Commercial Multiline

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Instruction Hours 16
Topics Commercial Multiline
Programs Certified Insurance Counselors Institutes (CIC)
Start Date Oct 21, 2020
End Date Oct 23, 2020
Learning Options Traditional Classroom

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Topics Covered:

  • Commercial Inland Marine Concepts & Coverages

  • Crime Coverages & Endorsements

  • Cyber Exposures and Coverages

  • Employment Practices Liability Insurance

  • Excess Liability/Commercial Umbrella Coverages

Miami, FL
October 21-23, 2020
7:30 AM Registration
Miami Airport Marriott
1201 NW 42nd Ave, Building A
Miami, FL 33126
305-649-5000

This event is being conducted by the Florida Association of Insurance Agents

Commercial Multiline Institute

The complexity of commercial lines requires a broader knowledge of the property and casualty coverages specifically designed to address exposures. This course addresses some of the most often encountered coverage enhancements that should be considered. Learn how to protect your clients with the coverages that best match their needs.

Topics Covered:

  • Commercial Inland Marine Concepts & Coverages

  • Crime Coverages & Endorsements

  • Cyber Exposures and Coverages

  • Employment Practices Liability Insurance

  • Excess Liability/Commercial Umbrella Coverages

Participants will:

  • Learn the benefits of writing Bailee coverage.
    • Identify exposures covered by a Builders Risk Policy and the “Soft Costs” endorsement.
    • List the methods for writing Contractors Equipment coverage.
    • Understand the exposures of Transportation and how to address them. 
  • Explore the reasons to consider purchasing Crime Coverage and provisions found in the Crime Coverage Forms.
    • Become familiar with the Seven (7) built-in Insuring Agreements including Employee Theft.
  • Identify first and third-party loss exposures related to Cyber.
    • Understand the major provisions commonly found in Cyber insurance policies and how they differ. 
  • Explore the sources of employment practices liability for businesses and organizations, with special emphasis on related legal concepts.
    • Learn how coverage can be provided and the major policy provisions found in employment practices liability policies.
  • Examine the purpose of excess liability policies.
    • Learn about the different policy characteristics, “self-insured retention”, underlying requirements, and concurrency issues.
    • Learn how to analyze insuring agreements, exclusions and policy provisions in the absence of a “standard” excess liability form.

Commercial Multiline Institute

The complexity of commercial lines requires a broader knowledge of the property and casualty coverages specifically designed to address exposures. This course addresses some of the most often encountered coverage enhancements that should be considered. Learn how to protect your clients with the coverages that best match their needs.

Faculty

Faculty Name

Jay Williams

Bio Detail

Jay Williams is a National Faculty Member and an Educational Consultant for The National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research. He earned his CIC designation in 1996 and his CRM designation in 2004. He is a veteran of the insurance industry, starting his career in 1979. His experience includes 21 years in the agency business, nine years at the Florida Association of Insurance Agents, and seven years as an insurance company and PEO executive. Jay also served as the interim CEO for Applied Client Network, the user-group association for agents using Applied Systems platforms. Jay has been teaching formal insurance classes for over 20 years, including both technical insurance and E&O loss control classes for FAIA. He was part of the IIABA Loss Control Working Group for 5 years and also served on the Professional Liability Committee. His experience on the agency, association, and company sides gives Jay a uniquely rounded perspective on the insurance industry. His most recent position was the CEO of a construction risk wholesale operation. In addition to his work as an insurance educator, Jay serves as an expert witness, a consultant to insurance companies, associations, agencies, and industry-related partners, and an E&O auditor.

Faculty Name

Allen Messer

Bio Detail

Allen Messer began his insurance career in March of 1971. He has worked for several different insurance companies in various capacities and has been involved in the independent agency system as a producer and agency owner. Allen currently consults agencies, companies, risk managers, and attorneys as well as instructs various seminars and live webinars. He earned his CPCU designation in 1981 where he received the Distinguished Graduate Award for attaining the highest academic average in the Nation. He earned his CIC designation in 1977 and serves as an Educational Consultant and is a National Faculty member of The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.

Faculty Name

Catherine Trischan

Bio Detail

Cathy Trischan has been with the E&K Insurance Group in Eatontown, New Jersey since 1996, and currently serves as Director of Commercial Underwriting. She began her insurance career upon graduation from Rutgers University in 1987. She has worked as a claims adjuster for a major property and casualty carrier as well as in the commercial departments of several large, New Jersey agencies. In addition to her work with E&K, Cathy provides education and consulting services to other agents and brokers. She is a National Faculty member of The National Alliance, speaking in both the CIC and CISR programs. She is a regular presenter for the Professional Insurance Agents (PIA) and other organizations and has taught both pre-licensing and continuing education courses. Cathy has written courses and articles on various insurance topics. A firm believer that one should never stop learning, Cathy holds several professional designations including CIC, CRM and CPCU. She earned her CIC designation in 1993 and her CRM designation in 2004.