John Alderson Agency - Insuring Roanoke Valley and the entire Mid-Atlantic Area

Here at John Alderson Agency, we understand that being asked to serve is the highest honor. It is for that very reason that we’ve established, and seek to maintain, a culture of service built on trust.

In all we do, we strive to reflect the respect and appreciation we have for those who have placed their trust in us.

Taking care of the people we serve is good business. And it’s good business because it’s the right thing to do.

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Erie Insurance has been helping customers since 1925 with their auto, home, business, and life insurance needs.
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Cargo Insurance Vs. Wholesalers & Distributors Insurance

Cargo insurance is not the same thing as wholesalers and distributors insurance. If your business is a wholesaler or distributor that ships cargo, you may need both types of insurance. Our experienced agent can review your business policies with you to help ensure you have the coverage you need at the best price for you. What Is Cargo Insurance? Cargo insurance provides protection against risks...

What Does My Renters Insurance Cover?

If you are renting a home or apartment, it is important to have renters insurance. Although there is no legal requirement that you carry renters insurance, it may be required by your landlord under the terms of your lease. It helps protect both you and your landlord by ensuring that, if something happens on the premises, either the landlord’s insurance or your renters insurance will...

How Do I Change My Life Insurance Beneficiary?

It is crucial to name a beneficiary on your life insurance policy. Otherwise, when you die, the policy becomes part of your estate and subject to probate. However, you may change your mind about who you want your beneficiary to be, in which case you have the right to change it. What Is The Process For Changing Beneficiaries On A Life Insurance Policy? In most...

Is An Animal Living Under Your Porch? Here’s What To Do Next

As a homeowner, you’ve probably entertained guests who overstayed their welcome. But unlike your in-laws or a former college roommate, an animal that’s made itself at home on your property has no intention of leaving. Some of the usual suspects include raccoons, opossums, woodchucks, skunks, or the occasional stray cat. And while they’re just looking for a safe place to call home, you’d probably prefer...