At Haddock & Associates, we love to find humor in some of our day-to-day work. Insurance agents know how to have a good time and poke fun every once in a while. We found some insurance agent jokes that we thought were funny and we wanted to share. It's ok to laugh- we are laughing too.
Insurance agents are premium lovers.
My fire and theft insurance only pays me if I am robbed while my house is burning.
I have extensive earthquake and fire insurance policies on my home. I call them my Shake 'n' Bake policies.
I have a group life insurance policy that pays off if I die in a group.
"Sir, I think you misunderstood. The million-dollar umbrella policy only covers you for claims involving an umbrella."
There's a plan to allow banks to merge with insurance companies. This would produce a new race of super-boring human beings.
Would Transformers buy life insurance ... or car insurance?
My wife and I took out life insurance policies on each other — so now it’s just a waiting game.
A man was applying for a job as an insurance salesman. The form requested prior experience, so he wrote “lifeguard.” When the manager met him, he said, “We are looking for someone who can sell himself. How does working as a lifeguard pertain to salesmanship?” The man replied, “I couldn’t swim.” Needless to say, the man got the job.
An insurance agent said to a customer, “Thank you, Mr. Barks, for your patronage. I wish I had 20 clients like you.” “Gosh, it’s nice to hear that, but I’m kind of surprised,” admitted Mr. Barks. “You know that I file many claims and always pay my premiums late.”
The insurance agent said, “I’d still like 20 clients like you. The problem is, I have 200 like you.”
Q: What is the hardest thing to sell to a ghoul?
A: Life insurance!
The insurance agent was questioning the cowboy who had applied for a policy.
“Ever have an accident?” he inquired.
“Nope,” the cowboy answered.
“Not even one?” asked the agent, incredulously.
“Nope,” the cowboy insisted. “Rattler bit me once, though.”
“And don’t you call that an accident?” exclaimed the amazed agent.
“Nope; the danged varmint done it a-purpose.”