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Earlier this year, I reported that the president of a major carrier casually noted that he did not buy personal lines coverage from his own company for fear of raising ethical conflicts. Our regular ethics columnist,Peter R. Kensicki–queried NU readers on what they thought, prompting one of our biggest responses. Click on to read what your colleagues make of this conundrum, and feel free to weigh in with additional comments.

Mr. Kensicki–professor of insurance at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond , Ky., as well as a member of the Ethics Committee of the CPCU Society–wrote the following column about his findings in the March 23 edition of National Underwriter:

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