Vigneron Insurance Agency is owned and operated by Chuck & Cheryl Vigneron. We have been dedicated to serving our community since 1993, providing all of our clients with the best customer service along with quality coverage at an affordable price.
We are not just sales people that sell insurance products. Our goal is to develop an insurance program that best fits the needs of each of our clients. In many cases the “best”, will not be based on price alone; but instead, it will combine financially stable carriers and appropriate coverages at competitive prices. Our aim is to develop long term relationships with our clients based on trust and professionalism.
Always striving to uphold The ERIE’s motto to provide “As near perfect protection, as near perfect service, as humanly possible, and to do so at the lowest possible cost.” We are always looking for additional ways to enhance our value-added services we provide to our clients. If you have any comments or suggestions, we would love to hear from you!
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Posted: July 18, 2018Most of us know what an insurance company is. But just what is an insurance adjuster? Sometimes it’s not clear who adjusters are and how they’re trained for the job. (After all, how many colleges offer “insurance adjusting” as a major?) To get some answers, we went behind the scenes with Chad Smith, a property claims specialist at Erie Insurance who handles large losses. Read on to... Read Article
Posted: July 17, 2018Every year, millions of motorcyclists head out on the highways to enjoy the open road. But while the thrill of cruising on two wheels has definite appeal, it also has a potential downside: safety. The truth is, motorcycle riders face much bigger safety risks than drivers of cars and trucks. In fact, estimates from the federal government show the number of deaths per mile traveled... Read Article
Posted: July 17, 2018As outside temperatures climb during the warm summer months, temperatures inside your vehicle’s engine bay can near 200 degrees. In that type of heat, it’s important to keep your engine cool. Your car’s cooling system is usually up to the task. But if the needle of your temperature gauge rises or you spot steam coming from under your hood, your car could be overheating. When... Read Article