GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO. – CCIG has done it again, winning recognition as one of the top independent insurance brokerages in the U.S. CCIG was one of more than 1,500 agencies nominated for the Best Practices Agency designation. Just 262 agencies qualified for the honor. It was the eighth time that CCIG has won the recognition,… Read more »
The GOP’s seven-year crusade to repeal and replace Obamacare disintegrated in the wee hours of Friday morning. So now what? Here’s a look at some of the options and how they might play out: Read more.
GOP leaders released a modified draft of their legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare Thursday, hoping to win senators’ support with additional funding for combating opioids and a controversial measure that would allow insurance companies to sell plans that don’t comply with Obamacare consumer protections. If just three Republicans oppose the procedural motion planned for next… Read more »
Seven years after the Affordable Care Act was enacted, Republicans are trying to follow through on their promises to repeal and replace Obamacare. On March 6, Republican House leaders introduced their health plan, and Senate Republicans followed with their own bill on Thursday. Congress will need to reconcile differences in the two proposals before a… Read more »
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO., June 19, 2017 – CCIG, one of the largest independent insurance brokerages in Colorado, has expanded its employee health benefits department. The firm has hired Amy Greinke as an Insurance Advisor serving mid- and small businesses. Amy brings more than 15 years of experience in the insurance and financial services industries to CCIG, with… Read more »
We all remember those mentors who helped us decide on a direction in life — a teacher, a boss, a coworker, a spouse. Well, for CCIG founder and CEO Brook Mahoney, it was “a great professor at the University of Iowa who lured me into this business.” And so it was that Brook graduated with… Read more »
The hailstorm that pounded parts of Denver with golf ball and baseball-sized stones on May 8 will rank as the most expensive in state history, according to estimates from the Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association. The insurance industry trade group estimates that 150,000 auto insurance and 50,000 homeowners insurance claims will be filed, generating $1.4 billion in… Read more »
The hailstorm that swept through the Denver area and elsewhere in Colorado Monday was declared a “claims catastrophe” by insurers, good news for policyholders because doing so accelerates payment on storm-related damage claims. While claims were still rolling in, more than a dozen of the largest insurance companies that do business in Colorado had determined… Read more »