Unforeseen accidents and illnesses can affect an individual financially as well as physically. Hospital bills arising from accidents or illnesses or destruction or theft of property can deprive an individual of their lifetime savings. A general insurance plan that protects an individual from such losses falls under the personal lines of insurance.
An insurance agent should be able to highlight the risks that pose a threat to an individual’s life and property. At the same time, he or she should be well informed about the different plans that are available for the varied needs of a customer.
For instance, if a customer is looking for details on health insurance, an agent will also have to discuss additional premium plans that will cover ambulance charges. In addition, an insurance agent should be aware of the multitude of options, benefits, exclusions or coverage details of insurance plans.
In this course, we will discuss the different aspects of general insurance that fall under the personal lines of insurance category. These aspects include advantages of coverage and premium rates, the claims process and the policy period. This course is useful for insurance agents who sell insurance policies as well as individuals who need to understand the fundamentals of general insurance to avail an insurance policy.
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