Under Written

Merritt, Gerald T.
May 2011
Best's Review;May2011, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p84
Trade Publication
The article offers information on how independent agents can grow their business in the U.S. insurance market. It mentions agents need to learn specialized skills which could meet service providers' objectives. It informs that agents can get professional training to enter in the emerging liability segment, through developing partnership with carriers.


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