Although some people believe the insurance industry is lagging behind other industries in terms of innovation, that’s not entirely the case.
Whether you’re the landlord or the tenant, the right insurance can offer protection when something goes wrong. Even a clean property with up-to-date repairs isn’t immune to things like injury, natural disasters, theft and subsequent claims.
Umbrella insurance is like an extra security net that protects against the unexpected things in life. It can be especially beneficial for people with certain jobs, hobbies or property.
The recent industry trends indicate that the disability insurance industry will continue to grow at a strong rate for years to come.
When it comes to identity theft, people always think, “That would never happen to me…” until it does. If you aren’t actively protecting yourself from identity theft, you should start now.
The ins and outs of insurance can be complicated, but understanding customer needs is simple. The key is prioritizing their needs. After all, without the customers, there would be no company.
Homeowners all across the country are at risk of falling victim to a natural disaster. From floods to tornadoes to earthquakes, every region is at risk for a severe weather event. Are you properly insured?
If the automobile industry changes that much, the auto insurance industry will have to keep up. We still have many years before this is a tangible possibility, but here are a couple ways driverless cars could affect the insurance industry.
Whether you’re a consumer an agent deciding on your next career path, you should understand the difference between independent, direct and captive agents.