Before we make carrier or plan recommendations, we will analyze your current program, audit your claims experience, run a physician disruption report, and benchmark your benefits.
For David and Eric Wood, excellence is part of the family name. As second generation insurance experts, they learned from their father, NFL Quarterback, Gary Wood about dedication to greatness and never letting your team down.
Gary was drafted from Cornell University in the 1964 NFL draft by the NY Giants. He played 63 games with the NFL with a passer rating of 54.5%. After a successful career in football, Gary went on to open a successful insurance firm in NYC. He was inducted into the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 1996.
It’s key that your broker has your best interests at heart. Ask yourself these questions: 1. Do you trust them? 2. Will they negotiate on your behalf? 3. Do they have an underwriter on staff? 4. Do they provide compliance services? 5. Will they market your insurance?
Voluntary Benefits such as life, disability, critical-illness and accident insurance are offered through an employer but paid for partially or solely through payroll contribution. They are used to enhance the employee benefit menu and fill gaps left by high deductibles and other out of pocket costs.