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Jaime Moritzky

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Rating 4.9
Farmers Insurance Agent in West Lake Hills, TX
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Contact Info

Address

5450 Bee Caves Rd
Ste 5c
West Lake Hills, TX 78746
US

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Phone Numbers

Office:
(512) 467-0404(512) 467-0404
Fax:
(512) 467-0405

Office Hours

Day of the WeekHours
Mon:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thu:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
Office hours available by appointment only. Masks required.
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Farmers Insurance Agent in West Lake Hills, TX

Jaime Lark Moritzky
Moritzky Agency LLC
About Me

4.9
Rating 4.9

We here at Moritzky Agency LLC of West Lake Hills Texas, have over 25+ years of experience in the insurance industry. Regardless of nationality, race, ethnicity, creed, gender identity, and sexual orientation, everyone is welcome and respected here. Everyone. We do our best to ensure you are happy with your insurance experience and you understand all your options. We would love to be of assistance to you and your family, so give us a call and let’s talk. Get coverage for all the things you care for from people who care!

Give me a call at (512) 467-0404 and I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.

Languages Spoken: English

Years of Experience

I have over 9 years of experience as a Farmers Insurance agent.

Neighborhoods Served

Austin and Greater Surrounding Areas, Lakeway, and Central Texas

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States Licensed In

TX

Insurance Products Offered

Auto Insurance
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Home Insurance
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Amplify Austin Day -- a day that reflects the power of collective giving in our community. The Central Texas nonprofit sector relies on generous supporters like you, especially during these critical times of need, to carry out their important missions. This year, your contribution is even more significant, as we continue to recover from the economic realities of the pandemic.

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1. Isn't Purchasing the Minimum State Required Limits of Coverage Enough? The minimum limits of liability required in Texas currently are 30/60/25. This translates to $30,000 is the most that would be paid for one person injured, with a maximum of $60,000 for any number of people injured and $25,000 for damage caused to someone else's property. The minimum required limits in most states don't keep pace with the rapid, ever-increasing costs of emergency, ongoing health care, or vehicle repair and or replacement. If you cause injuries or damages exceeding the limits you carry, your personal assets may be at risk. Insurance isn’t One-Size-Fits-All, you should work with your agent to determine the limits that best suit your individual/family’s needs. And you should review all your coverage, annually, life is ever-changing, your coverage should keep up with those changes.

2. How Long Do I Have to Report Buying a New Car? The common misconception is that you have a "free" 30 day "grace period" before you have to notify your carrier of a newly acquired vehicle. There is no free coverage, darn it, the grace period is designed to allow you to acquire a new vehicle during non-business hours and still be insured for the same coverage you carry on your current car. Beyond operating hours, there is no reason to delay, you should call as soon as is reasonably possible.

3. Does My Credit Score Affect The Price of My Coverage? Not your credit score, but yes, your credit history is a factor in your insurance rates. As part of the underwriting process, a "soft credit inquiry" into your credit history is made, which has no impact to your credit score,

4. My Car Was Broken Into And My Laptop Was Stolen, My Car Insurance Pays For That, Right? No, actually, personal items or personal property inside your car are covered by your homeowners or renters insurance policy, less your applicable deductible.
1. I Have Life Insurance With my Employer, Isn't That Enough? Employers who provide life coverage commonly only provide 1 - 2 times your annual salary, to replace your income for dependents, experts commonly recommend 10 - 12 times your annual income. You may actually be able to get more coverage and a better deal on your own. Even if your employer's policy is initially cheaper, the cost may go up each year and you may not be able to take it with you when you leave. You can purchase an individual policy that locks in your rate for a period of time (i.e. 10, 20, 30 years), or even allows you to build cash value.

2. Only the "Breadwinner" Needs Life Insurance, Right? The loss of a stay-at-home spouse is costly in terms of who will replace caregiving for children, or allowing the working parent an opportunity to take time off work to help the family adjust to the loss.

3. The Policy I Bought When I was 30 Years Old, For $25 a Month, Stays That Cost For My Whole Life, Right? Unfortunately, no. The cost of coverage is locked in only for the contract term selected. For example, a 20-year Term Life policy locks the price in for 20 years and is renewable after that term at the premiums for your newly acquired age. Also, your rates on a 30 year Whole Life policy are locked in for the 30-year term but will be adjusted based on your newly acquired age at the end of the 30 years.

4. Why Would I Buy a Life Policy for My Healthy Children? It actually makes the most sense to purchase coverage for someone when they are young and healthy since premiums are less expensive. The cost of coverage increases with age and as you age you are more likely to develop a medical condition that can make coverage more expensive later. If you wait until you NEED it, it's too late to get it.

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