Insights for the Insurance Professional
Learn the key solutions to help minimize Corporate Risk of Executive talent.
Learn how to improve your client experience and get policies signed faster.
Lateral moves among insurance agencies can be as hurtful and damaging as any breakup. Having the right agreements in place help make severed employment relationships as amicable and drama-free as possible for all parties involved.
Social media platforms are a great way for agents and brokers to engage clients and prospects But potential pitfalls await. Learn tips on how to avoid them.
Because cyber liability coverage and state and federal legislation constantly change to address risks of an increasingly mobile world, navigating the market and convincing clients they need cyber coverage are difficult.
Suggesting UM/UIM limit left agent exposed after insured finds it wasn’t enough
ISO and carriers’ forms tweaking not as innocuous as you would believe
Five ways to get your employees excited about their jobs
Use social media to track how customers benefit
The language of value in a non-verbal world
Grafton IL, a small town near St. Louis, has managed to mash up the unlikely elements of an invasive fish species and a wealth of foreign investors into a creative new venture.
People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. Can you identify your company’s why?
This new insurance program is a major victory for avid cyclists
Only 45 percent of U.S. renters have a renter’s insurance policy to protect their properties
One-third of employers have reprimanded employees for social media postings
PIA is partnering with Internet marketing firm Agoragate to give local agents an advantage when potential clients begin their searches for insurance online
Public companies are seemingly unconcerned about increasing odds that they or their directors could be sued within the next year.
Umbrella insurance provides peace of mind, especially for wealthy folks
2012 legislation lays the groundwork for the real work ahead
State Farm will reduce its rate request for rental dwelling policies in California by an average of 40 percent in 2017.