Giving Back Is A Critical Part Of Our Culture At Krueger & James

Post written by Scott Pearson, Sales Manager at Krueger & James Insurance  

Any business, including an insurance agency, is really a collection of small parts. At Krueger and James, those small parts are people…people who believe in giving back.

At some point in time we’ve all needed a helping hand. Whether that helping hand came from a family member, a friend, a church or a governmental program, we were all thankful that it was available to us.

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From Kansas City To Alaska…By Deena James

Post written by Deena James, President of Krueger & James | Service Above Self | Proud Grandmother | Woman of Faith | Chiefs Fanatic

If you’ve never traveled to Alaska, you must put it on your bucket list!  Last month my husband and I took a cruise through the Inside Passage of Alaska. During the hot summers in Kansas City, Alaska offers great relief.  Both the cooler temperature and the great calming scenery are so very refreshing.

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Many Employers Considering Self-Funded Health Insurance Plans

Post written by Jason Forge and Joseph Herren

Many employers are already seeing higher health insurance costs and even more are bracing themselves for the possibility of a steep increase heading into 2015.

Employers are facing the tough decisions of paying more for health coverage, passing additional costs along to employees, or eliminating coverage all together.

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Traveling Abroad? Your Health Insurance Probably Doesn’t Cover You

Post written by Brad James, Customer Service Representative 

So you’re all excited about your upcoming trip overseas…maybe headed to Mexico, Europe, or some other exciting destination?

But before you go, have you asked yourself this very important question for you and your family?

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Get Educated: Insurance Companies Look At Claim Frequency Over Claim Severity

Post written by Scott Pearson, Sales Manager at Krueger & James Insurance  

As independent insurance agents, we have the privilege of working with a lot of different insurance companies. These companies, like each person, have their own personalities.

One constant we see from all of the insurance companies we work with is the insistence to review prior claim information from their potential new clients. Without exception, insurance companies look at claim frequency over severity.

It’s beyond anyone’s control when a hail storm or tornado strikes. Insurance companies set their rates based on past storms in specific geographical areas. What really hurts a potential insurance shopper is claims frequency.

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