The notion that talking on a cell phone while driving a car isn’t safe seems obvious, yet what happens in the brain while it juggles the two tasks is not. A study by a University of South Carolina psychology researcher featured in the journal, Experimental Psychology, provides a better understanding of why language – talking and listening, including on a… Read More »Insurance and Cell Phone Driving. Why They Don’t Mix Together?
The California Assembly passed a bill that would help to clarify when an insurance professional is acting in the capacity of a broker versus an agent. The Assembly voted in favor of AB 2956 by a margin of 60-6. The measure now is in the Senate Rules Committee waiting to be assigned to the Senate Insurance Committee. AB 2956 will… Read More »California Assembly Passes Agent-Broker Bill
California’s Assembly Insurance Committee has passed Assembly Bill 2956 by a vote of 7-0, moving one step closer to codifying the traditional “totality of the circumstances” test for determining whether an insurance professional is acting as a broker or as an agent. The next step for AB 2956 will be a vote on the State Assembly floor. The deadline to… Read More »California Assembly Insurance Committee Passes Agent-Broker Bill