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Rate Increases By your Favorite Advertisers

by Cole Humphreys in Headline News at May 12, 2015

Auto and Homeowners insurance rates are increasing in Grand Prairie, Arlington, Mansfield and Irving. Government employee insurance company, which everybody knows saves drivers 15 percent on auto insurance, will raise its auto premiums after underwriting results declined in the first quarter. The direct writer said its underwriting profit for the […]

Insurance Markets Changing

by Cole Humphreys in Headline News at May 4, 2015

Insurance in Grand Prairie stands to be effected by the ever-changing market place. Many with long careers in the industry have seen newer entries founder on the sales of our business. Many well-to do outsiders do not understand the natural complexities of the insurance environment such as the long trail of liability claims, varied […]

by admin in Headline News at February 19, 2014

Trouble in Paradise

Fred Loya insurance has been rising and rising over the past 10-20 years with no end in site. They have sold policy after policy and have made lots of money. It now appears as if they have begun to see the exhaust from their trail of success. We are now […]

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by admin in Headline News at September 12, 2012

Disaster

This report, by Robert Hartwig, president of the Insurance Information Institute, and Claire Wilkinson, analyzes the evolving nature of international terrorism. For property/casualty insurers and reinsurers, the impact of the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, was substantial, producing insured losses of about $32.5 billion, or $40.0 billion in 2011 dollars. Following […]

by admin in Headline News at November 30, 2010

Life Insurance

Someone in Dallas, Fort Worth, Grand Prairie, Mesquite, Arlington, Cleburne, Aledo, Weatherford, or anywhere else in Texas, purchases a life insurancepolicy. They expect the policy benefits to be paid when the insured passes away. But that does not always happen. The Los Angeles Times ran an article on November 21, 2010, titled “Flaws Can […]

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by admin in Headline News at June 24, 2010

The new ways for businesses to communicate

“I want full coverage please.” This is the most commonly used phrase when quoting customers. The second is “I only want the basic.” The 3rd is pretty accurate which is “I want just liability.” The problem with the first two of these statements are that they are way to vague and they are […]

by admin in Headline News at June 19, 2010

Uninsured Drivers

It has come to pass. The Texas Department of Insurance will be sending letters to uninsured drivers beginning June 14th. This is a big step in a long process that began in 2005 when SB1670 was passed. This law put into effect to TexasSure system that tracks all registered vehicles […]

by admin in Headline News at May 11, 2010

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Commissioner Mike Geeslin announced the enforcement of all fines charged but the Texas Department of Insurance. “The actions include three license revocations, four license denials and fines and restitution totaling $866,981.” ( tdi.tx.us) These enforcements spread all over the state as well as in other parts of the country. Reasons […]

by admin in Headline News at May 10, 2010

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In Katy, Texas there is an insurance agency that is now hooked up with ISU. The name of the Agency is Tom Stewart Insurance. This is the first time that ISU has entered into the Texas market. ISU is one of the largest Insurance agencies in the US. “The ISU […]