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10 Things I've Learned Working for an Insurance Company

  1. Most people are unaware of what coverage they actually have.
  2. There is very little insurance companies can do when they suspect fraud.
  3. Adjusters want to pay and close your claim as quickly as you do.
  4. If you are going to experience a total loss on a vehicle, do it when it's 2-3 years old, otherwise you will feel like you have been shorted. (you'll still feel shorted, but much less so)
  5. No one has enough medical coverage.
  6. Medical billing systems are incredibly inefficient.
  7. Privacy regulations cost everyone a lot more money and time than you would imagine.
  8. Wear your seatbelt.
  9. Don't ride a motorcycle without very good health insurance.
  10. Many insurance companies usually pay out around 1 dollar for every dollar they take in on premiums.