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Agent Nick Pembroke, CIC, was named vice president and shareholder of McClain Insurance. “Nick has the heart of a teacher and is a true servant leader,” says Claudia McClain, president and founder of McClain Insurance. “I look forward to continuing to work alongside this outstanding professional as we strive to continue our tradition of service […]

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Halloween Safety: Tips for a Spooktacular Time

The spirit of Halloween may be spooky, but nobody wants a real tragedy on All Hallows Eve

Halloween is quickly approaching, which means treats are being purchased and tricks are being prepared. Along with pranks, tricks, and scary costumes come potential insurance claims. The McClain Insurance team wants to remind you how to celebrate safely this All Hallows Eve. Take Charge of Fire Safety  Carving pumpkins is one of our favorite Halloween […]

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Umbrella Insurance: Protection From a Rainy Day’s Disaster

5 real-life umbrella liability claims that could happen to anyone

Seattle may receive 150 days of rain each year, but as insurance agents we know umbrellas aren’t just for wet weather. Umbrellas may be the most important part of your insurance protection plan. Umbrella insurance is a personal liability policy that protects you above and beyond the limits on your home, car, and other personal insurance […]

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Planning Ahead for the Next Northwest Disaster

National Preparedness Month Tips from the McClain Insurance Team

From Cinema Under the Stars to Mutt Strut, it’s been a fun-filled summer for the McClain Insurance team. Now the back-to-school season is upon us, which often seems to translate into renewed inspiration to prepare, plan, and organize. September is National Preparedness Month, and as your insurance agents, we’d be remiss not to remind you […]

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Much like our summer weather, Western Washington’s real estate market is hot — something agent Caitlin Klosterman knows all too well. One home she bid on had 11 other competing offers! Luckily for Caitlin and her husband, Akeem, the third time’s a charm. They close on their new home in Marysville later this month. If […]

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5 Reasons Washington Homeowners Need Flood Insurance

Flooding can happen anytime, anywhere

Why do we say all Washington homeowners need flood insurance? This morning, The Daily Herald published an article about the June 10 rainstorm that flooded Everett, Washington, homes with water, mud, and sewage. Homeowners on Wetmore, Grand Avenue, and Broadway estimate the repairs will cost tens of thousands of dollars. We feel for our Everett […]

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A Labor of Love

Community Champion Shannon Anderson's Foster Kid Bike Drive Touches Hundreds Throughout Snohomish County

Our March Community Champion, Shannon Anderson, is one in a million. She and her husband have been foster parents to 33 kids over the last nine years. Their experiences as foster parents inspired them to collect gently used bikes, then repair and gift them to foster kids throughout Snohomish County. “We know how difficult it […]

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Play and Connect

February Community Champion Talle Shackelford Supports Everett Families

Talle Shackelford has always loved children. But it was through her work at Everett Community College’s Early Learning Center that she realized children’s activities are cost-prohibitive for many families. At the Early Learning Center, Talle also talked with moms and dads who were struggling with parenthood. They craved friends who understood the challenges of parenthood and […]

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