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Lindsay Goebel

5069 Livernois Rd
Troy, MI 48098

Northwest corner of Long Lake Rd. and Livernois Rd. intersection, next to the Mobile Gas Station

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9am - 5pm
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5069 Livernois Rd
Troy, MI 48098



As a risk manager in the Troy, Rochester Hills, Bloomfield Hills, Oakland Twp, and surrounding areas, I am dedicated to protecting assets and helping customers achieve their dreams. Our agency prioritizes exceptional customer service, evident in our positive Google reviews. Beyond my professional role, I am actively involved in the community as a wife, mother of two, and coach middle school girls basketball. I am also proud to be a member of the Troy Chamber of Commerce and the Women's Council of Realtors of Greater Rochester Area. Furthermore, I devote my time as a volunteer at Blessings in a Backpack Avondale. If our paths cross, I look forward to saying hello!

Here are some important insurance tips to consider for the summer season:

  • Homeowners Insurance: Review your policy to ensure it covers any summer-related risks, such as swimming pools, outdoor equipment, or increased liability exposure from hosting gatherings or events. Make sure your coverage is sufficient to protect your home and belongings.

  • Auto Insurance: If you plan on taking a road trip or traveling frequently during the summer, make sure your auto insurance coverage is up to date. Consider adding roadside assistance coverage if it's not already included in your policy.

  • Recreational Vehicles: If you own a boat, RV, or other recreational vehicles, ensure that your insurance coverage is appropriate for the summer season and any specific activities you plan to engage in. Check for any required coverage for watercraft or off-road vehicles.

  • Liability Coverage: With outdoor activities and social gatherings on the rise, it's important to review your liability coverage. Ensure you have adequate protection in case of accidents or injuries that may occur on your property or during recreational activities.

  • Travel Insurance: If you have vacation plans, consider purchasing travel insurance. This can provide coverage for trip cancellations, medical emergencies, lost baggage, and other unforeseen events that may disrupt your travel plans.

  • Umbrella Insurance: Consider adding umbrella insurance to provide additional liability protection. This coverage can offer an extra layer of security beyond your existing policies, especially if you plan on hosting parties or events at your home.

Remember to review your policies carefully, understand the coverage limits, and consult with an insurance professional if you have any questions or need personalized advice.

Insurance Products Offered

Auto, Homeowners, Condo, Renters, Personal Articles, Business, Life, Health, Pet

Other Products

Banking, Mutual Funds, Annuities

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Reach out now for your spring insurance check-up! Here are some insurance tips to consider for the spring season:

  • Review your policies: Take some time to review your insurance policies, including home, auto, and any other relevant coverage. Ensure that your policies adequately reflect any changes in your circumstances or assets.

  • Home maintenance: With spring comes the opportunity to tackle home maintenance tasks. Check your home for any damage caused by winter weather and address it promptly.

  • Update your inventory: Spring is a great time to update your home inventory. Take photos or videos of your belongings and keep a detailed record of their value. This will help you accurately assess your coverage.

  • Consider flood insurance: Spring often brings increased rainfall, so it's worth evaluating whether you need flood insurance. Standard homeowners insurance typically doesn't cover flood damage, so if you live in an area prone to flooding, it's wise to consider this additional coverage.

  • Prepare for severe weather: Spring can bring severe weather like thunderstorms, hailstorms, or tornadoes. Review your insurance policies to ensure you have adequate coverage for these types of events. Consider adding comprehensive coverage to your auto insurance policy to protect against hail damage.

  • Update your auto insurance: If you plan on taking a road trip or spending more time outdoors during the spring, review your auto insurance policy to ensure it meets your needs. Check the coverage limits, deductibles, and consider adding any additional coverage you may require.

  • Safety and security measures: Take steps to improve the safety and security of your property. This can include installing smoke detectors, burglar alarms, or a home security system.


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