A relatively healthy 51-year-old chiropractor and business owner was seeking disability insurance to help cover his monthly office overhead expenses in case he became temporarily disabled and was unable to work for a period of time. As he rightfully should, the client was looking for insurance in excess of his personal DI cover and was […]
Best Practices is a term that was used frequently in the 1980’s up to about 2010, but has faded a bit in the past decade. Best Practices was a term used to describe a set of “standards” to insure consistency and reliability for clients (and producers). It was designed to be a comparison with some […]
It’s true, not every senior-aged individual living in the United States qualifies for Medicare at the same point in life. Obamacare guidelines and state and federal regulations occasionally leave some American demographics without an ACA-governed medical insurance outlet. Additionally, because of age and residency restrictions, private insurance and healthcare exchanges are not often available solutions to many […]
Please enjoy the following interview of Tom Petersen by Robert Russo discussing the evolving nature of travel insurance in the COVID era and the specific attributes of various product lines including Kidnap & Ransom Insurance as well as Travel Medical Insurance.