Burchfiel-Overbay & Associates Insurance Agency was established in 1919. Our team of insurance professionals strive to provide a solution for all of your insurance needs at the lowest possible price and with a personal touch. When you call our office, you actually speak to a person: not a voice prompt. We understand this business is about personal relationships and know that you have choices in how you purchase your insurance. We will work hard to develop a relationship with you in order to earn your trust and business.
BOA is a full-service insurance agency providing Auto/Home Insurance, Personal Insurance, Business/Commercial Insurance, Life Insurance, Group & Individual Health Insurance, Medicare Supplements, Long and Short Term Care Insurance, Surety Bonds and Retirement Planning. We specialize in Overnight Rental Cabins, Overnight Rental Condominiums, Hotels, Restaurants, Homeowner Associations, Rental Management Companies, Contractors, Apartments, Convenience Stores and Retail Stores.
We also have an in-house claims specialist who will walk you through the claims process in the event of a claim. In addition, our agency has loss control services with on-site inspections of your home or business to help identify potential claims hazards and solutions to resolve those areas.
Our offices are open from 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m M-F. We are proud to be part of such a wonderful community and are very involved in giving back to it in many ways.
Posted: June 29, 2015
It seems like a no-brainer: Take your keys with you when you get out of your car. Yet a report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) reports that there were 126,603 car thefts with keys left inside between 2012 and 2014. And while vehicles thefts overall are decreasing, car thefts with keys left inside […]
Posted: June 25, 2015
Heights, clowns, public speaking—we’re all afraid of something. But do you ever wonder why you fear what you fear? It all comes back to a fear factor called the risk perception gap. Often, the things that set off those alarm bells in our brains (“Eeek! A mouse!”) don’t pose as much of a threat as […]