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Life insurance

We do Term and Whole Life products through multiple carriers.

Crops Insurance

We do Multi-Peril crop insurance as well as Hail and Fire policies. Multi-Peril policies covers all forms of loss associated with crops, such as drought, flooding, prevent plant, re-plant, pests and quality issues. There is also an element to multi-peril crop insurance that guarantees revenue for the crops.

Farm Insurance

Farm insurance covers the homes, structures, equipment and animals associated with the farm and farming operations. It covers the liability associated with farming, including pollution.

Auto Insurance

Whether you drive a sports car or an old pickup truck, it's likely that the law requires you to purchase auto insurance. But there are many options over and above your state's mandated minimum insurance. Buying additional coverage could save you money on repair bills or cover a judgment against you in the event of a lawsuit.
Understanding the types of coverage and their benefits may help you decide what sort of package you need for your own auto policy. And it could also help you compare the offerings of competing insurance carriers. The cost of your insurance will depend on the types and levels of coverage that you select, your age and driving history, and a host of other factors.

Boat

Although many states still do not require a license to operate a recreational watercraft, don't let that fool you into thinking insurance must not be necessary either. Not every state requires insurance, but operating a watercraft carries many of the same risks that are attendant when you operate a vehicle on the land, plus a few others.
If you have a homeowner's policy, you may already have some coverage for your boat. For example, a standard policy typically will pay up to $1,000 for any damage to your boat sustained while it is stored at your house. And the liability coverage in a homeowner's policy may provide limited protection if you injure others by your negligent operation of a watercraft.
But in an era when boat prices can range from that of a used car to that of a large home, you may decide you need added protection. Recreational boat insurance is similar to automobile insurance. You can purchase liability coverage and physical damage coverage. Some polices also offer medical payments, uninsured boater coverage, and legal defense coverage.

Motorcycle

If you are familiar with the basics of automobile insurance, then you may already know more than you think about motorcycle insurance. If you ride a motorcycle on public roadways, you'll need the same basics as your automobile insurance: liability, collision, comprehensive, and uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage.
Motorcycles can be riskier than other vehicles. As a result, the cost of motorcycle insurance varies widely, so it pays to shop around. If you are concerned about high cost, you may want to consider some of the factors that affect motorcycle insurance premiums and take advantage of as many reductions as possible. For example, some companies offer discounts if you complete a motorcycle safety course, and for using additional safety and anti-theft equipment. Carrying all your other insurance policies with a single company can also lower the price. Your annual mileage, the bike's make, model, age, horsepower, and where it is stored can all affect the amount of your premium. As always, maintaining a clean driving record can keep your premiums down

ATV

An accident is probably the last thing on your mind when you are operating an all-terrain vehicle, motorhome, snowmobile, golf cart or other specialty recreation vehicles. After all, these kinds of grown-up toys were designed for fun. But they also present a certain level of risk that you may want to protect against with insurance.

Collector Cars

We know you love your classic and collector vehicles, and we want to help you protect and enjoy them.
DOES YOUR VEHICLE QUALIFY FOR CLASSIC & COLLECTOR INSURANCE? LET US HELP YOU FIND OUT

Business Insurance

Business insurance is both property and liability coverage for any business. We offer a broad array of coverages for different business types, including , but not limited to, restaurants, contractors, welders, landscapers, professional offices, retail stores, and many more. We even have markets for very specialized, hard to cover businesses.

Home Insurance

A home can require a tremendous investment of money, time, and energy. Homeowner's insurance is designed to protect that investment by insuring the actual structure or structures and the personal possessions in and around them, and providing liability protection for the residents. Through homeowner's insurance, you can protect yourself and your family from enormous loss in the event of damage or destruction to your home and property.
A basic homeowner's policy helps protect, up to the policy limit, against losses from 11 perils, such as fire, wind, theft, vandalism, and so on. You can purchase more extensive coverage to cover other mishaps. Losses due to events that have the potential for more widespread destruction, such as floods, earthquakes, and wars, are excluded from basic homeowner's insurance policies. You must purchase separate policies to cover against such catastrophes.

Renter's Insurance :
If you rent an apartment or a house, the building owner is responsible for any perils that befall the property. Rest assured, if the place burns down, your landlord’s insurance is responsible to compensate him for damage to the structure.
But if your personal belongings — your furniture, your stereo, your clothing — are destroyed, it’s you who loses — unless you have renter's insurance.
Renter's insurance is a kind of homeowner's policy for non-homeowners. It contains most of the same provisions of a basic homeowner's policy, except the part that covers the home itself. Up to certain limits, a renter's policy covers your personal belongings against destruction or theft, and protects you against claims of liability if you cause injury to someone or their property.

Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ compensation provides benefits to employees for work-related injuries or illnesses including medical care, wages from lost work time, and more. It also provides a deceased workers’ family with a financial benefit. If a workers’ family decides to sue a company, it can also help cover the related legal fees.

Surety Bonds

A surety bond or surety is a promise by a surety or guarantor to pay one party (the obligee) a certain amount if a second party (the principal) fails to meet some obligation, such as fulfilling the terms of a contract. The surety bond protects the obligee against losses resulting from the principal's failure to meet the obligation. Posting bail for people accused of crimes in exchange for freedom is common in the United States, but uncommon in the rest of the world.

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What our Clients say?

We really appreciate Hague Insurance. We have not had to use it very often but when we have EVERYONE has been wonderful. A BIG thank you to the STAFF!!

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Just became a customer this past year, the process was thorough and professional, but the outstanding attitude of the staff was way above what I encountered at other sources in my search. I am looking forward to moving up the ladder of long time customers.

Anthony Smith January 05, 2015

As fairly new customers, we have received great service, and love paying lower premiums. So glad we switched :)

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Winamac Office

Hague Insurance Agency
113 E Pearl St.
P.O. Box 344
Winamac, IN 46996

Office: 574.946.4455
Fax: 574.946.3817

Barb Pugh, Customer Service Agent
bpugh1@hagueinsurance.com
Beth Grund, Agent
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La Porte Office

La Porte Insurance Agency
504 Pine Lake Avenue
PO Box 1741
La Porte, IN 46352

Office: 219.324.2600
Fax: 219.324.3978

Kara Magley, Customer Service Agent
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Gail Beal, Agent
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TJ Hague (Winamac and La Porte), Owner / Agent
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