Are you a member of my InsuranceCommentary.com LinkedIn Discussion Group? If not, here are some recent posts you may have missed:
- Wildfires and Floods
- Knowledge by Folklore
- Insurance Agents, You REALLY Need to Read This
- InsurTech and Chili
- If You’ve Heard One Cliche, You’ve Heard Them All
- Is Insurance Really Ripe For Disruption?
- The Dictatorship of Big Data
- The 6 Worst Things to Happen to Insurance in the Last 50 Years
- The Legacy of the ‘New Way’ to Do Insurance: MORE Reasons to Hate the Insurance Industry?
- The Comparative Rating Illusion
- 52 of the Greatest Things Anyone Ever Said…and Why
- Lemonade’s New Message for Gun Owners (and Victims?)
- Raiders of the Lost Coverage: Insurance Jones and the Temple of Exclusions
- 100 Insurance Maxims
- More InsurTech Delusions
- Big Data, Big Brother, Big Mess
- Insurance Is NOT a Commodity: Real Life example #12,472
- Dealing with Personal Lines Commissions Reductions
- Insurance and Paper Towels
- How Do You Create Customer Loyalty? Why Do Consumers Stay with a Particular Agent or Carrier for Years?
- Should College Students Be Insured Under Their Own Policies or Their Parents’ Policies?
- My InsurTech App Goes to 11
- Do Insurance Agents Matter?
- This Is Why the Public Hates the Insurance Industry
- Insurance Requirements in Contracts
- More InsurTech Hype and Hyperbole?
- ‘Sort by Price’ Is Lazy
- The Insurance Industry’s Greatest Mystery SOLVED
- Looking for Learning in All the Wrong Places: The State of Insurance CE Today
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About This LinkedIn Discussion Group:
This group is administered by Bill Wilson, CPCU, ARM of InsuranceCommentary.com and is devoted to the discussion of P&C insurance coverage and claims issues, along with emerging industry issues ranging from the perceived commoditization of personal lines to the efficacy of price optimization.