Does anyone know of a good Dawsonville Insurance Agent?

Does anyone know of a good Dawsonville Insurance Agent?

Needing to get home owners and auto insurance and I just moved to Dawsonville GA.

Joshua

Jonathan,You can use any agent you like. If you have a good agent in Alpharetta, he can write insurance for you. It's more important that you trust the agent than it is their location. Of course, they might not make house calls. .Source(s):http://www.gahomesdigest.com

mbrcatz

Your best bet, is to check with neighbors and coworkers. There's no "rating system" for local agents.

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