Sarrah Snyder

Every month we feature fun facts about one of our awesome staff members so you can get to know them better. This month, we’re happy to present Account Executive, Sarrah Snyder. You won the lottery! What’s your first purchase? An Island…ok starting smaller…a cupcake shop…so I could give away free cupcakes each day and make someone’s […]

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New I-5 Bridge Back in the Works

Washington Governor Signs I-5 Bridge Replacement Bill Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed 28 bills into law Wednesday morning, including a measure that would revive plans to replace the aging Interstate 5 bridge over the Columbia River. The new law calls for an inventory by the Washington State Department of Transportation of all previous work toward a […]

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Immunization is the Power to Protect Infants from Diseases

  Giving babies the recommended immunizations by age two is the best way to protect them from 14 serious childhood diseases. The week of April 22-29 has been declared National Infant Immunization Week. It’s important to ensure that children are protected against 14 vaccine-preventable diseases by the age of two. Your local health departments not only provide […]

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Dog-Bite Claims Surge 18% as Children Bear Brunt of Attacks

State Farm says children account for more than half of victims Average claim costs insurers $33,230, industry report shows Fido’s getting more aggressive. Insurance claims for dog bites jumped 18 percent to 18,123 last year in the U.S., according to an industry group. The average attack cost $33,230, a decline from 2015, but up more […]

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Auto Insurance Rates Rising at Fastest Rate in Almost 13 Years

Americans are driving more, thanks to rising employment and cheaper gasoline. But that also means they’re getting into more accidents — and that’s leading to higher insurance rates. Of course, it’s not just a matter of more people cruising the roads. Unsafe behavior also may be contributing to a national accident problem, according to research […]

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