Please find below a curated list of 104 of The Best Insurance Companies Quotes by notable women and men. Please consider sharing with others any of the Insurance Companies Quotes that resonate.
If you work at an insurance company that sells premiums you wouldn’t even sell to your mother, how happy would you feel to work there? It’s going to eat you up. It might last a few years, but it doesn’t attract the best people, and it certainly doesn’t create the energy and engagement you need to be a long-term performing company.
The gang that trashed the town was now back in town to trash it even more and you’ll never guess.. they decided that the only way to save an economy brought to its knees by their collective actions and the banking system they represent was to, well, no, surely not.. hand trillions of taxpayer-borrowed dollars to the Rothschild-controlled banks and insurance companies like CitiGroup, J. P. Morgan, AIG and a long list of others.
Back in the late ’90s, I put together a humorous newsmagazine program called ‘The Awful Truth’ for Bravo. We helped one guy get an organ transplant whose insurance company had refused to pay. I thought, if we could save a guy’s life in a 10-minute segment on cable, what could we do if we devoted a whole movie to a whole bunch of people?
One of the first things we teach medical students is to listen to the patient by taking a careful medical history. Ninety percent of the time, you can arrive at an uncannily accurate diagnosis by paying close attention, using physical examination and sophisticated lab test to confirm your hunch (and to increase the bill to the insurance company).
I had in effect been thrown out of graduate school because I was a lousy graduate student, and I had to find a job, and I took the first job that came along. It happened to be a management trainee job in a life insurance company, and I just stayed. It was always, mainly, the idea was that I would support myself as a writer, and I knew I would have to have some sort of work, and it didn’t make a whole lot of difference to me what it was. I mean, I could have been a paper hanger or something for that matter.
Wallace Stevens had more time to write as an insurance agent. He was a bond lawyer and I know that insurance company lawyers don’t have to do nearly as much as we had to do. We were out more in the production area. I’m not condemning Stevens for having had a better job than I did, but that’s one of the many places where I differ from him.
…The asbestos industry…has for decades successfully suppressed and manipulated information on the carcinogenicity and other hazards of asbestos. Involved in this conspiracy network were senior industry executives, their medical staff, attorneys, insurance companies, trade associations, scientific consultants, and commercial labs.