Tuesday, 1 October 2013
Albertan's and everyone across Canada even are legally required to carry insurance on their cars, trucks and other vehicles. This insurance is enforced because it protects, not only the driver who is buying the insurance, but also the potential victim of an accident that may or may not occur down the road.
It's this insurance that will pay to allow this person to fix their property, rehabilitate their body or help their family carry on with their lives in the event that person cannot provide for them any further.
However, just because our customers are legally bound to purchase our product does not mean that they don't deserve the best service that we can provide them. They deserve to understand what they are purchasing be given options that are focussed on their best interest, not the insurance companies, not the governments. The clients best interest is where we focus our energy.
As a broker supplying car insurance, home insurance, life insurance and any other kind of insurance you can imagine, in Edmonton and the rest of Alberta, our job is to protect the client from the complexities of our product.
We take courses and tests to gain our licenses because our product is difficult to understand and if we are going to be acting in the clients best interest, it is imperative that we educate our client on the choices that we're making for their car insurance or home insurance policy.
Insurance is an important commodity in our society. As a broker it is our duty to ensure that clients leave with policies that they understand and policies that will protect them in the event that they ever have to use it.
This article is written by Rob Stevenson after spending some time working at Armour Insurance in Edmonton, Lethbridge, Sherwood Park, Lloydminster and Okotoks. If you'd like to learn more about the outstanding service that Armour Insurance provides, click here.