In answering an important question like this it’s always smart to ask an expert with knowledge acquired from multiple perspectives. We reached out to JS contributor David Thompson, AAI, CPCU, CRIS to answer the age old insurance questions for umbrella policies… “How much is enough?” and “How much does enough cost?” [Read more…] about The Umbrella Fallacy…
Archives for October 2021
Citizens Direct to Consumer—Only the Facts
While in the throes of sharing an opinion on the move by Citizens Board Chairman to bypass agents and go direct to consumers, I discovered that Kyle Ulrich had beaten me to the punch. As the President and CEO of the Florida Association of Insurance Agents he’s heard these bad idea’s before–usually, as in this case, from non-insurance folks. Reproduced here with permission are his thoughts on the subject. Enjoy!
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STREMS NOT GUILTY of CONTEMPT
Yes, once again, the END IS NEAR! For a good summary of how we got to this point and the results of trials where both sides have presented their cases on allegations against attorney Scot Strems, you should read Collapse of an Evil Empire! Part XI—Making Sense of Things.
This report is about the most recent decision (September 28, 2021)–where the Bar alleges Contempt by Scot Strems for violating the Supreme Court’s June 9, 2020, Emergency Suspension of his license to practice law. [Read more…] about STREMS NOT GUILTY of CONTEMPT