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.


Construction Vehicles, Accidents, Contractor Liability Insurance, And You

Owning your own construction business is both a pleasure and a worry. On the one hand, you own the business; you can pick and choose which projects and when to work. On the other hand, not all of your employees are going to be great. That is why you should have contractor liability insurance. To get a better idea of how much protection you have, take a closer look at the following scenarios involving construction vehicles, accidents, and the employees involved. Read More 

How A DUI May Affect Your Car Insurance

Are you a person who drinks and drive sometimes? Perhaps you have done it many times and never got a traffic stop for it. You may even consider yourself a person who has a high tolerance. Drinking and driving is serious, and there are numerous ramifications that you could face if you continue.  The following points will help you to understand what could happen if you get a DUI. Legal Issues Read More 

Preparation Tips For Households Living In A Flood Plain

If your new home is located in a floodplain or if it is located near a body of water that puts it at a high risk for seasonal flooding, then the following tips will help you prepare for an onslaught of water before it ever arrives:  Tip: Check the FEMA Flood Map to Determine Exactly How at Risk Your Property is of Future Flooding If you have not already done so, the first thing you should do to assess your property's flood risk is to put your address into the FEMA Flood Map Service's website online. Read More 

3 Questions To Ask Your Agent Before Buying Travel Insurance

One of the best times of your life is when you decide to take a trip. Planning your vacation can be a lot of fun and allow you to make the most of your time off work. However, the key to avoiding several unwanted situations that may arise could involve getting travel insurance. Doing so may allow you to have more peace of mind and it's ideal to know the right questions to ask your agent to help you prepare. Read More 

Marketing Strategies For A Modern Medical Billing Service

All businesses will benefit from certain marketing techniques, and this is certainly the case for medical billing services. Businesses like these are obviously trying to attract a very specialized group of clients and customers, including doctors and other medical professionals. However, many familiar forms of marketing will still work when medical billing companies are involved. A lot of marketing is still about communication and making sure that potential customers know what they will get out of working with a particular organization. Read More