We protect you and your family from life's storms.
We offer a wide range of coverage on health, life, and retirement.
I use fraternal organizations that connect people in their communities.
One out of three Americans will have cancer in their life. Are you protected?
Is your money growing safely?
About Paul Grosshans.
My name is Paul Grosshans. I am the owner of Big John Insurance. I decided to write this to give you a feel of who I am, and what you can expect if you decide to do business with me.
I am a man who taught elementary school for 34 years. I enjoyed it and found it a very rewarding career. When I retired I wasn’t sure what to do. I was way too young to sit in a rocking chair for the rest of my life. I didn’t want a 9-5 job or an hourly job. I wanted a job that could be as rewarding as teaching. I found insurance.
Insurance is all about protecting people from risks, the known and the unknown. Protecting people from those risks, educating them on the risks seemed like the right fit for me. An example is a short term disability plan to protect a person’s paycheck. A lot of people don’t follow Dave Ramsey or Suze Orman and have 6 months to a year’s income in savings. Missing one or two paychecks could lead to a world of financial hurt.
Or a life insurance policy that allows your loved ones to live financially worry free after you’re gone. You might never need a STD plan, but we are all going to die someday. We don’t know when, do we? We do know that it will happen.
What you should expect from me is someone who will care about your needs. I will spend as much time as you need to complete the learning curve. I will advise, and you will decide. I am NOT a traditional salesman. If after you have been informed and you don’t feel the need, I will respect your wishes. If you later change your mind I will be happy to help you.
A lot of people think that once you hit a certain age you don’t need life insurance anymore. Many people think the coverage they have at work will continue into their retirement. Rarely does that happen. Take a quick look at this 45 second video. If it is you, or someone you love, give me […]Read More
I was listening to the radio while traveling to an appointment. The discussion on the show was the money paid to families of 9/11 victims by the Federal government, i.e. taxpayers. Some of the discussion was the lack of money given to the victims’ families of other tragedies, like the Oklahoma City bombing. As the […]Read More