What Makes a Great Insurance Agent?

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What Makes a Great Insurance Agent?

When you are shopping for any type of insurance, you are going to want the help and advice of someone who understands the insurance business and who is truly interested in helping you protect yourself rather than making the most money. Unfortunately some insurance agents are in the business for their own benefit and will not tell you when you are paying too much or are buying insurance that you simply don't need. I am a former insurance agent, and I have seen the best and worst. This blog is about noticing red flags when it comes to sneaky insurance sales people and about finding the signs of a truly good agent.


Reasons Why Employees Should Have Workers’ Compensation Insurance

The topmost priority of many enterprises is ensuring their employees are safe at work. However, it is not always possible to protect them against unavoidable accidents, falls, or diseases. Although it may be hard to protect staff against all work-related injuries and accidents, the company can ensure their employees have workers' compensation insurance that covers them against losing their earnings or covering their own medical bills. Here are three questions that employees may have about workers' compensation insurance. Read More 

Hire A Public Adjuster To Help You

When you have to make a claim to your insurance because of some kind of damage to your car or your home, your insurance company is going to send out an adjuster to evaluate the damage and to talk to you. The adjuster will look at the damage and assess its severity. Once they know what the severity is, the adjuster will go back to the insurance company and tell them their findings. Read More 

Three Benefits Of Commercial Transportation Insurance Coverage

Insurance coverage is important because it helps businesses prepare for future risks. The trucking and transportation businesses usually face multiple challenges when transporting freight to different places. Thus, getting a comprehensive commercial transportation insurance cover is essential in guaranteeing that the business is in a position to handle most risks in the transportation service, such as road accidents and loss of cargo. While most trucking and transportation industry business owners face similar problems, some problems are unique to individual businesses depending on various factors. Read More 

Easy Tricks To Reduce Your Auto Insurance Policy Rates

While most people enjoy the convenience of owning a car, they consider auto insurance an unnecessary expense. However, investing in a good auto insurance policy is one of the best decisions you can make after acquiring your dream car. This plan will offer financial protection after an accident and ensure you keep the vehicle for longer. Contrary to what most people believe, insurance policies don't necessarily have to be costly. Factors like the car's age, make, model, engine capacity, driving history, location and modifications may affect the premium, but there are ways to minimize the rates. Read More 

Do You Need To Pay For Business Insurance Before Opening A Liquor Store?

The logistics that go into opening a small business are incredibly capital intensive. From paying for the lease of your new brick-and-mortar space to recruiting staff and even purchasing stock, you probably cannot wait to start making sales so that you can recoup some of the capital that you have invested. Therefore, when it comes to paying for yet another expense, you understandably could be unwilling to spend more money. Read More