Chris Wickers has well over 20 years of business experience and has taught and lectured business courses at the college level.   He works closely with our clients because he is fully committed to meeting and exceeding expectations.

We are proud that so many of our clients have repeatedly turned to us for guidance and assistance with their insurance needs, and we work hard to earn their loyalty every day.


You Worked Hard Creating Your Business, Let Us Help You Protect It.


When you own a business, you can't eliminate risk no matter how hard you try to avoid it.  Risk is simply part of doing business these days.  The purpose of insurance is to transfer some of that risk away from you and your business and on to the insurance company.

Chris Wickers, MBA

Located in Orcutt, California and founded in 2009, Wickers Insurance provides its clients with innovative resources to help minimize and transfer their risk, which ultimately has a positive impact for their business.

We focus on commercial, personal and employee benefits and stand ready to assist you with your risk management and insurance needs. We believe in developing long-term relationships and we value the trust our clients place in us each day. 

Our passion is in taking the time to educate clients and place them in a better position to make educated decisions on what product or service is best for them and how to transfer risk.

Risk transfer is most often accomplished through an insurance policy. This is a voluntary arrangement between two parties, the insurance company and the policyholder, where the insurance company assumes strictly defined financial risks from the policyholder. 

We believe that risk can't be avoided in business, but if done correctly, much of that risk can be transferred successfully.


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you can't avoid risk when you own a business.


not knowing your potential liability can be costly.

One of the biggest mistakes a business owner can make is not knowing what the potential risks are that the business faces.  Its like going out to sea and not checking the weather report before leaving the dock.  Once you have analyzed your potential liabilities, its time to start looking at ways to transfer those liabilities away from the business.