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Old 07-26-2019, 09:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Vorian Atreides View Post
Agents typically represent one company. They might be employees of that company, or are independent "contractors" with an agreement to place business with a single company (these are called captive agents, and have freedom to place coverage with another company if their "primary" company doesn't write the coverage in the agent's state).

At least with respect to personal lines, are non-captive Independent Agents non-existent now?
It has been a decade or so since I looked into it, but I thought they were still a decent presence in the marketplace.
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