Employers Re to Become GE Insurance Solutions

September 7, 2004

  • September 7, 2004 at 9:52 am
    Policy Peddler says:
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    Perhaps GE should investigate how they can offer better service from their companies. No, I’ll reword that. Perhaps GE should investigate how they can deliver ANY service from their companies. They have ruined GE Med Pro! It no longer can provide any service and, when attempting to provide service, commits additional mistakes which never go away. The advent of GE trying to run an insuranc carrier marked the demise of a once proud and efficient carrier.

  • September 7, 2004 at 12:25 pm
    Andrew J. Barile,CPCU says:
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    Could be away from the move to spin off with more identity to parent GE. As Consultant To Investment Capital Management firms questions come up are they going to bring this public after branding? Move to give clients more assurance of financial stability with GE behind it. Andy Barile.

  • September 7, 2004 at 12:29 pm
    Former Med Pro says:
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    “Policy peddlar” is correct. I would like to hear from agents that sell all GE Products, not just Professional Liability. Does GE deliver ‘unsurpassed customer service” as Mr. Pressman says?

  • September 7, 2004 at 12:48 pm
    Another Former Med Pro says:
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    I noticed that Medical Protectives name was mearly lumped into the catagory of other “direct to-market” insurance divisions. They used to be the top of the top, they were the standard that other PL carriers strived to achieve. Now they do not provide service, answers, help, or other daily customer service functions so basic that other carriers do it without effort. Their arrogance of the GE family is way to evidendt. What is in a name? In my opinion – not the type of service Professional Liability insureds deserve. Medical Protective gets an F+ in working with their business partners and insureds.

  • September 8, 2004 at 2:49 am
    xsman17 says:
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    They did this about 4-5 years and scrapped it. Probably have some left trinkets that they need to get rid of.



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