The stock market is on the ropes, and if there’s a price crash it could mean the end of the insurance industry.
But for those that make up the bulk of the market, there are some important things you can do to protect yourself and your business from any future volatility.
In the past, it has been easier to deal directly with your insurance company than with brokers, who have been quick to jump on the market and set prices.
But that’s not always the case.
In fact, the risk of being sued or being prosecuted is always a concern when it comes to insurance.
That’s where brokers come in.
But the brokers are often more concerned with protecting themselves from their own business than they are with the interests of the consumers.
While you may think you know your broker, you can still get hurt or lose money if you don’t know the right brokers to talk to.
That’s why we created this guide to help you identify the right broker for your insurance needs.
The most important thing you can learn about your broker is their fees.
The higher your premiums, the more money you’ll lose and the more likely you’ll be sued.
And the higher your fees, the higher the risk that your business will go under.
Here are some common questions you might have about brokers.
We’ve also put together a quick guide for you to get started.