Commercial Casualty I

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Instruction Hours 7
Topics Commercial Casualty I
Programs Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR)
Start Date Nov 26, 2019
End Date Nov 26, 2019
Learning Options Traditional Classroom

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Topics Covered:

  • Essentials of Legal Liability
  • Commercial General Liability
  • Additional Insureds

Please Note Those who completed the Insuring Commercial Casualty Exposures course (which was available prior to Commercial Casualty I and Commercial Casualty II), may choose either Commercial Casualty I or Commercial Casualty II as part of their five courses to earn the CISR designation, but not both.

Leominster, MA
November 26, 2019
7:30 AM Registration
Doubletree by Hilton
99 Erdman Way
Leominster, MA 01453
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This event is being conducted by the Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents

This course strengthens your ability to have productive, assured interactions with your commercial customers in the area of commercial casualty exposures and coverages. You will improve your understanding of legal liability and what creates liability exposures. The focus of this course is the Commercial General Liability Coverage Form. This course also addresses additional insured exposures and the coverage available to meet these needs.

Topics Covered::

  • Essentials of Legal Liability
  • Commercial General Liability
  • Additional Insureds

Please Note: Those who completed the Insuring Commercial Casualty Exposures course (which was available prior to Commercial Casualty I and Commercial Casualty II), may choose either Commercial Casualty I or Commercial Casualty II as part of their five courses to earn the CISR designation, but not both.

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Faculty Name

Marshall Katz

Bio Detail

Marshall currently teaches fulltime for the Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents on a variety of subjects from personal lines licensing to CISR & CIC designation programs. Marshall started in the industry working for a direct writer in their personal lines sales department and after many years with them opened his own independent agency. The agency wrote personal and commercial lines as well as life and health products. He juggled agency duties with teaching classes for 24 years and has since sold the agency to be able to concentrate on facilitating classes, although he is now back writing insurance for select accounts through a local agency. Marshall has a Bachelor's degree from Clark University with a major in accounting and a Master's degree also from Clark with a major in Marketing Communications. He is a licensed producer in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island and a licensed insurance advisor in Massachusetts. Marshall's classes employ the use of PowerPoint visuals and he gladly shares those with his classes as support to the material being presented.