Insights for the Insurance Professional
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Learn how to improve your client experience and get policies signed faster.
Agency takes insurance relationships a step further to become ‘business partners’ with clients, promoting behavior that improves loss outcomes.
Owner's varied insurance career molds agency's recruitment, retention strategies.
Regular communication and consultation help this Connecticut agency stay ahead of the curve in such markets as transportation, schools, and fuel marketers.
With the worst of the financial meltdown in the rearview mirror, agents and brokers talk about what happened, what the landscape looks like now, and how they're faring in the new normal.
Ohio court rules agents are required to obtain only coverage the buyer requests.
Clarity is key no matter what language is spoken.
In our technological rush to the future, take time to examine the past.
Smartphone apps reach clients quickly.
Military combat mission formula helps agents set concrete sales goals.
Owner, Paradiso Financial & Insurance Services LLC
Professional athletes are a high-net-worth niche, but they need an education.
NARAB would allow agents and brokers to operate on a multi-state basis by eliminating duplicative state licensing requirements and unnecessary costs.
Study uncovers racial discrepancy between workers' comp awards within the construction industry.
More Americans choosing to work from home.
Deep Customer Connection's 10th carrier performance survey names Top 10 Insurers.
Fifty-four percent of U.S. insurers expect an increase in the cost of personal insurance fraud.
Employees would choose better boss over bigger paycheck.
Pet insurance is the latest optional coverage trend.
Web 2.0 raises risks for defamation, libel, copyright and security breaches
Congress's failure to act on farm bill hurts drought-stricken farmers
New ecosystems provide tremendous opportunities to transform risk management, the customer experience, and operations.
Tyson Foods Inc., the largest U.S. meat processor, is recalling 132,520 pounds (60 metric tons) of fully cooked chicken nuggets that may be contaminated with hard plastic.