Archive for February 14th, 2009

CDL Protector Plan for Transportation Companies

Saturday, February 14th, 2009

U.S. Legal Services providers numerous legal protection plans, including their CDL Protector Plan.  The CDL Protector Plan helps transportation companies to improve their bottom line, improve or maintain their SafeStats rating and provide the company’s safety director with timely violation data to supervise drivers and their fleet.  For more information go to .

Online Wholesale Insurance Marketplace

Saturday, February 14th, 2009

CoverageFirst is an independent, online wholesale insurance marketplace, serving more than 7,000 independent agencies and brokerages. CoverageFirst helps these agencies find and access the P&C insurance products they need for their clients.

Small independent producers who qualify can access competitive markets in seconds. Quotes can be generated in hours instead of days.  For more information go to Another source can be found at and

Liquor Liability Coverage in a Five Minute Phone Call

Saturday, February 14th, 2009

Using a national wholesale broker, independent insurance brokers can quote, bind and deliver to your email inbox liquor liability coverage through an “A” rated non-admitted carrier. More than 1,000 clases of P&C business written under immediate binding authority. Visa, MasterCard and HCH payments accepted. For more information go to .

Disability Income Insurance

Saturday, February 14th, 2009

Many employers do not offer group or individual disability insurance for their employees. Yet, statistics show that the need is higher than group term life insurance, which most employers offer.

Group disability insurance cost averages 1% of payroll while individual payroll deducted disability insurance averages 1-5% of one’s gross monthly salary (rates based on each individual’s age).

Life Settlements – Policy Put Option

Saturday, February 14th, 2009

Viatical and Life Settlements is the purchase of existing life insurance policies for cash. Most states regulate the business of Viatical and Life Settlements. Texas, for example, requires licensure with detailed annual filings of all business activities.

A Policy Put Option can be established whereby the owner of a life insurance policy has the option, but not the obligation to sell the policy at a predetermined price at a future point in time. The owner has total optionality. This gives the owner of the policy the best of both worlds. If they choose to keep the policy and not exercise the option, the option will simply expire.

A Policy Put Option offers comfort and reassurance to the owner that in the event circumstances change and they no longer require the policy then can exercise the option and receive a sum greater than premiums paid. Estimated cost of the option is 1% of the face amount of the policy.