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Gillman Insurance Problem Solvers named the BEST PERFORMING INSURANCE AGENCY in the Country!

Alpharetta, GA, September 10, 2020 – Gillman Insurance Problem Solvers retains its Best Practices status, once again becoming a part of an elite group of independent insurance agencies around the United States. This is the EIGHTH YEAR Gillman Insurance has received this reputable designation! This status comes by participating in the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) Best Practices Study...

Young People Most Affected By Lack of People Connection Amid Pandemic

Info provided by: Insurance Journal The coronavirus pandemic has taken its toll, particularly on younger employees. Gen Z employees – those born starting in 1995 – were three times more likely than all other employees since the pandemic started to have sought professional help for stress, burnout or other mental health reasons, according to a new MetLife report. Millennials have also been hard hit. It...

Traffic Down 25%, Motor Vehicle Fatalities Down 8% in May During Lockdowns

Preliminary estimates indicate that deaths from motor vehicle accidents fell in May but the death rate per miles driven jumped considerably. According to the National Safety Council, it was the third month in a row when there were fewer deaths and less traffic on the roads but drivers who were driving were at a higher risk of dying from a motor vehicle crash. In May...

NEW GRANT PROGRAM: Supporting Small Businesses in the Next Phase of Reopening

Supporting Small Businesses in the Next Phase of Reopening As the economy continues to deal with the effects of COVID-19, we are committed to supporting small businesses as they work to reopen safely. In partnership with The Hartford, we have created a grant program to support brick-and-mortar businesses in commercial districts as they enter the next phases of reopening across the country. The HartBeat of...

COVID-19 caused 48% of Americans to cancel summer travel

A new survey from ValuePenguin also reveals that U.S. consumers lost an average of $854 in nonrefundable travel costs. [Article from Property Casualty 360] Summertime blues has taken on new meaning in 2020. The coronavirus has continued to impact lives and businesses around the globe. As we enter the summer months, many would-be travelers also are reeling canceled vacations. According to a ValuePenguin survey of...