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From Doctor to Boxer - Tuesday, April 16, 2013

This tale began when a renowned physician enrolled in an extreme “boot camp” style fitness program. Dr. D. became obsessed with his exercise routine which slowly evolved into a hazardous hobby. The boot camp program utilized a variety of activities including sprints, tractor tire flipping and boxing…

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Real Life Cases: Dr. B - Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Untitled Document November 27, 2012 Real Life Cases: Dr…

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Great Ideas for Unique Insurance Sales Opportunities: The Year of The Law Firms - Tuesday, March 29, 2011

In 2010 we had a tremendous increase in the number of law firms that purchased High Limit Disability Insurance. The reasons for this were perhaps many, but we know of a few cases whereby the firm had experienced the effects of one or more of their partners suffering from a disability…

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Great Ideas for Unique Insurance Sales Opportunities: Corporate Accumulation Death and Disability - Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Catastrophic loss is something few business firms give much thought to, yet when presented with the “what is at stake” the management often times takes a BIG GULP!Corporate Accumulation Death and Disability is not just limited to the place of work, but places of gathering such as special events whereby a business firm may have several or even hundreds of employees in attendance…

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Great Ideas for Unique Insurance Sales Opportunities: Temporary Government Attorney - Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Mrs. K, a talented litigation attorney working for a large New York law firm, is offered a two year assignment with the administration of the President of the United States’. This assignment offers an income of $250,000 annually and will be an exemplary credential for her, probably boosting her career to the next level…

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Great Ideas for Unique Insurance Sales Opportunities: Senior Market Disability - Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Take the case of… Mr. A, age 62, who found himself with a new young family.At the age of 62 it was difficult to secure an adequate level of Disability Insurance. As the sole bread winner for his family, every dime of his $170,000 income is needed to support the mortgage, food, clothing, and private education for his two young children…

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