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The Bagwell Insurance Group of Gainesville was originally opened in 1980 by Wendell Bagwell under the name Northeastern General Insurance Agency. This business began as a small two-man operation with a strong commitment to professional service and quality products.

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News & Updates

07.14.15 

Summer Workout Plan 

This is a four-week exercise plan that requires only dumbbells and 30 minutes four times per week. Cardio included. 

02.08.15 

25 Things To Do Before Spring’s Arrival 

02.04.15 

Annual Insurance Assessment 

01.06.15 

Winter Weather Advisory – January 2015 

Don’t let the cold weather and winter hazards catch you unprepared!

04.01.14 

An old friend has a new name: Introducing Bagwell Insurance Group 

Wendell Bagwell, president of Allen Insurance Group of Gainesville, recently shared that his family-based business would be undergoing a BIG change: The agency will now be known as Bagwell Insurance Group.

06.28.12 

Supreme Court Upholds Healthcare Law 

In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court upholds the healthcare law, citing the individual mandate as a “tax”.

10.10.11 

Free Discount Prescrption Drug Cards 

Save 10-85% on prescription drug costs.

08.31.11 

Storms Major Reason for Homeowner’s Insurance Rate Increases 

If you haven’t reviewed your homeowner’s insurance lately, now is the time to do so. Most of the insurance carriers have filed requests with the State Insurance Department to raise rates. 

06.14.11 

Two Weeks Left to Register for Disaster Assistance with FEMA 

Georgians who sustained damage from the April 27-28 storms have only two more weeks to register for assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

05.20.11 

Free Disaster Legal Services Available To Georgia Residents 

Georgia residents in the 25 federally declared counties affected by the April 27 and 28 storms can request the assistance of a lawyer through a toll-free legal aid line operated by the State Bar of Georgia Young Lawyers Division/American Bar Association. 

05.20.11 

Rebuild Stronger And Safer: Free Advice Offered At Home Depot and Lowes 

Georgia residents who suffered damage from recent tornadoes can get advice on rebuilding stronger, more disaster-resistant structures from Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) mitigation specialists in area Home Depot and Lowe’s stores. 

05.18.11 

Return Completed SBA Loan Application As Quickly As Possible 

Georgians who have registered for disaster assistance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are encouraged to complete and return their U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) disaster loan applications as soon as they receive them. 

05.18.11 

Disaster Funds Available For Eligible Applicants 

Fears that there will not be enough money to assist everyone affected by the April 27 and 28 storms are misleading, according to officials with the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). 

05.13.11 

FEMA’s Mitigation Specialists at Two Locations 

Beginning Saturday, May 7, FEMA will offer techniques to lessen the impact of disaster-related property damages

05.12.11 

FEMA Assistance Based On Individual Loss, Needs 

Anyone who suffered damage in the recent storms will receive help based on their circumstances and needs.

04.19.11 

Bagwell Insurance Group Adds Coventry Healthcare 

Bagwell Insurance Group is proud to announce that we now offer Coventry Healthcare Individual products.

04.11.11 

Government Mandated Healthcare: Preventive Services 

Did you know that if you purchased a health insurance plan on or after September 23,2010 your preventive care services are covered at 100%? 

04.07.11 

Three Agents Certified with Nationwide Agribusiness 

Recently, three agents with Allen Insurance attended a two day certification class with Nationwide Agribusiness, making Allen Insurance a Farm Certified agency for the carrier. 

04.06.11 

Get Creative When Choosing Health Insurance 

As most people know, health insurance costs are crippling families in our country. The best way to save money on health insurance premiums is to be creative.

04.06.11 

What is the Out-of-Pocket Maximum On My Health Insurance Policy? 

The Out-of-Pocket Maximum(OOP) or stop loss, on a health insurance policy confuses almost everyone. Since I like to simplify things for folks so they understand how things really work, I thought I would do that here for everyone at one time. 

12.08.10 

CSA2010 

Learn more about the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010