Insurers and agents are putting a heightened importance on insurance leads this year, as a new report indicates 2012 is the year of the customer.
In a move that could result in more homeowners insurance leads for agents, the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America made clear its support of making rate changes for homeowners insurance in North Carolina.
While carriers and their insurance agents may be able to obtain a sufficient number of insurance leads for their practices, a considerable number of them are falling short of their underwriting goals, a new report indicates.
While insurance leads provide the launching point for agents to increase their commissions, converting leads into sales can often prove to be difficult.
The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York recently upheld a controversial measure that requires insurance brokers and agents to reveal to their clients what they earn from their commissions.
As fundamental as health insurance leads are to agents and the insurance industry, so are adhering to continuing education requirements, which are often subject to change.
The implementation of the PPACA could impact the compensation insurance agents receive from their commissions, potentially cutting what they earn in half.
Lawmakers in California are considering a bill that would regulate premium increases, which may help agents convert more health insurance leads into sales opportunities.
A new study suggests the obesity epidemic that’s plagued the country for many years may be becoming less of an issue.
A new study suggests the patient-doctor relationship will likely change significantly by 2025, a factor which could ultimately impact health insurance lead generation for agents.