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Mercer offers medical insurance, voluntary benefits and other services for all sizes of employers in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA Metro Area. Group health benefits are an important part of total compensation for employees. Mercer Los Angeles is a part of a national insurance brokerage firm with offices across the nation with a local office in Los Angeles region. They are a global consulting company, specializing in human resources, health care, and finance. They advise clients on management issues such as retirement benefit programs and compensation programs. The company assists with investment decisions, strategic acquisitions and divestitures, regulatory compliance, and law changes affecting the client's business. They also provide human resources services such as helping with labor negotiations and assisting new employees to adjust to their new jobs.

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Aon - Charlotte, NC
Charlotte, NC
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Aon provides health insurance, voluntary benefits and other services for all sizes of employers . A comprehensive employee benefits plan is a important part of a payment package for employers. Aon has an M Score of 5, which is the highest M Score possible based on wide experience with business clients and positive customer feedback. Aon has been providing risk management, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, human resources solutions, retirement services, investment products, and wealth management advice for more than 50 years.

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How can I find an insurance broker near Lexington?

Mployer Advisor lets you search for Lexington-area insurance brokers, advisors, or consultants in one place. Narrow your results at the top of this page by M Score rating, company size, the type of insurance you’re looking for, or even your industry.


How are insurance brokers in Lexington paid?

Most often business insurance brokers are paid through commissions and fees. Small and mid-size companies’ insurance brokers are typically paid through commissions. These are paid to the broker by the insurance company you select. Larger companies often set up a fee-based arrangement instead of a commission-based arrangement with their broker or consultant partner.


Can I compare insurance brokers in the Lexington area?

It can feel overwhelming to sift through the many brokers in the Lexington area. It’s why Mployer Advisor provides a free comprehensive list of all Lexington insurance brokers. We include overviews, customer reviews, and our independent rating called an M Score. The higher the M Score, the broader the broker’s experience. With an M Score, you are empowered to choose the best broker for your company.


What is the difference between an insurance broker, agent, and a consultant in Lexington?

Insurance brokers, agents, and consultants in Lexington all have a similar role as they help a business or individual select an insurance company and plan.

You can use Mployer Advisor to find Lexington based insurance brokers and consultants.


Should I hire an independent Lexington insurance broker?

Finding the best insurance for your business can feel intimidating, as there are a lot of options in Lexington. For most organizations, it’s beneficial to hire an independent broker.

An insurance broker local to the Lexington area will have familiarity to the Lexington healthcare systems and insurance plans. This gives Lexington insurance brokers unique insight that others from out of the area may not have. Also, independent insurance brokers are able to quote you prices for your employees from a wider range of insurance carriers and therefore can often find prices and plans that better fit unique needs.


How do I choose a benefits broker in Lexington?

It can feel overwhelming to sift through the many brokers in the Lexington area. That is why Mployer Advisor provides a free comprehensive list of all Lexington insurance brokers. We include overviews, customer reviews, and our independent rating called an M Score.


Can I change my insurance broker?

If you are currently working with a broker, it’s important to know that you can always change your insurance broker. Even if you’re happy with your broker, it’s a good idea to evaluate Lexington-based insurance brokers often.

If you do not feel like you as a business are not receiving the right price or level of service you deserve, you should evaluate a new insurance broker. Mployer Advisor provides a free list of Lexington based insurance brokers and consultants for you to review including customer ratings and independent scores.


Will my insurance broker handle my insurance claims?

Insurance brokers in Lexington do not specifically handle claims, that is the role of your insurance carrier. Your insurance broker can help you navigate the claims process if needed, especially for large and or questionable claims.


Do all Lexington brokers have an M Score?

We work hard to ensure every M Score is accurate, helpful, and pushes the insurance brokerage industry to be open and transparent. It’s calculated using a brokerage's breadth and depth of experience across industries, employer sizes, and offerings. An industry-first, the M Score is available for most Lexington-based brokers and more are being added every day.


When is the best time to shop for a new insurance broker?

Making the right insurance choice saves money, helps retain the best employees, and can prevent unforeseen costs. An insurance broker is an invaluable asset so the best time to shop for a new Lexington-area insurance broker is earlier than you think. Extra time helps identify the skills and capabilities expected of your ideal broker, lets you understand how different brokers deliver different results, and gives you the ability to use neutral third-party tools like Mployer Advisor to evaluate broker options.



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