Your Privacy

Insurance Information Practices

When you apply for insurance, you disclose information about yourself to us.
It is the policy of The Trojan Insurance Agency, and its employees to:

  1. Collect only information necessary is relevant to our business
  2. Make a reasonable effort to ensure that the information is accurate, timely, and complete
  3. Besides the application, we may need additional information about you, or other individuals proposed for coverage, from outside sources, such as motor vehicle records, loss history, consumer reports including credit scores, health questionnaires, and public records. Properties may be inspected to verify valuation and condition and photographed
  4. Information collected about you shall be contained in our agency files, and appropriate security standards are maintained to prevent unauthorized access to your information. Credit card and electronic banking account information are also safe guarded
  5. We only disclose personal information about you to:
    • Our affiliated insurance companies, and brokers
    • Lien holders, mortgages, lessors, or other persons having a legal or beneficial interest in your policy
  6. If coverage is declined, or your premium increased due to information in a consumer report, we will inform you as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act. We will also give you the name and address of the agency making the report
  7. Your privacy is our concern, and we understand the importance of confidentiality. Our employees are trained and required to maintain our privacy policies and procedures