Introducing Simply Acuity
Posted by Lisa D. on October 12, 2015 in Acuity

Insurance can be confusing. What is the right deductible for me? Do I still need comprehensive insurance for my car? What does an umbrella policy actually cover? At Acuity, we take the time to understand your specific needs and help you determine the right protection.


Our philosophy is simple. We remove the industry jargon and provide you with straight language that both experienced and novice insurance seekers can understand. We are launching Simply Acuity to provide you with interesting and timely insurance-related articles that are—dare we say—enjoyable!


Whether you are looking for information from construction or trucking industry experts,  content that relates to your everyday insurance needs, or information about lifestyle topics, we have what you’re looking for. Want to learn about why you need renter’s insurance? Looking for a good spring break vacation spot for your family? Simply Acuity has you covered.


As always, our focus is you. If you ever have feedback or questions regarding Simply Acuity, feel free to contact us at We look forward to providing you with thought-provoking, straightforward content for many years to come. Welcome to insurance made simple—it’s simply the Acuity way.

Lisa D.
Lisa D. has over 14 years of experience in the auto insurance industry, including 12 years at ACUITY. She obtained her P&C license and sold personal insurance for two years before starting at ACUITY, where she focuses on researching new auto coverages, helping with the auto pricing system, and leading auto insurance-related projects. On top of that, Lisa has her Association in General Insurance (AINS) and Associate in Personal Insurance (API) designations. Outside of work, Lisa enjoys cooking, photography, and spending time with her family. The last two go hand in hand, as she takes pictures of her kids every day.

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Posted By: Dana B on November 7, 2018 in Acuity
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