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"The VU Top 10 Countdown – Commercial Lines Edition" Webinar
“The VU Top 10 Countdown – Commercial Lines Edition”

Bill Wilson,
Associate VP, Education & Research for IIABA
Chris Amrein, Insurance Educator and Consultant

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2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time
$69
 

 


 

This webinar addresses 10 commercial lines coverage issues originally posted on the “Ask and Expert” Q&A section. Topics vary from little known or unknown policy coverage gaps to important and/or emerging topics that prove to be beneficial for agents.

Featured topics:

  1. Flood for Thought…CP, BOP, and/or NFIP flood issues
  2. What Is…surface water, sewer backup, theft, wear and tear, mechanical breakdown, racing, etc.
  3. AI? No, AAIIIIIEEEEEEE!!!...problems with ISO’s new additional insured endorsements
  4. Non-Owned Auto Issues…rental cars and LDWs, valet parking, test driving, loaner autos, etc.
  5. But I Don’t Own the Building…triple net leases, tenant’s improvements and betterments, and more
  6. Misconceptions About CGL Property Damage Exclusions…when they’re sometimes incorrectly applied
  7. But I DO Own the Building!...failing to identify named insureds, insurable interests, and other problems
  8. RTFP…what happens when you don’t Read The Fine Print
  9. Inigo Montoya Explains Business Auto Symbols…issues with newly acquired autos under BAP symbols
  10. Certificates of Insurance Revisited…what NOT to put on an ACORD 25 and why

 At the conclusion of this seminar, you should be able to:

 
  • Exhibit improved skills in being able to read and interpret insurance policies
  • Demonstrate a better understanding of how to research authoritative and judicial coverage analyses
  • Be better able to negotiate erroneous claim denials on behalf of consumers
  • Understand how playing premium games can lead to significant coverage gaps
  • Minimize your E&O exposure and better serve your customers

 

CE Approvals updated 7/14/14

 

CALIFORNIA
Course #311791. Approved for 2 hours. Participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending. Any name substitutions must be received 48 hours in advance in order to properly trace CE filing. Conference style CE not available

KANSAS
Approved for 2 hours. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and actively respond to all poll questions. The participant receiving CE credit must be the name logging in and attending.
 
MONTANA
Approved for 2 hours. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and 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. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending.
 
WYOMING
Approved for 2 hours. Course #24352. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending. 

UTAH

Approved for 2 classroom equivalent hours. Course #30719. The participant must be logged in individually (1 seat) the entire time and answer all poll questions. The student receiving CE credit must be the name of the student logging in and attending.