Desert Insurance Solutions opens office in Scottsdale

Carrie Babij (submitted photo)

Carrie Babij (submitted photo)

Desert Insurance Solutions of La Quinta, Calif. recently opened a second office in Scottsdale, and is now serving residents and businesses of Scottsdale, Phoenix, Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe and surrounding areas.

The Scottsdale office is located 7150 E. Camelback Road, Suite 444.

Carrie Babij, president of Desert Insurance Solutions, has over 20 years of personal and commercial lines experience in the insurance industry, including as vice president at Wells Fargo Insurance in Seattle, according to a press release.

Ms. Babij has the distinction of starting and running the fastest growing insurance brokerage in the La Quinta/Palm Springs area. She specializes in insurance for high net worth home owners and professional liability but has solutions for virtually all types of risk, the release stated.

The company offers the small to mid-sized business client a level of service and experience typically only available to large clients of large brokers.

“We are very excited to bring what has been working so well in California to our friends and clients in the Phoenix-Scottsdale community,” said Ms. Babij in the release.

Desert Insurance Solutions is a one stop multi-line brokerage offering all types of personal and commercial insurance to individuals and small-to-medium sized businesses. Desert Insurance Solutions has access to top insurance carriers that specialize in providing quality coverage to meet the needs of affluent homeowners, medical professionals and business owners.

Ms. Babij recently received the Safeco Key Agent Program Award for performance and partnership. Only 10 percent of all the independent insurance agencies countrywide that sell Safeco personal lines products receive this honor, which recognizes an agency’s success and commitment to serve customers as a trusted advisor, the release stated.

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