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Problem Solver vs. Premium Hikes

The Value of Having an Advocate on Your Side during Inflation….and Potential Insurance Premium Increases. Inflation is a real and rampant fact of life in this day and age – impacting everything from gas prices to groceries. With auto and home prices also on the rise, it’s only a matter of time before insurance premiums follow suit. As many Americans witness more of their hard-earned...

The Great Resignation

The Labor Department recently released more detailed numbers from what is commonly now being called the “Great Resignation.” Workers are leaving their current jobs for a number of reasons and Georgia is tied for the top quits rate at 4.5%. This means about 1 in 22 workers quit their job in November in the Peach State. This is in line with what we are hearing...

Does My Homeowners Insurance Cover Rising Construction Costs?

There’s nothing like a natural catastrophe to stop people in their tracks and really make them think “How Well Protected Am I?” While ensuring the integrity of your current structure and having a shelter or escape plan in place are essential components for safeguarding your family in the event of an emergency, the right homeowner’s insurance can prove a true lifesaver in the aftermath of...

“Insurance Problem Solvers” is More Than a Tagline

Since our launch in 1993, Gillman Insurance has been proud of the reputation we’ve built throughout Metro Atlanta as “insurance problem solvers.” It’s more than a role or a tagline. For us… it’s a way of life. Our passion for helping our clients find the best solutions for their personal, commercial, home, auto, photography, life and group insurance needs is beautifully reflected in our trophy...

3 Reasons Why Life Insurance is a Key Component to Caring for Aging Parents

According to the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, an estimated 4.7 million U.S. households encompass three generations – whether the home is owned by the grandparent or their adult child. Those numbers are expected to rise in step with the growth of the number of people aged 75 and up from 23 to over 34 million people over the next decade, an...