Earlier this month multimillionaire celebrity Bruce Jenner was involved in a Malibu car accident that resulted in a number of injuries and one fatality. Then last week it was reported that he only has $250,000 in automobile liability coverage. Continue reading “Why Getting to Know Our Clients is so Important”
I believe success is both your situation and how you think about it. How should you think about insurance? Continue reading “How to Think About Insurance”
When you buy insurance you hope for the best (no losses) and plan for the worst (loss and claim).
As I mentioned in my January, 2014 post, contracts and carriers are different when it comes to handling the five dimensions of a claim: Continue reading “The Five Dimensions of an Insurance Claim”
Here’s a question that I get quite often: I keep seeing ads that say I can save on insurance by switching…should I be shopping for cheaper insurance? Continue reading “Should I Switch to Cheaper Insurance?”
This month I’d like to finish up my message on the three most important things about insurance: find a good agent, contracts are different and, today, sweat the big stuff. Continue reading “The 3rd Most Important Thing About Insurance: Sweat the Big Stuff”
As I mentioned last month, there are three important things to note about your insurance. The first, as we’ve discussed, is a good agent — preferably an independent one. The second important consideration, and one I’ld like to address here is your insurance contract – because contracts are all different. Continue reading “The 2nd Most Important Things About Insurance: Contracts Are All Different”
Hi everybody and thanks for reading my first post. I’ll be posting more from here on out with little tidbits I’ve picked up from my years in the insurance business, along with current tips you can use. This month I’d like to kick things off with something more general: one of the three most important things about your insurance – what makes a good agent? Continue reading “The Most Important Thing About Insurance: A Good Agent”