Social media is a great place to go when you are seeking a laugh or seeking information. Sometimes you even get both at the same time! The internet is full of informative sources, ranging from professional articles to tutorials, and you can find nearly anything you need to know with just a few clicks.

Twitter's short blasts of information can be a great resource when you're seeking insight about insurance. We've scoured the net for the top Twitter feeds to follow if you are looking to learn more (click here to see the other posts in our Who to Follow on Twitter series).

Feeds Worth Following for Insurance Information

Why is this list worth your attention? These aren't the first feeds we came across; they're carefully curated. The list is based on Twitter data culled according to content, follower/following ratios, frequency of tweets, the opinions of other insurance influencers, and our own subjective judgment.

Did we miss somebody? Let us know!

Amica Insurance
The official Twitter feed for Amica Insurance.

Business Insurance
The official feed for Business Insurance, a publication that provides news and analysis on risk management, workers' compensation, and commercial insurance.

CA Dept of Insurance
The feed for the state of California's leading consumer protection agency for insurance claims.

Chubb Insurance
The North American feed for Chubb, the world's largest publicly traded property and casualty insurer.

Insurance News
A Twitter feed for 4InsuranceNews.com.

Nicole Friedman
An insurance reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Also reports on Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway.

Safeco Insurance
The official Twitter feed for Safeco Insurance, a company that offers insurance through independent agents.

Sonnet
The official Twitter feed for Sonnet Insurance, a new, online-only insurance company in Canada.

TD Insurance
The official Twitter feed for TD Insurance, an established Canadian insurance company.

Staying Up to Date

Following various industry experts can help you stay up to date on industry news locally and around the world, no matter what part of the insurance industry you work in or even if you're an interested consumer (want to find your place in the insurance world? Check out Insurance Industry Careers: What They Are and How to Get Them.)

And, who knows? Maybe you could start your own influential insurance Twitter feed, too!