Everett, WA (November 20th, 2013) — Claudia McClain, President of McClain Insurance Services in Everett, has been selected to serve on the Washington State Insurance Commissioner’s Agent/Broker Advisory Committee. She is one of only 12 property/casualty agents selected for this committee and is the only representative from Snohomish County.
The Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) serves as an advocate for the consumer, empowering and educating the public about insurance issues and health care. The OIC also oversees Washington’s insurance industry to ensure that companies, agents and brokers follow the rules, thereby protecting consumers.
The commissioner and agency executives meet with committee members twice a year to discuss key issues and developments within the industry.
“I am extremely honored to serve as an advocate for our industry and our clients,” says Claudia McClain. “As an independent insurance broker, I have always made it my goal to offer consumer education, build the best protection plan to meet both the needs and budget of our clients, and advocate for our customers. As a member of the OIC Agent/Broker Advisory Committee, I will do my best to bring the concerns of the consumer to the attention of the lawmakers.”
About McClain Insurance – www.AutoHomeBoat.com
McClain Insurance Services is an independent insurance agency located in Everett, WA. The agency has represented a number of regional and national insurance companies (including PEMCO, Safeco, Travelers and Progressive) since 1977.
Independent agents work with you to customize an insurance plan that meets your needs and fits your budget. They can help with all your personal insurance needs: Auto, Home, Renters, Life, Umbrella, Earthquake, Flood, Boat, Motorcycle and RV Insurance.
McClain Insurance Services is a Trusted Choice agency and a member of the Independent Agents Association of America, the Economic Alliance of Snohomish County, and the BBB. They are also Charter Members of NSACE – National Society of Agents for Consumer Education.