About MIB

Mackie Insurance Brokerage (M.I.B.) is licensed with the California Department of Insurance as Mackie & Associates Insurance Services, LLC (D.b.a.), License #0C52381. These firms are owned and operated by Jeff and Linda Barnett, both licensed brokers offering insurance technical and marketing expertise to their customers. They and their staff bring 40+ years of insurance company underwriting and marketing experience, specializing in commercial insurance business to their trade. Presently, they represent 75+ Insurance & Bonding companies to save their clientele time and money in the marketing of commercial insurance & bonding coverages.

Mackie Insurance Brokerage provides insurance coverages for architects, consultants, contractors and suppliers statewide from San Diego North to the Oregon border and San Francisco Bay Area East to Lake Tahoe. M.I.B. provides business insurance and executive protection to clients located throughout California. A company resume of products and services is available on request.

Mackie Insurance Brokerage is an "appointed" broker with the State Compensation Insurance Fund (State Fund) for workers compensation and, in addition, offer General Liability, Automobile/Truck, Builders Risk (COC) & Equipment coverage, Errors & Omissions Professional Liability and Design/Build coverages. Also, Construction Bid, License, Maintenance, Performance and Court/Judicial surety bonds are available. Additional risk management coverages and a sample list of the insurance company markets used by M.I.B. is available by request. The brokerage firms are affiliated with the following organizations...

Western Insurance Agents Association (WIAA)
Professional Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (P.I.A.)
National Association of Homebuilders
El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce

When we prepare your insurance program, we will use several risk management techniques to ensure that you are provided the very best protection at the most cost effective price. These steps include...

1. Identifying potential business exposures to loss and measuring the
loss-potential of each.
2. Determine which of these exposures and risks require insurance
coverage and which can possibly be eliminated or "transferred" alternatively.

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Frequently asked questions from business insurance clients and other interested parties.
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