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Bill Wilson's

Com·men·tar·y ... an expression of opinions or offering of explanations


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Veteran P&C insurance industry expert offers free articles and information.

NASHVILLE, Tennessee, Jan. 9, 2017 – Bill Wilson, CPCU, ARM, AIM, AAM has launched, a free educational web site that features a blog on P&C insurance industry issues.


"I chose the name because the dictionary definition of 'commentary' is 'an expression of opinions or offering of explanations' and that's the purpose of this web site," says Bill Wilson, founder and CEO. "We want the web site to become known as a primary source of relevant, timely and accurate insurance information, from coverage interpretations to expert opinions on industry issues."


Wilson's expertise is presented in his clear and often humorous writing style. Current topics include "Property Coverage for Toilet Overflows" and "Are Riding Mowers Covered by Homeowners Policies?." Subscriptions to the blog are free and available on a daily or weekly email digest basis.


A unique quality of the web site is that virtually all the free content can be reprinted unedited without express permission as long as attribution guidelines are followed.


Bill Wilson's is an educational P&C insurance industry web site that offers technical coverage articles and industry issue opinions that can be viewed, distributed and reprinted unedited for free. Bill Wilson, CPCU, ARM, AIM, AAM is a 47-year veteran of the P&C industry and has been involved in insurance education and research for the past 29 years. He is a recognized industry expert, speaker and author. For his detailed biography and information on keynote and workshop presentations, please visit the web site