Hear easy-to-follow advice at free reception
By Tim Hadac
Southwest Chicago Post
Information and advice that may save you hundreds or perhaps thousands of dollars will be offered—at no charge—at a public event sponsored by the Canaryville Improvement Association, set for Wednesday, June 19 at St. Gabriel School Hall, 45th and Wallace.
“What you need to know, when you need to know” is an
Doors open at 5.30 p.m., and the presentation starts at 6:00 p.m. With questions and answers, the event will conclude no later than 7:30 p.m.
“I’ve lost count of how many homeowners I’ve met—all good people—who pay their insurance premiums on time, every time but then lose thousands of dollars because they don’t know what to do or how to deal with their insurance company
when a storm or some other event causes damage to their home or garage,” Randazzo said. “A lot of homeowners will say they have a good insurance policy, but when the time comes to rely upon it, they get whacked by high deductibles and exclusions they weren’t aware of.
“Fortunately, one of the Chicago area’s most experienced and trusted insurance professionals—Mike Riordan—has teamed up with my company to bring basic, easy-to-understand information to everyone, for free,” Randazzo continued.
Riordan, a State Farm Insurance agent since 1987, is headquartered at 6538 W. Archer, in the heart of Garfield Ridge.
“I’m pleased to be partnering with All Exterior Contractors—a reputable, respected company that is known for its expertise in home repairs and remodeling,” Riordan said. “All Exterior—like my agency--is also known for its support of our community’s chamber of commerce, veterans organizations, senior citizens clubs, schools, Little League, churches and more,” Riordan said.
No reservations are required, and all are welcome to the
“What you need to know, when you need to know” event.
Those attending are welcome to bring copies of their current insurance policies, as there will be time for individual consultations.
Sandwiches, chips and beverages will be available at no charge for the first 50 people who attend.
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