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Homeowners, Auto, and Earthquake Insurance in La Habra, CA

Insurance Coverage Developed for the California Coast, Specifically North Orange County

Nestled in the northwestern corner of Orange County, La Habra’s roots trace back to the days of Spanish exploration. Since then, growth has consumed the La Habra Valley, specifically in regards to the avocado trees the area is famous for.


At DRD Insurance Agency, we are proud to be part of this longstanding growth. Our agency serves as not only a reliable neighbor to North Orange County residents, but also a trusted insurance provider for individuals, families, and business owners throughout La Habra.

Protection Developed with La Habra, California Residents in Mind

The area you live, work, and play produces specific risks. As an agency local to the La Habra community, we have an advantage when seeking out these hazards. Every policy we produce is carefully reviewed through this lens, with careful consideration taken for long-term loss prevention.


A comprehensive personal insurance program is accessible to La Habra individuals and families, alike. Homeowners and auto insurance serve as the foundation of this program, with carful consideration taken for all your valuable assets. Consider combining home and auto protection for streamlined services and discounted rates.


Earthquake insurance is also an important coverage to consider when residing in the La Habra Valley. Our agents own specific knowledge on the requirements and intricacies surrounding this offering. Taking an educative approach, we are available to answer questions, as well as review existing coverage. 

Agents Serving Their La Habra Neighbors

Whether taking in a show at the La Habra Depot Playhouse or attending the Tamale Festival, you will probably see our agents out and about in the local La Habra community. We encourage you to say ‘hello,’ or feel free to contact us at your convenience.


If you are interested in working with us, please feel free to request a quote.

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