Agent Headlines: June 2019
With 253 state lawmakers and numerous, competing interest groups, IA&B’s advocacy efforts require your support of AgentPAC.
While lawmakers haggle over how to pass a state budget by the June 30 deadline, several pieces of legislation affecting the independent agent and broker community also are receiving attention from lawmakers.
Earn CEs, update a designation, and sharpen your sales skills this summer. Find quality training near you.
Tune into Facebook.com/IABforME next Friday morning to find out who will score the nine member agency scholarships and three individual scholarships worth several thousand dollars in insurance education coursework.
Can you proceed with a customer’s verbal request to remove a vehicle from coverage?
Lawmakers are showing renewed interest in addressing Pennsylvania’s woefully low minimum auto liability limits. Help us keep the momentum by educating state representatives on the bill’s importance.
Effective June 1, 2019, ACORD unveiled a more robust version of its ACORD 68 – Electronic Delivery Supplement form.
Your auto customers vacationing north of the border must carry Canadian ID cards or risk fines. Non-Resident Inter-Province Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance Cards must be shown if a U.S. resident is involved in an accident or is pulled over.
How does the ISO Personal Auto Policy respond to the exposures created by Turo and other vehicle-sharing services?
Wondering which of your customers were impacted by recent hail events? Weather-data analytics firm, WeatherCheck, can provide insight.
Share your perspectives and exchange ideas on the flood insurance marketplace at next week’s roundtable discussions, scheduled for Allegheny and Berks Counties.
The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) continues to limp ahead. Congress passed two short-term extensions in one week, funding the program through September.