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Insurance buyers do not understand the difference between an insurance agent and an insurance broker. The basic insured who is not involved in the business of insurance believes–incorrectly–that the person they deal with to acquire insurance is an agent of the insurance company with the authority to bind the insurer to any representation made, whether in the policy wording or not. Insurance brokers often fail to disabuse their clients of such a misunderstanding.

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