In recent years, the blame game has become very popular. The object of the game is to find somebody to blame; it does not really make any difference who this is, as long as it is not the person looking for a victim to blame. Insurance professionals are guaranteed losers and at all costs should avoid involvement in the game. Your position in any given insurance transaction makes you the perfect target.

Most folks involved in any given transaction feel completely justified taking their shots at the middleman when something does not go exactly as planned. This is especially true for the insurance person because even if you win, you lose. Considering lost clients, time wasted, and the emotional distress of being involved in litigation, it is a zero-sum game.

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