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Old 07-25-2018, 12:21 PM
 
Location: NJ
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so i responded to my broker (a little joke included) and here is her response:

"Glad to hear. Although your comment was probably somewhat “tongue and cheek,” you are smart. We are handling a case right now whereby our insured hit a pedestrian (who walked right into traffic after exiting commuter bus)—supposedly our insured just tapped the man, but the hospital bills are exorbitant and who knows what type of value they will consider on potential future disability/lost income! The defense costs alone in these cases are ridiculous and this claim involves one person and was not a major injury. It could have been a child or a school bus….stuff happens!

My next question to you, while on the subject of financially responsible, ….Are you carrying Life Insurance? I don’t sell it myself, but my daughter works for AXA Advisors and she has access to all the major Life insurance markets. I’m assuming you have it, but so many people postpone it and then when they do decide to buy it, their rate is higher due to age or they are uninsurable!"



so now i have a question, can i continue to use her as my broker if she is trying to send me over to get services from AXA advisors? should i forgive her because it is her daughter?
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