At The Plexus Groupe, we love reading about all things insurance. And we suspect you do, too. With that in mind, here are links to five interesting industry-focused stories we're checking out:
-- Notre Dame star linebacker Jaylon Smith, whose NFL stock has been hurt by a serious knee injury, has a $5 million insurance policy to protect him, among other things, against a loss of income from being picked later in this week's draft, ESPN reports. According to the report, Smith will receive $700,000 if he goes unselected on Thursday in Round One and $100,000 for every pick he goes unselected thereafter, with a maximum value of $5 million.
-- Live action role playing enthusiasts might want to think about insurance.
-- A company is partnering with carriers to provide on-demand insurance in Australia and the United Kingdom, with the U.S. also on the firm's radar.
-- From Insurance Journal, a look at what younger agents like about working in insurance.