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Allstate Benefits Awards Taylor Insurance Agent 2016 Top Producer

 

Valdosta, GA – Earlier this month, Allstate Benefits awarded William Hall with the 2016 Allstate Benefits Top Producing Producer for the Southeast Territory.

William has been serving clients in South Georgia for over 20 years.  As Vice President of Sales, he is an integral part of the Taylor Insurance Services team and always has the client in mind when putting together a benefits program.

“We are extremely proud of William and his commitment to integrity and quality customer service can be seen everyday,” explained Trey Taylor, CEO and President of Taylor Insurance Services.

Taylor Insurance Services partners with voluntary and supplemental insurance carriers like Allstate Benefits to help bring their clients the best options for their employees and business. Offering a robust employee benefits program can help you recruit and retain top notch employees.

“Allstate Benefits has always provided us with cost effective options and rates. We appreciate their knowledge of the region and for being a great partner over the years, “ said Trey Taylor.

To learn more about our full SPECTRUM of employee benefit solutions for your business http://www.taylorinsuranceservices.com/

Save Money by Using Preventive Care Options

Major medical emergencies can cost your employees dearly in out of pocket expenses. In turn, their medical issues can mean decreased productivity for you while they receive treatment and take time to recover. How can you help your team to keep these issues and their associated expenses at bay?

Encourage preventive care. Many insurance policies, from major medical to supplemental and voluntary, offer coverage for preventive care. When employees seek routine care to prevent illness and injury, the likelihood of emergency is diminished.

For example: many dental policies cover the cost of dental cleaning, usually providing an annual cap on the allowed expense. Without routine cleaning, an employee may develop gingivitis or tooth decay and eventually need a major procedure, such as a root canal. The expense to the employee then increases drastically, and time off for the procedure and recovery become necessary.

According to the most recent study from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services through the Centers for the Disease Control and Prevention and the National Center for Health Statistics:

In 2014, 14.9% of persons had no health care visits in the past 12 months, 49.8% had 1–3 health care visits, 23.3% had 4–9 visits, and 11.9% had 10 or more visits. Health care visits for illness, preventive care, or injury include visits to physician offices, emergency departments, clinics, or other locations, in addition to home visits made by health care professionals. In 2014, 83.0% of children aged 2–17 years, 62.0% of adults aged 18–64, and 62.4% of adults aged 65 and over had visited a dentist in the past year.

Get the full report here.

What is Preventive Care?

Where can I learn more?

For more information about how to maximize the value of your employee benefits offering, contact your Taylor agent today. Don’t have an agent? We’d love to get you connected to the power of T. Call us at (229) 247-6411 for more details. Our experts are ready to help you get the most out of your employee benefits program and develop strategies that both recruit and retain top-notch talent.

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