Education Is a Tool

Klenk, Jeff
January 2009
Best's Review;Jan2009, Vol. 109 Issue 9, p69
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the need for insurance agents and brokers to help their professional clients by educating them about what to look for in an insurer in the U.S. The first one is the tools provided by the insurer to help professionals avoid problems and reduce risks that might lead to professional liability claims. Another one is the ability of underwriter to understand the nuances of the professional industry.


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