The insurance industry is constantly changing. Companies enter and exit markets, rates and forms change on a daily, weekly, monthly and annual basis. The reason for this constant change is that the world changes each day which results in a change in the risk that people face each day. Insurance is a way for people to share that risk with someone else. As an insurance agent it is important to keep up with the changes that your markets make. New forms require you to understand what they mean and be in a position to explain them to your customers. This will reduce the possibility of an E&O claim! In addition to keeping up with your agency’s markets, it is also important to keep up with overall changes in the industry and what other agents and companies are doing.

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