Office 903.757.8676 | Fax 903.757.8418
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   Mikel Long Insurance 
"Large enough to serve you, yet small enough to care"

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Whether you need a commercial fleet policy or a motorcycle policy, SIG/Mikel Long Insurance should be your first stop.  SIG/Mikel Long Insurance offers all lines of commercial insurance, including construction risk, workers' compensation, and group life and health.  In addition to commercial lines, SIG/Mikel Long Insurance offers a full line of homeowners and personal auto insurance products. 

 

Mikel began his insurance career in 1985 in Marshall, Texas, selling life and health insurance only.  He soon realized that in order to meet all his customers’ needs, he needed to build his business to include a wider range of services.  In 1995, he joined Texas Farm Bureau Insurance.  Then in the fall of 2000, realizing that being a captive agent limited the choices he could offer his clients, he began his association with SIG Insurance Services, LLC.  This relationship has opened the doors to hundreds of insurance carriers, allowing Mikel to better serve current and future clients’ needs.

 

With SIG/Mikel Long Insurance, you will find an independent, seasoned insurance professional who places the needs of his clients at the forefront of each business decision.  The agency offers strong, long-term relationships with our clients, along with the most competitive pricing available with the strongest insurance carriers in the industry.

 

SIG/Mikel Long Insurance - "Large enough to serve you, yet small enough to care."

 



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Dec 19, 2014 12:03PM

Boston Children?s Hospital to Pay $40K Over Data Breach Allegations

Boston Children?s Hospital (BCH) has agreed to pay $40,000 and take steps to prevent future security violations following allegations related to a data breach that affected patient information, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley announced Friday. The consent judgment, entered Friday …

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Dec 19, 2014 11:34AM

PCRB Proposes 5.99% Average Workers? Comp Loss Cost Decrease in Penn.

The Pennsylvania Compensation Rating Bureau (PCRB) has submitted a filing of Pennsylvania loss costs and related rating values with a proposed effective date of April 1, 2015. PCRB said in its Circular No. 1636 on Dec. 15 that its filing, …

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Dec 19, 2014 10:57AM

LeapFrog, Lombard to Acquire Stakes in Thai Insurer SMK from RSA

LeapFrog Investments, Lombard Investments, and Syn Mun Kong Insurance Public Company Limited (SMK) [SMK:Bangkok] announced today that LeapFrog and Lombard will each acquire approximately 11 percent of SMK, from Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Plc (RSA). The venture is the …

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Dec 19, 2014 10:54AM

Texans Can Expect More Troopers on Patrol During Holidays

Texas troopers will increase patrols over the more than two-week holiday period with officers on the lookout for drunken drivers. The Texas Department of Public Safety says expanded patrols begin Dec. 19 and run through Jan. 2. The period includes …

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Dec 19, 2014 10:51AM

Donald Gaddis Co. Acquires Chicago-Based Kelly and Elliott

Wholesale insurance broker and general agency, Donald Gaddis Co. Inc., has purchased rights to all the renewals of Kelly and Elliott Ltd. Both companies areheadquartered in Chicago. Gaddis also hired all of Kelly and Elliott?s employees. The transaction was effective …

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