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Tim Dodge

Tim Dodge

Timothy D. Dodge, AU, ARM, CPCU is the Assistant Vice President of Research for Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of New York, Inc., headquartered in Dewitt, New York. Tim is responsible for answering members’ questions about insurance technical, legal, regulatory, and legislative matters, and for all communications with the media. He also writes for IIABNY’s weekly newsletter; maintains sections of the IIABNY Web site; writes a blog about insurance technical matters; hosted an award-winning video podcast; and teaches continuing education classes. Since 2008, he has served on national committees that work with ISO to improve coverage forms. He previously worked as a commercial lines underwriter and underwriting trainer for CNA Insurance in Syracuse. He is a graduate of the State University of New York College at Brockport and received the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter designation in 1998. He has held his current position with IIABNY since 2002. 

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The Fab Five: Commercial Property Endorsements Agents Must Consider

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Learn how to explain the fab five endorsements to your clients.

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Privacy Laws and How they Affect You!

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Join us for this webinar as we review various privacy laws. Find out what they mean to you and to your clients.

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ISO Homeowners Endorsements - 2011 to Now

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In this webinar, students will learn about endorsements that ISO has introduced to the Homeowners program since 2011.

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Equipment Breakdown Insurance and Why You Need It

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In the beginning, there was Boiler and Machinery insurance. These days, it’s known as Equipment Breakdown insurance. Is it the same thing?

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