The Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of Louisiana (IIABL) has announced that the “Trusted Choice Disaster Relief Fund” is available for member agencies and staff of member agencies, following the flooding catastrophe in South Louisiana that has gripped the state for the last two weeks.
The Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of Louisiana (IIABL) and its Mississippi sister chapter hosted the annual Young Agents conference at the IP Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi on Friday and Saturday of last week.
Agents and company representatives from across the state came out to enjoy some camaraderie and education at the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of Louisiana annual educational conference and trade show yesterday. Check out a recap of the action and photos of the event here.
In a recent New York Times editorial, technology columnist Conor Dougherty proclaims, “to the list of jobs threatened by the Internet, add one more: insurance agent.” Louisiana Comp Blog explored this concept and gauged local concern in the independent agent community. Read on for perspective from Ross Henry of Henry Insurance Service and Eric Vocke of Capstone Insurance.
Last Friday, January 9th, the Riverview Room at Jax Brewery lit up with a celebratory atmosphere of socialization and New Year’s spirit, all in the name of the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of Louisiana, Greater New Orleans chapter.
The first cohort of the Louisiana Insurance Academy at Delgado Community College is set to graduate in early December, and they will be ready for employment or internships at agencies across the state. We spoke with LIA founder and instructor Parke Ellis about the initiative and the importance of recruiting young talent to the insurance industry.
Lieutenant Colonel Lionel Anthony Boudreaux, (USAF, ret.), a native of Houma, LA, and a resident of Marrero, LA, died Friday, November 7, 2014, at the age of 72. He was the owner of Boudreaux & Associates Insurance Agency Inc.
Ross Henry, of Henry Insurance Service, Inc. on Brookline Avenue in Baton Rouge, immediately gives off the impression of a man dedicated to his craft, however, he carries the look and confidence of not just a salesman, but a fiercely independent mind. Such minds often recall their early days in the industry with clarity rather than estrangement, and Henry is no exception.