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What do you get from an insurance agent?

| July 8, 2018

It is increasingly easy to go about your daily life fulfilling your responsibilities with minimal face-to-face human contact. You can log online to pay a bill, perform your job in front of a computer and use an app to communicate with friends. This is not necessarily bad—in fact, in many cases, it makes tasks more convenient. Sometimes, though, it is worth the extra effort to sit down with somebody and actually interact with them. This is especially true when the matter at hand is an important issue that will have a major impact on your life.

An example of this is finding the right insurance policy. You might be looking for home, car or life insurance, but no matter what kind of policy you seek, sitting down with an agent to discuss your options is likely a wise investment of your time. You need a policy that will provide the coverage you need—and it is surely a major decision—but what exactly do you get when you partner with an insurance agent?

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Personal Guidance and Advice

Finding the right insurance policy is not an easy task. There are countless providers to choose from, and each of those providers offers a range of different policies. What if you need to insure a house and a car? Should you select policies from the same insurer? These are all questions you should be asking yourself, but they are also questions that you can ask an insurance agent. Partnering with an agent is the best way to get personalized advice and guidance based on your needs and budget. Finding a great policy is easier with an expert on your side.

A Consistent Point of Contact

Nobody likes calling a customer service line and wondering who will be on the other end. You know for sure, if you need to call back, you won’t be talking to the same person. This inconsistency is frustrating and makes it difficult to get the results you want. When it comes to insurance, consistency is important, and that’s exactly what you get from local insurance agents. When you have a dedicated insurance agent, you have a consistent point of contact who can guide you through every aspect of your policy—including claims and changes in coverage.

A Relationship Rather Than A Transaction

Above all else, local insurance agents offer a relationship rather than a transaction. When you buy a policy online and simply make your monthly payments, you are missing out on a major benefit that your policy offers. While the convenience of this may certainly have its appeal, insurance was never meant to be so impersonal. Insurance is an important investment in your life, your future and your well-being, so it only makes sense that you should have a partner who helps you handle it carefully. Your relationship with your insurance agent is important and beneficial to invest in.

Options That Work for You

At the end of the day, your insurance agent gives you options. You can interact with him or her as much or as little as you would like, but establishing a relationship with them gives you the option to utilize their expertise. The value of this resource should not be underestimated, so the next time you are about to open your insurance app, consider having a conversation with your agent instead. They can help you resolve whatever issue you might be battling and find the best policy for your unique life. They can give you the options you need.

Many people neglect to build a relationship with their insurance agent because they prefer the convenience of an app or online interaction. An agent can provide the personalized assistance that insurance demands, though, so do not overlook the value of your agent’s advice.

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Stefanie is a local blogger and social media content marketer from Maryland. She has an unhealthy obsession with puns, sarcasm and caffeinated beverages. She can usually be found on a baseball field!

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