Humans generally don’t spend a lot of time thinking about a future without them in it. Once a year, we stop for about 30 minutes to go over all the insurance that had a price increase. This doesn’t usually include all the insurance that we actually have.
Let’s figure this out.
- 8760 total hours per year
- 525,600 total minutes per year
- 175,200 minutes for rest and relaxation per year
That leaves about 350,400 possible “conscious” minutes a year that can be allocated to a professional insurance agent who will go over “safeguards” you have or haven’t put into place for your family.
If you can find a few minutes, we would like to take a good look at your current insurance. Learning how insurance is helping or could help your family stay out of financial disruption is a good thing to do.
It’s worth spending a little time, and your time matters to a lot of people!
Director Of Life and Benefits
Chris Leitch was born in Fredericksburg, VA and moved to Chesterfield in 1985. After graduating from Manchester High School in 1987, Chris was given a full scholarship to Virginia Commonwealth University where he majored in Music Education. While at VCU he started playing keyboards and trombone in local and regional bands like Fighting Gravity and Groove Spot. Chris met his wife, Michelle Duffie while in High School and maintained “friendship status” until they were married in 1993, and after 27 years they are still married and have 2 children and 1 dog. Chris’s insurance career started in 1993 in the operations department at the Dalkon Shield Claimants Trust. Next he worked as a file clerk and claims adjuster at Sentry Insurance, but his passion was for sales because he saw it as a good way to help people sort out complicated insurance matters. Chris has a philosophy that he tries to practice daily, “Give someone more in use value than you take from them in cash value”. Here at The Springer Agency, we try to do that with everyone we meet.