Birmingham, AL, March 06, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- O. Rickey Harris, Agency Principal of O. Rickey Harris Nationwide Insurance in Jasper, Alabama recently completed a course titled Farm 201. It is a comprehensive training session on new property and casualty insurance coverages for farmowners. The O. Rickey Harris Nationwide Insurance Agency is located in Jasper, Alabama and has clients based all over the State of Alabama. Questions can be answered by calling the O. Rickey Harris Insurance Agency at 205-221-5466.
The training was designed to address the growing insurance needs of farm customers by focusing on contract changes and new enhancements offered by Nationwide® Insurance and its affiliated companies. Of special note were new options available to farmers that allow for greater individualization of coverage. These coverage options are part of the AgriChoicesm farmowner program, a newly rewritten farm policy that is being marketed in this Alabama by Nationwide® for the first time this year. Developed after extensive customer input it is designed to meet the insurance needs of a changing farm market place.
The course was offered by Nationwide Agribusiness Insurance Company, a Nationwide affiliate, based in Des Moines, Iowa. Nationwide Agribusiness is the agricultural arm of the Nationwide insurance family of companies. Nationwide Insurance and its affiliates, including Allied Insurance , are the largest writer of farmowners property and casualty insurance in the United States.
“Our agency remains committed to staying current on coverages and products so that we can offer the best advice to our customers throughout the State of Alabama,” said Harris, Agency Principal of O. Rickey Harris Nationwide Insurance Agency. “I believe this is the greatest asset that we offer to our friends in the farming community.”
“Through our affiliation with Nationwide Insurance, we are proud to provide the best in product offerings, supported by a wide range of services specifically focused on farmowner needs, including farm-specific loss control and a ‘Back to Business’ claims approach.”