Our Privacy Principles

-We value you as a customer and take your company’s privacy as well as your personal privacy seriously. We hereby make public our policies for collecting, using, securing, and sharing non-public personal “customer information.”
-We do not sell or provide customer information to persons or organizations outside our agency (other than to those insurance companies who may provide coverage or quotations for our clients and prospective clients).
-We value any person or organization providing products or services to clients on our behalf to protect the confidentiality of Cavignac & Associates customer information.
-We afford prospective and former clients the same protection as existing clients with respect to the use of personal information.

Information We May Collect

We collect and use information we believe is necessary to administer our business, to advise you about products and services, and to provide you with customer service. We may collect and maintain several types of customer information needed for these purposes. These types include: the information you provide on applications for our insurance products or on other forms, through telephone or in-person interviews; your transactions with us, providing information, such as payment history, underwriting and claim documents; and information coming from outside sources, such as driving records or claims history.

How We Use Information about You

We use the information to obtain insurance policies from companies, to process your claims, ensure proper billing, service your accounts, and offer you other insurance products that we believe may suit your needs.

Information Disclosure

We share information about your transactions (such as payment of premium) and your experiences with us (such as your claims) within our office and with the companies with whom we’ve placed your coverages in order to better serve you and assist in meeting your needs. We share customer information as necessary to handle your claims and protect you against fraud and unauthorized transactions.