Fremont Voted, We Won!
The Best of Fremont is a project of Fremont's very own Argus newspaper. Each year for the past 8 years the Argus has been gathering the votes of their readers to compile a list of those companies, merchants and shops that go above and beyond to satisfy their customers. We were honored to be chosen this year by the people of Fremont as the best Insurance Agency in Fremont. Here at TWFG California we strive to treat each of our customers like family, because at
TWFG Insurance Services Our Policy is Caring.
THANK YOU FREMONT!
Staged Auto Accidents:
How to spot them & How to avoid them
What is a Staged Auto Accident?
A staged auto accident is when a person, or persons plan a car crash for insurance money. This often means involving an unsuspecting driver whose insurance company ends up paying out large sums. According to the FBI, these kinds of accidents cost the insurance industry up to $20 billion per year.
Did You Know?
Our office has a 24/7 "warm" line? You can call our office number at any time to be forwarded to the after hours cell-phone. If someone doesn't answer right away, we will get back to you as soon as possible.
When an Accident Happens, Document Everything!
The best way to protect yourself after an accident occurs is to take detailed notes.The more you have, the more equipped you are to fight a fraudulent claim. Your notes should include (when possible): the driver’s license number, the VIN, the car insurance information, the name, address and phone number of the driver and the number of passengers (and their general height and weight). Additionally, be sure to take pictures of the involved vehicles from every angle that you can.
If you're in an accident, remember that we are here for you.
Tips for Safe Drone Use
Even drones that are used only for recreation are legally considered aircraft, and must be registered with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Here are the basic guidelines for registering recreational drones:
If you’re concerned with a drone that’s operating in your area, call your local police department.
You could be financially responsible for any damage a drone causes to a person or property. Here are some basic tips to safely operate a drone:
Drones & Privacy
Researchers have shown that drones equipped with smartphones can access data from an insecure computer network and other electronic devices. Since drones can access areas that a normal person couldn’t, such as a second story window or a fenced-in backyard, they could potentially access your family’s private information and violate your privacy.
Though most homeowners policies cover damage caused by aircraft, others may exclude this coverage option. Contact us to check your home’s coverage, and for more drone safety information.