Choice Insurance Network is located in Sterling, Virginia and services Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC and West Virginia. We only represent highly rated insurance companies. So you know that you can count on us when you need us most!
We offer a complete line of auto insurance, homeowners insurance, business insurance, workers’ compensation, and general liability. In addition, we offer competitive rates on both term and whole-life insurance. Contact Choice Insurance Network today for a free insurance quote!
We are Independent Agents in Sterling, Virginia, free to choose the best carrier for your insurance needs. We do not work for an insurance company; we work for you. We work on your side when you have a loss and follow through to see that you get fair, prompt payment and service. Choice Insurance Network represents a carefully selected group of financially strong, reputable insurance companies, therefore, we are able to offer you the best coverage at the most competitive price.
Posted: January 4, 2017Nashville rang in 2017 the best way possible– safe and sound. Erie Insurance, Nashville artists LOCASH and Lyft teamed up to help Nashvillians get home safely with a free (up to $10) Lyft ride home. While the party’s over for 2016, you can still join in on the fun. Watch this video of LOCASH surprising Lyft riders with a singalong to their single, “Ring on... Read Article
Posted: December 27, 2016This is the time of year when many people are busy making New Year’s resolutions. While it’s certainly a good idea to make yours about self-improvement, it might also be worth considering making one that benefits the ones you love the most. Just one way to do that is with life insurance to protect your loved ones. It may not be the most exciting resolution... Read Article
Posted: December 23, 2016There’s been a lot of concern about how technology is leading to more distracted driving. Yet we also know that drowsy driving is also a major culprit behind auto accidents. Now, new research reveals that drivers who only sleep five or six hours in a 24-hour period are twice as likely to crash as drivers who get seven hours of sleep or more. Getting less... Read Article