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A person employed to sell insurance policies.
- ‘Go to an independent insurance agent to learn about policies from a wide range of companies.’
- ‘A financial planner, a marketing consultant, an attorney and an insurance agent should complete your ‘advisory board.’’
- ‘Call your auto insurance agent and ask before paying extra at the rental counter.’
- ‘The insurance agent wanted us to believe he'd saved us from a terrible fate.’
- ‘While it may be tempting to contact one insurance agent, accept the first policy offered and mark the task off your list, it's not the best approach.’
- ‘You may speak directly with the claim department or work through your insurance agent or broker until the matter is concluded.’
- ‘To determine the extent of your coverage, call your insurance agent or look at your policy.’
- ‘On the advice of a local insurance agent, the business plan allotted $2,000 per year, per person for basic coverage.’
- ‘If you're not sure what your policy covers, talk to your insurance agent before you rent a car.’
- ‘We're not in the privacy of our own bathroom or even a doctor's or insurance agent's office.’
- ‘You'd also be smart to ask your insurance agent whether your current homeowner's policy covers what your home is valued at in today's market.’
- ‘They decide to have their insurance agent keep looking.’
- ‘Regardless of what policies or coverage levels farmers prefer, they should discuss their needs with their insurance agent, Jose said.’
- ‘Similarly, an annuity scam process typically begins through relentless marketing efforts by an insurance agent.’
- ‘Choose a knowledgeable insurance agent or broker who works on your account as a priority.’
- ‘What's more, it's in this crazy location: in an Asian mall, jammed between a huge Chinese restaurant and a Chinese food store, and across from a doctor's office and an insurance agent.’
- ‘A well-designed succession plan will likely involve other professionals such as an attorney, appraiser and insurance agent.’
- ‘If your insurance agent recommended a policy based on the contingent commissions, you might not have received the best quality coverage possible.’
- ‘You're probably only reading this because it's after-hours and you can't call your broker or insurance agent at this time!’
- ‘How about the insurance agent who has collected premiums for years, then failed to go to bat when a legitimate claim was denied?’
insurance agent/inˈSHo͝orəns ˌājənt/
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