An insurance customer service representative in the state of Florida is someone who works under the direction and control of a licensed insurance agent (2-20 licensee). Since the law requires that anyone who works in an insurance office who talks to clients about policies, takes money for premium payments, or takes any information involved in the transaction of insurance must be licensed, there is always a steady demand for 4-40 agents.
Some of the daily tasks that an insurance agent may perform include seeking new clients, preparing reports, maintaining records of existing customers and claims, helping to settle claims and once you have gained more experience you may be able to offer financial planning services or assist clients in setting up retirement and pension plans.
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In order to become an ATF agent the first requirement is that you must be a citizen of the United States and be between the ages of 21 and 37. As with most field based law enforcement jobs, you must be in good physical condition and be a holder of a valid driving license.
For example, an agent who may choose to specialize in property insurance is expected to sell to individuals or businesses various types of insurance that aim to protect properties, such as homes and cars, against fire, accidents, theft, and other events that may cause damage to the property.