Many states are enacting legislation which provides immunity from tort liability for COVID_19 related illnesses. Several states have passed laws limiting legal liability for healthcare facilities, nursing homes and health care workers, with certain restrictions. Others have passed laws granting
COVID-19 Presumptions in Workers’ Compensation Many states are extending workers’ compensation coverage to include first responders and health care workers impacted by COVID-19. This is being done through legislation, executive orders and amendments to the Worker’s Compensation statutes which often create
1-hour Course (NO CE) COVID-19 Business Income, Workers Compensation, and Personal Lines Coverage Issues Catherine Trischan, CPCU, CIC, CRM, ARM, AAI, AU, CRIS, MLIS, TRIP Director of Commercial Underwriting, E&K Insurance Group COVID-19 is now part of the conversations we have
This Q&A article was created from the podcast interview with Thomas Barrett, CIC, AAI, released on June 25th, 2020. This easy-to-read summary, includes answers to questions about how COVID-19 “stay-at-home” orders have impacted mature producers and what they need to do
In this podcast, Steve Holland, CRM, ARM, REM, Chief Risk Officer for the University of Arizona, discusses the challenges faced by the university as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. He shares the size and complexity of the UA system,
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced Producers to adjust many of their insurance sales techniques. With face-to-face meetings no longer an option, Producers are engaging with clients through Zoom and other video conferencing platforms. In this podcast, Mitch Dunford and Tom
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards signed into law on Saturday a bill that limits liability for businesses that could face lawsuits related to COVID-19 exposure. For more information.
This 2-part video series addresses the question of coverage under standardized business income and extra expense coverage forms for COVID-19. As has been widely discussed in the insurance trade journals, the standardized property insurance contract language clearly states that “direct
Paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) was signed by the President Trump on March 18, 2020. FFCRA requires certain employers to provide
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In an effort to ease some of the heavy responsibilities our participants carry during times like these, we’ve created this website to provide you with a simple resource for scheduling and satisfying your educational obligations and to do it completely online this year. We have multiple online options available from which you can choose. Ranging from live, instructor-led online classes to completely self-paced learning modules, anyone can complete their updates and satisfy their CE requirements safely and securely from their home office or even kitchen.