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Five short webinars that go over Homeowners hot topics: Eligibility, Various Forms, Insured Status, Special Limits and "Guaranteeing" Replacement Cost Protection in the Homeowners Policy.
The Homeowners Policy lists specific types of personal property and places a specific limit of coverage of such property – usually low compared to the actual exposure the insured has.
Just who or what does qualify for one of the six Homeowners coverage forms? The main key is occupancy, the other key is what is being occupied.
Two endorsements are available to “guarantee” replacement cost protection to the insured following a loss.
There are four “levels” of “insured” status in the Homeowners Policy, and the breadth of protection narrows as an individual moves from one level to another.
How does the HO-2 Broad Form differ from the HO-3 Special Form? How does the HO-3 differ from the HO-5 Comprehensive Form? And how to all the forms differ from the HO-8 Modified Coverage Form?
This webinar explores the history of and need for the one of the fastest growing coverage segments in the insurance industry – Cyber Risk.
The idea of combinability seems rather simple, the mechanism of combinability can be rather complex. Who is combinable? How many ways is “majority interest” created? Who should make the final decision regarding combinability?
Can or should agents consider themselves the insured’s “risk manager?” Can or should agents claim to provide “Enterprise Risk Management” services?
The National Flood Insurance Program, established in 1968, is the United States Federal Government's largest and most significant intervention in the personal lines insurance market.