Insurance agency consultant Chris Burand is launching a new blog on insurance agency errors and omissions (E&O) issues on InsuranceJournal.com
In Burand’s Agency E&O Blog, the consultant will share E&O situations and solutions facing property/casualty insurance agencies.
The blog, launched on May 30, can be found here.
“I want to share my experience from more than 20 years helping agencies deal with and prevent many of the E&O situations they find themselves in,” says Burand.
He said he hopes readers will comment and participate in a conversation about E&O concerns through his blog.
Burand is president and owner of Burand & Associates, LLC, a management consulting firm that has been specializing in the property/casualty insurance industry since 1992. Burand is recognized as a leading consultant for agency valuations, helping agents increase profits and reduce the cost of sales. His services include: agency valuations/due diligence, producer compensation plans, expert witness services, E&O carrier approved E&O procedure reviews, and agency operation enhancement reviews. He also provides the acclaimed Contingency Contract Analysis service and has the largest database and knowledge of contingency contracts in the insurance industry.
Burand has more than 20 years experience. He is a featured speaker across the continent at more than 180 conventions and educational programs. He has written for numerous industry publications including Insurance Journal, American Agent & Broker, National Underwriter and A.M. Best. He also publishes Burand’s Insurance Agency Adviser for independent insurance agents.
Burand is a member of the Institute of Business Appraisers, a department head for the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America’s Virtual University, an instructor for Insurance Journal’s Academy of Insurance, and a volunteer counselor for the Small Business Administration’s SCORE program.
Read the new blog here.
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