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J.M. Wilson Blog - The Intersection

The Intersection is authored by J.M. Wilson Managers and Associates as well as guest bloggers from industry partners. It focuses on insurance industry news, professional development and personal development information, offering an array of helpful information for anyone working in the insurance industry. ---------- J.M. Wilson is a Managing General Agency and Surplus Lines Broker, providing independent insurance agents access to specialty markets for both personal and commercial lines. With branch and affiliate offices in eight states, J.M. Wilson is able to provide coverage for standard and hard-to-place commercial, transportation, property & casualty, professional liability and errors and omissions, personal lines and surety classes in twenty-one states.

Rain Isn't the Only Thing That Could Ruin Your Parade

Author ShawnaMcCafferty , 11/12/2015
In the J.M. Wilson blog post, "Rain Isn't the Only Thing That Could Ruin Your Parade", Terry McFaul, Manager of Training & Development, discusses the many uses of weather insurance, which includes, but is not limited to the peril of rain.

Tips for a Smooth Insurance Audit

Author ShawnaMcCafferty , 11/4/2015
 In the JM Wilson blog post, "Tips for a Smooth Insurance Audit", Roxanne Barry, P&C Underwriting Manager, explains how to prepare for an audit and provides a "Records Checklist" for clients to use to help them when preparing for their next audit.

Complaint to Compliment: How to Turn Any Adversity Into an Advantage

Author ShawnaMcCafferty , 10/27/2015
In the J.M. Wilson blog post, "Complaint to Compliment: How to Turn Any Adversity Into an Advantage", guest blogger, Charles Williams, explains how he treats every customer interaction as an opportunity for business growth.

7 Ways to Use Content That Will Captivate Your Audience

Author ShawnaMcCafferty , 10/22/2015
In the J.M. Wilson blog post, "7 Ways to Use Content That Will Captivate Your Audience", Kristin O'Leary, Director of Strategic Quality, provides useful tips to help engage your audience with content marketing.

Tiny Homes. Big Opportunity.

Author ShawnaMcCafferty , 10/14/2015
In the J.M. Wilson blog post, "Tiny Homes. Big Opportunity.", Personal Lines Underwriter, Lori Yingling, explains the recent popularity of the 'tiny house movement' and more importantly, the opprotunity it brings to the insurance industry.

Insurance Advertisements - Price vs. Value

Author ShawnaMcCafferty , 10/8/2015
In the J.M. Wilson blog post, "Insurance Advertisements - Price vs. Value", Illinois Branch Manager, Jeanne Callan, discusses the current ad campaigns of the insurance industry's 'big players' and gives her perspective on the truthfulness behind the ads that only emphasize price.


The Quick & Easy Rundown of Admitted vs. Non-Admitted Insurance

Author ShawnaMcCafferty , 9/29/2015
In the J.M. Wilson blog post, "The Quick & Easy Rundown of Admitted vs. Non-Admitted Insurance", Elizabeth Sundburg, Content & Social Media Facilitator, compares admitted and non-admitted insurance by highlighting the key points of each.

Everything You Need to Know About Home Valuation Methods

Author ShawnaMcCafferty , 9/24/2015
In the J.M. Wilson blog post, "Everything You Need to Know about Home Valuation Methods", Cheryl Gleason, Personal Lines Underwriting Manager, goes in-depth on methods used to estimate a home's value for insurance purposes.

How a Big Mac Can Help You Sell More Insurance

Author ShawnaMcCafferty , 9/22/2015
In the J.M. Wilson blog post, "How a Big Mac Can Help You Sell More Insurance", Elizabeth Sundburg, Content & Social Media Facilitator, explains how understanding your buyer is key to any successful marketing campaign.

Searching for Hidden Treasure - Insuring Collectibles

Author ShawnaMcCafferty , 9/17/2015
In the J.M. Wilson blog post, "Searching for Hidden Treasure - Insuring Collectibles", guest blogger, Charles Williams, Personal Lines Insurance Producer for Al Bourdeau Insurance Agency, explains the importance of properly insuring highly valued collectible items.