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Businiess name:  Allstate Insurance Agent: Paul Vogel
Review by:  Ron R.
Review content: 
After our condo insurance had drastically increased recently (something now very common in Seattle), our condo board decided to shop out a new insurance provider. After being either turned down or offered even higher premiums through brokers and other companies, Paul Vogel came through with a premium over $1k less than our previous one, with even better deductibles. Additionally, his business demeanor is professional and trustworthy; I really felt I was speaking with someone who was being "straight up" with me. Though we've only just started our coverage, the general sentiment is that we are in "good hands". Do they still use that slogan?

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