Janna Bell is the focus of this edition of Employee Spotlight. Janna joined the Supportive Insurance Services team in June of 2011 and is a Licensing Administrator. Her responsibilities include [...]
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In today’s world of program business and internet marketing, it isn’t unusual for a producer and/or agency to be doing business in all 51 jurisdictions. This brings a new set [...]
[To view this content as a PDF, click here] Throughout the country thousands of insurance adjusters every day are either out in the field inspecting damages or interacting with customers, negotiating [...]
Let’s face it…Insurance licensing can be complicated. For most people who have licensing responsibilities, it isn’t a full time job and can provide real challenges. At Supportive Insurance Services, we [...]
Our next Employee Spotlight shines on Beverly Lancaster. Beverly Lancaster began working with Supportive Insurance Services in September 2006 and has worked in the insurance industry for over 24 years. [...]
Insurance claims adjusters often have a lot of questions regarding their licensing requirements, including whether a license is needed in the first place regardless of whether they are an independent, [...]
We recently came across a new web series, “Making It Right”, which celebrates claims professionals, including licensed insurance adjusters, and the work you do. You go the extra mile to [...]
If you or your agency have ever been subject to an insurance licensing administrative action, you are well aware of the potential consequences. Not only can they be costly due [...]
This edition of Employee Spotlight features renewal licensing representative Paula Stephens. Paula began working with Supportive Insurance Services in January 2010 and has worked in the insurance industry for 17 [...]
Understanding the Importance of Certificates of Authority Withdrawals for Non-Resident Insurance LicensingBarb Donnar 2018-06-13T17:25:37+00:00
As an insurance agency, in order to do businesses in a non-resident state, you need to file a non-resident insurance licensing application. The state may then request verification of your [...]