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Adams Insurance Advisors is a 5th generation family-owned independent insurance agency serving Nebraska and Colorado.
Why Choose an independent insurance agency?
Unlike a captive (or direct) insurance company that only offers its proprietary insurance products, independent insurance agents can access multiple carriers and their products. Adams Insurance Advisors' independence allows us to provide you with unbiased solutions and advice to meet your insurance needs.
A common misconception about working this an independent insurance agency is that we charge our customers a fee for our services. AIA never charges our customers for our services or products. You are billed directly by the carrier.
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Here is a spring checklist to help you prepare your home for the year ahead and help prevent any hassles so you can enjoy the summer. What to check inside your home Here are a few things to check inside your home to ensure they’re in good working condition: Electrical […]Read More
Daylight Savings Sleep Tips
Daylight Savings Time’s Affect on Sleep In addition to giving way to warmer temperatures and more time spent outdoors, Daylight Savings Time (DST) offers other benefits, such as reducing energy consumption, car accidents, and crime rates due to the longer daylight hours. With the benefits of longer daylight hours, there […]Read More
What is Crop Insurance?
Farming is not for the faint of heart. Long hours and hard work are hallmarks, as are the risks like weather events and natural disasters. These can create dramatic swings in your farm’s income. In 2017, a number of billion-dollar weather-related disasters devastated agricultural lands in the United States. Farmers […]Read More