State Farm® Insurance Agent Shadonna Lewis

3087 Livingston Road
Bryans Road, MD 20616

Next to the Bryans Road Fire Department

Shadonna Lewis State Farm Agent

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Office Info

Address

3087 Livingston Road
Bryans Road, MD 20616

Languages

English, Spanish
About Me

Shadonna Lewis - State Farm Insurance Agent is a lifelong resident of Charles County, MD and I am ecstatic to be able to serve my community. I am currently a member of the Chamber of Commerce and a long-time member of the Mt. Hope missionary church family. I have an amazing teenage son who loves the outdoors and dirt bikes. I have numerous years of insurance experience and offer auto, home, life, and health insurance. My staff as well, as myself, are licensed in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. We are located off of rt. 210 which is close to Nanjemoy, Accokeek, and Ft. Washington. If you are looking for an agency that is family-oriented, knowledgeable, and trustworthy give us a call or stop by.

Our office is available Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM for you to call or visit. We also accept appointments outside of these times. We provide free quotes for the following services:

· Auto Insurance

· Homeowners Insurance

· Business Insurance

· Life Insurance

· Motorcycle Insurance

· Boat Insurance

· Off-road Insurance

· Motorhome Insurance

· Renter's Insurance

· Supplemental Health coverage

· Liability Insurance

· Pet Insurance

· Retirement Planning

· Rocket Pro

State Farm also provides many discounts on our numerous insurance policies. Call today to see if you are eligible for any offered discounts.

Use extra caution as you hit the road this year. Here are a few tips to keep your holiday plans on track:

  • Say no to holiday eggnog. Never drink and drive, but also be on the lookout for haphazard driving and drivers operating their vehicles under the influence. Unfortunately, the number of accidents and fatalities caused by drinking inevitably rises around the holiday season. You can take other steps to avoid drinking and driving.

  • Plan for shorter days. The more light, the safer the roads. During the winter months, an earlier sunset means you've got less daylight to work with. Ideally, plan your trip to avoid driving at night.

  • Be ready if your battery dies. Cold weather takes its toll on car batteries. Double-check to make sure you've got jumper cables in your trunk. You never know when an easy jump-start could save you time and hassle — or when you could use them to help someone else.

  • Keep a blanket or additional warm clothes in your car in case you break down or get stuck. You do not want to be stranded and get cold.

  • If you have roadside assistance on your insurance policy, be sure to have that number saved for immediate assistance. If you are unaware if you have roadside coverage, be sure to check with your insurance agent.

Happy Holidays!

Products

Insurance Products Offered

Auto, Homeowners, Condo, Renters, Personal Articles, Business, Life, Health, Pet

Other Products Offered

Banking, Annuities

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Our mission is to insure the community against everyday risks while continuing State Farm's shared values of quality service and relationships, integrity and financial strength. This office is an essential part of the community that can provide all insurance and financial services needs. We are here to make a positive difference in your life and our communities.

Lisa Hawkins State Farm Agent Team Member

Lisa Hawkins

Office Manager

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Qea Gardner

Account Representative

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Elisha Peake

Account Representative

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Please Note: This opportunity is about potential employment with an independent contractor agent who solicits applications for State Farm products and services, and does NOT result in employment with any of the State Farm Insurance Companies. The employment selection decision , terms and conditions of employment (such as compensation and benefits) are all determined solely by the independent contractor agent.