Asotin County Insurance Agency for Auto, SR22, Home, Renters & Life
Get the Best Insurance In Asotin County
Looking for great insurance rates in Asotin County? You can get the insurance coverage you want at a price you can afford by talking to one of our professional licensed agents today.
At Mid-Columbia Insurance, we know that quality service, savings, and loyalty are all part of serving our clients.
Sure, you could call AllStateFarmers and get one quote from each or go online and get a quote from Progressive or Geico but why not shop for the best car insurance quotes in Washington by just calling us?
Start getting the savings you deserve once you get a quick & easy quote online for your car insurance, SR22 insurance, drivers license insurance, motorcycle insurance, homeowners insurance, renters insurance and even your boat, atv and RV insurance.
Broad Form Insurance covers you to drive any car in Asotin County. Owned or Not. Perfect if you own several cars or if you frequently borrow other people’s cars and want to make sure you have insurance in case they don’t.
Is your license suspended or revoked as the result of too many tickets, a DUI, or driving without insurance? If you are required to file an SR22 in Asotin County, we can get if filed for you with the department of licensing.
Satisfy your landlord & replace your stuff that is stolen or damaged by a fire in Asotin County. How much would you need to replace your electronics, clothing, furniture, etc.
Love your bike? Insure your motorcycle in Asotin County from theft or vandalism, along with any liability or medical coverage that you would need after accident while riding your motorcycle.
About Asotin County
Asotin County is a county in the southeastern corner of Washington state. As of the 2010 census, the population was 21,623. The county seat is at Asotin, and its largest city is Clarkston. The county was created out of Garfield County in 1883 and derives its name from a Nez Perce word meaning “Eel Creek”.
The area delineated by the future Washington state boundary began to be colonized at the start of the nineteenth century, both by Americans and Canadians. However, the majority of Canadian exploration and interest in the land was due to the fur trade, whereas American settlers were principally seeking land for agriculture and cattle raising. The Treaty of 1818 provided for dual control of this area by US and Canadian government officials. During this period, the future Washington Territory was divided into two administrative zones: Clark County and Lewis County (made official in 1845).
The dual-control concept was unwieldy and led to continual argument, and occasional conflict. The status of the Washington area was settled in 1846, when the Oregon Treaty ceded the land south of latitude 49 degrees North to American control.
In 1854, Skamania County was split from the original Clark County. Later that year, Walla Walla County was split from the new Skamania County. In 1875, Columbia County was split from Walla Walla County, and in 1881, a portion of Columbia County was set off to form Garfield County. The southeastern portion of Garfield County was partitioned in 1883 to form Asotin County. The 1883 boundary of Asotin has remained unchanged since then.
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