An agent for Nationwide Insurance in Virginia is suing his employer over its decision to change its distribution model to independent agents.
Columbus Business First reported that the lawsuit was filed last week in US District Court for the Western District of Virginia. In his complaint, agent Patrick Potter warned that the transition could push captive agents into becoming independent, subsequently harming their retirement benefits and forcing them to pay just to maintain relationships with their clients.
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