This month’s employee spotlight is on our wonderful Khan Muhammad. He is one of the nicest guys you will ever meet, and we have had the honor of working with him since February of last year. Though he graduated from NMSU, Khan is originally from Chicago. He is a huge Chicago Bulls fan, though his sport of choice to actually rugby. Since Khan is a producer he doesn’t have a ton of free time to do things he likes, but he says he spends most of his free time working on his house and hanging out with his fiancé.
This month’s employee spotlight is on our lovely Katie Martin. Katie started with Brown & Brown about 2 years ago as our receptionist and has since moved up to small business technician. She and her husband Chris have been together for 11 years and are new parents to their baby boy Chase (who, in our opinion, is one of the cutest babies ever). Outside of being a mom, Katie says that her favorite things to do are go bowling, read Harry Potter, and relax with friends at breweries. Katie’s mom and grandpa were both in insurance long before she came to Brown & Brown, so she’s keeping the tradition alive. We are so happy to have her as part of our insurance family!
For this month’s movie claim Monday we wanted to share a list of actors injured on set. On site job injuries are usually paid through the company workers comp policy. This list does not specify if a claim was made or of any kind of pay out. We just imagine these instances would be covered losses.
Sometimes, the show really must go on. They may play larger-than-life characters on screen, but actors are human and sometimes get the short end of the stick when it comes to on-set injuries. Here are 19 times where big stars were in the wrong place at the wrong time. 1.
This month’s employee spotlight is on our fabulous producer Shane Neal. Shane has been in the insurance industry for 15 years, specializing in commercial insurance and contract bonds. He has been married to his beautiful wife Christa for 23 years, and they have 6 children. When he’s not working, Shane likes to fly fish, go backpacking, and do wood work.
We asked Shane for some interesting facts about himself and he did not disappoint. Shane has flown a plane, is an Eagle Scout, has a Welsh Corgi named Charlie (who is too cute for words!) and bred and trained quarter horses when he was younger. Shane is such a fun guy and we love having him on our team!