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Knowing who is and is not an “insured” will lead to a better program by allowing any unintended gaps in insured status to be exposed and corrected before loss occurs.
Although it may not be easy to see, every insured has a “personal and advertising injury” exposure. Learn what qualifies as a covered "offense" and how the exclusions apply.
The application of coinsurance is confusing to clients and can be confusing to many agents. Learn how to make this seemingly complicated provision easy and simple to explain and understand.
Three popular training courses about property valuation and explaining coinsurance.
Learn how much the CPP's and homeowners' forms differ in the application of the coinsurance condition and what options are available to avoid coinsurance.
This course will clear up several common misconceptions beyond the fact that D&O policies EXCLUDE ERISA Claims.
With the development of the internet, protecting personal and company exposure becomes more important. This course will cover the history of cyber development, computer viruses and information/identity theft.
The absolute pollution exclusion is likely the most misapplied exclusion within the commercial general liability (CGL) policy. Learn the true breadth of the CGL's exclusion in this class.
Learn how covering personal valuables under homeowners’ policies compares with the protection granted under inland marine "floaters."
Learn what things your clients should know so their vacation does not become a nightmare.