Gun Insurance Denton TX

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AAA Texas Insurance
(972) 316-5660
713 Hebron Parkway #270
Lewisville, TX
Alternate Phone Number

AAA Texas Insurance - Frisco Agent: Riann Emch
(214) 436-5096
4760 Preston Rd, Suite 208
Frisco, TX
Alternate Phone Number

Baird Allstate Insurance
(214) 387-7999
4221 Preston Rd #100
Frisco, TX
Insurance and Financial Services

Mike Leonard Insurance Agency
(972) 394-2000
1930 Rosemeade, Suite 220
Carrollton, TX
Farmers Insurance
(972) 772-4009
4 Horizon Ct. Ste. 400
Heath, TX
Alternate Phone Number
auto, home, life, commercial

Farmers Insurance-Winover Insurance
(972) 625-6099
3700 Standridge #202
The Colony, TX
Marilyn Kuhlman Agency - Farmers Insurance
(972) 335-2487
7601 Main Street
Frisco, TX
Alternate Phone Number
insurance services

i Insurance Group
(817) 310-6677
1021 S. Main St
Grapevine, TX
Alternate Phone Number
Business and Personal lines

Texas Lawyers' InsuranceExchange
(512) 480-9074, (800) 252-9332
900 Congress Avenue, Suite 500 P.O. Box 13325
Austin, TX
Prices and/or Promotions
States/Provinces Served: Texas

Insurance Over Texas
(281) 398-9002
430 Hwy 6 South #102
Houston, TX
Alternate Phone Number
Insurance Over Texas

Stolen Guns and Insurance

Are your guns covered if stolen? Now's the time to find out.

March 2003, Artesia, Mississippi. Chris Vickery got the call that his home had been broken into and arrived to find the front door knocked down and a big mess inside. Thieves had made off with Vickery's laptop computers, a camera and various other small items. They also emptied out his gun safe.

"They stole my Ruger .454 Casull, with a scope and a very nice Uncle Mike's shoulder holster," says Vickery. "I bet they freaked out over that great pistol."

Thieves also got a half-dozen shotguns and a rifle. Vickery was understandably upset. But at least, he figured, his valuables were covered by his homeowners insurance policy. Right? Not exactly. He received a check for his computers and camera, plus repair costs for his door....

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