Georgia Agency Resource Blog

Can An Agency Limit The Types Of Insurance Policies It Will Issue?

The answer to the above question seems obvious. The right of a business to choose what types of products and/or services it will provide is fundamental to the successful operation of a free enterprise economy. If every insurance agency had to offer the same types of insurance policies and/or services, competition among them would be […]

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Use of Text Messages by Insurance Agents

All the marketing articles I have seen recently advise insurance agencies and other businesses to be accessible to their customers and potential customers using every means of communication available.  One of those means is sending text messages to a mobile telephone number.  The IIABA recently published a memorandum on the legal requirements that must be met by insurance agencies […]

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New PEO Regulation

Last weekend, I attended an insurance agency function at which the Insurance Commissioner, Ralph Hudgens, spoke.  In his speech, he mentioned that a new regulation governing the sale of insurance products by Professional Employer Organizations (“PEOs”) has been adopted by his office.  That regulation will take effect on February 14, 2018.  It amends Sections 120-2-3-.03 […]

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Happy New Year!

It’s been a while since my last post.  I have been busy working and traveling during the last two months of 2017.  I spent a week cruising around Cuba at the end of November and a week visiting England and Scotland at the end of December.  I highly recommend visiting both places.  The people and the scenery were great in […]

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