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Justin Brock is the CEO and President of Bobby Brock Insurance. A nationally syndicated Medicare advisor, best-selling author of Medicare Breakdown: The Alphabet Soup of Medicare, and pacesetter for over 20,000 senior market insurance agents. Featured in many insurance-related publications for his Medicare and Health insurance industry expertise. Justin is the Vice President of one of the most active chapters of the National Association of Health Underwriters. A contributing member of the Forbes Expert Council on health insurance and Medicare and serves as an advisory board member for Manhattan Life Insurance Company and Aetna Life and Health Insurance Company. Justin’s experience in Medicare and intimate involvement with tens of thousands of its beneficiaries has become one of the most sought-after advocates for senior citizens and their healthcare rights.
Citing an intense surge in complaints from Medicare beneficiaries, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services set forth new rules and definitions for Third Party
Continuing with our Expert Series blogs, we had the opportunity to talk with Justin Brock, President of BBI, about the benefits of choosing one vertical in the insurance industry. Thank you, Justin, for your time and contribution! Read below to learn about his advice for focusing your efforts.
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