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Insurance for Dummies Paperback – June 9, 2009
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About the Author
Jack Hungelmann has more than 2,000 hours of insurance education and has been in private practice for more than 30 years. He is the proprietor of an insurance agency, and he teaches risk management and insurance courses through continuing education programs in Ohio and Minnesota.
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The discussion of limits is valuable, especially considering the potential court awards. I always thought I probably overinsured, however it appears my coverage is almost minimal, even though the underlying policies are at the highest limits available in most cases. Thus, the need for an umbrella and as much as you can get and afford.
He does overpitch IMO the value of an agent. I never use mine, but I'm proactive now with all policies and review them at least yearly. Frankly I don't trust them, as they cannot possibly know the contents of every underwriter's policy. This is a project for all of us--read and understand your policies--and this book is the perfect guide to get started.
So I liked the book, but one is constantly reminded that it was written by someone in the insurance business who believes in the product. The more the better. If you're looking for strategies to beat the insurance racket, the pickings are far and few.
Nevertheless, for someone who knows very little about insurance (like me), this book will bring you up to speed on the subject very quickly.