Help Your Friends and your Community

Humble & Davenport Insurance of Washington has always been dedicated to making a difference in the community by providing high quality insurance coverage at the lowest possible rates. We consider it to be a personal compliment every time someone chooses us as their insurer or refers a friend to our services. Now, we want to Read More

Why You Should Consider an Electric Car

Electric cars have been in the news a lot lately. In particular, Tesla has made waves in the industry thanks to their innovative design, direct-to-consumer sales model, and company-created charging station infrastructure. With the electric car industry set to grow over the next few years, many are considering one for themselves. While there are certainly Read More

Documenting Your Life: Keeping Track of Essential Information

Keeping track of all of your personal and financial information isn’t easy. However, compiling all of the information into one guide is critical so that it is easily accessible when you need it the most. Personal Information First, gather all information that relates to property that you own, such as a will, trusts and powers Read More

Homeowners: Is Your Roof Ready For The Spring Rainy Season?

No matter what the season, our roofs take a pounding each and every day. Sun, wind, hail, precipitation and even surrounding vegetation can all cause damage to our roofs. Unfortunately,some of this damage may not be readily apparent, until a significant amount of rain falls. So, what can a homeowner do to protect their home Read More

We Want to Support Your Favorite Charities!

Charity is one of the most important things we can do to support our community. However, we know that it can sometimes be difficult to donate as much as we would like. That’s why Humble & Davenport Insurance is announcing a new charity for referral program. The way it works is simple: In exchange for Read More

National Distracted Driving Awareness Month Puts Focus on the Road

Most people have quite a bit to accomplish in a day, and many think it is natural to take a routine task, like driving and use it as an opportunity to get a little multitasking in, like letting your spouse know you’re stuck in traffic or telling your teenagers to do their homework and giving Read More