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Derrick Maddox




Derrick Maddox is a trusted advisor who strives to put his clients at Allstate first in everything he does. A 1995 graduate of MTSU, Derrick has been an Allstate agency owner since 1999.

“Whether it be protecting your auto, home, life or business, we want to make sure your most valuable assets are properly protected,” he said. “When ‘mayhem’ happens, we provide you with the peace of mind of knowing everything will be OK.” Derrick’s agency has consistently achieved the Premier Agency rating that is designated to high performing Allstate agencies.

“We strive to provide additional value to our clients by educating them on insurance and how insurance products protect their assets and future earnings,” he said.

“We conduct annual reviews to determine if the needs of our clients have changed. As life changes, so should your insurance coverage.”

He references two tornados to illustrate why having a local agent matters to clients. “During the 2003 tornado that hit the Roanoke subdivision and the Good Friday tornado of 2009, we walked those neighborhoods to provide onsite assistance and to get claims going as needed,” he said. “It’s during situations like this that having a local agent that can provide value by offering immediate help and assistance.”

Derrick’s wife is Kim Maddox; they have two sons, Carter, who is 14, and Jake, who is 12. While Derrick enjoys running and working out, he most enjoys coaching youth sports, which over the years has included basketball, baseball and football.

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