In a fast-paced setting, this class looks at some of the myths about personal lines issues. A sample of the subjects includes: kid’s cars, agreed value vs. stated amount, Uber, UM stacking on one car, moving trucks, additional insured vs. additional interest, college kids, self-storage facilities, named peril vs. agreed value, the “where You Reside” issue and more.SC Course number 140400
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David A. Thompson, CPCU, AAI, API, FAIA Instructor.
David graduated from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia and then served seven years as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army and U.S. Coast Guard. David began his insurance career in an independent agency in Vero Beach, Florida, where he was a licensed agent selling all types of insurance for over ten years.
He taught insurance pre-licensing and continuing education classes at a local community college before joining FAIA in 1996. David is a well-rounded instructor with a specialty in personal lines. His classes are upbeat and hands-on, so you can apply the information in real life situations with customers. Being a runner and bar-b-que connoisseur he always finds a way to work those topics into his seminars
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