Not Extinct but Still Endangered

Happy to see that this from 2012 is still relevant http://theinsurancebill.com/?p=188 

On the other hand, it is disappointing to know that although the industry has advanced, it really hasn’t.  The excuses are still the same.  The lack of interest in the customer is still there.

But what has changed?  In theory, there are more tools today to help you “review” your auto and home insurance.  In reality, they may connect to more companies but the tools are not much better.  Carriers are spending more to find people instead of spending more to keep people.

What kind of radio are you?

Are you terrestrial radio?  So for 9 years it was me and my xm radio.  Now about a year and a half ago I started having an affair with Pandora and it was and continues to be wonderful.  So what is a guy to do?  Well as fate would have it my receiver stopped working in the car.    So now it is me and a binder full of Success magazine cd’s and pandora through my phone.

New York No-Fault coverage, simple question…

If given the choice would you want $50,000 or $175,000? Easy answer right.  What if you could have $50,000 to pay for all of your medical bills and lost time from an auto accident or $175,000?  Another easy answer right.  Now check your auto insurance policy’s No-Fault(also called Personal Injury Protection PIP) section and make sure you have $175,000.  If you do not have the full amount please call your agent immediately.

If you are wondering what else your agent has not done for you call me immediately.

UPDATE 5/11/2015