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Untangling the Work Comp Mess - When Employees Travel and Their Families Sue

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Untangling the Work Comp Mess - When Employees Travel and Their Families Sue
(Click here to purchase the work comp webinar recorded on April 19, 2017)

Christopher J. Boggs, CPCU, ARM, ALCM, LPCS, AAI, APA, CWCA, CRIS, AINS

June 14, 2017
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Cost: $69

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When employees travel out of state for work, real work comp coverage gaps can exist; and these gaps could leave the employer without the necessary protection they THOUGHT they purchased when they paid their work comp premiums. Extraterritoriality and reciprocity are major work comp problems most agents don't know they have. Yes, every state provides extraterritorial work comp protection, but not every state recognizes that coverage – so many insureds are unknowingly blindsided by uncovered or improperly covered claims.

Some agents take Part II – Employers' Liability coverage for granted. They consider it just a "thrown in" coverage with no real benefit. But Employers' Liability protection fills major gaps between the work comp policy and the CGL. Without this important coverage, your insured could have a hefty out-of-pocket expense.

Attendees to this session learn:

  • What "extraterritoriality" and "reciprocity" are in relation to work comp;
  • How limitations in some state reciprocity laws create major gaps in work comp coverage;
  • How to fix these coverage gaps; and
  • Why employers' liability coverage is so extremely important.
*Webinar transcript will be emailed to all registrants within four weeks of the live event.
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California
Approved for 2 hours of CE credit. Course #354072. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and must actively answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending.

Connecticut
Approved for 2 PC credits. Course #111575. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and must actively answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending.

Illinois
Approved for 2 hours of CE credit. Course #6000006726. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and must actively answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending.

Kansas

Approved for 2 hours of CE credit. Course #6000004656. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and must actively answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending.


Louisiana
Approved for 2 hours PC/ADJ. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and must actively answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending.

Maine
Approved for 2 CEC's. Course #24529. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and must actively answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending.

New Jersey
Approved for 2 hours of CE credit. Course #88898936. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and must actively answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending.

New York
Approved for 2 CE, NYCR-254163 (BR, PC, C3, PA). For CE credits, each attendee must log in at their own computer and respond to the poll questions as they appear on screen and submit the attendance document upon completion of the webinar to edu@iiabny.org. Each attendee will be emailed the attendance form from IIABNY the morning of the webinar.

Virginia
Approved for 2 hours of P&C credits. Course #216335. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and must actively answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending.

Washington, D.C.
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