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May 22, 2014 10:00 AM EDT
July 24, 2014 2:00 PM EDT
September 23, 2014 10:00 AM EDT
November 20, 2014 2:00 PM EST
Personal Lines Claims That Cause Problems
Length: 2 hours
State Approval Information Details:
SC - This course is approved for CE credit - Course # 129046
OH - This course is approved for CE credit - Course # 38415
NJ - This course is approved in NJ - Course# 88893927
VT - This course is approved in VT - Course# 25297
MD - This course is approved in MD - Course# C12310
KY - This course is approved in KY - Course # C11676
AL - This course is approved in AL - Course # 22172
UT - This course is approved in UT - Course # 29365
DC - This course is approved in MD- Course# C14537
MT - This course is approved in MT
DC – This course is approved in DC (course# 8449), MD (course# C14537 ) and VA (course# 210135) for registrants through MWAIIA website
Insurance is always easy…until the claim arrives. Then we start second guessing ourselves and hope, if not pray that all the right coverages are correct. This course will take a detailed look at some of the more common mistakes made when writing Personal Lines coverage and how the claims adjusters responded. We will review topics such as:
- When should kids buy their own insurance?
- Pizza Delivery
- Company cars and the PAP
- Kids at College – Should they take a car and what could be the issues?
- Extended Non-Owned Coverage – When should I consider this endorsement?
- Identity Theft – What is at risk?
- Motor Vehicles – Hoes does my insurance cover all these toys?
- Terry L. Tadlock, CIC, CPCU, CRIS
- PERSONAL LINES CLAIMS THAT CAUSE PROBLEMS SC 2013
- Student Materials
- PLEASE OPEN-IMPORTANT CE INFO AND STATE REQUIRED FORMS