Who Is a Fiduciary – 2?
In Kansas, selling of insurance implies not only a fiduciary responsibility from the agent, but also one from the company. The company, by appointing an agent to represent it, has accepted the fiduciary responsibility of the agent, and no contract between the company and the agent can abrogate the company’s responsibility to the insured.
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