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Gaps in Home and Auto Coverage

Gaps in Home and Auto Coverage

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Learn how to properly write Homeowners and Auto Policies for your clients to ensure that there are no gaps in coverage.


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Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
Formats Live
Instructor Terry TadlockTerry Tadlock

Auto and Homeowners policies are, by far, the most sold products in the insurance industry. They also generate the most E&O activity. You need to know how to properly write Homeowners and Auto Policies, so your Insureds' don't have any gaps in coverage. You need to know what questions to ask and what loss exposures need to be managed.

During this interactive webinar we'll take a look at four (4) of the most common problems encountered when writing personal lines policies:

  1. Did you know that when kids go to college that the parents auto policy may not respond?
  2. Did you know that when kids go away to college the personal property they take with them is limited?
  3. Did you know that when people live together and are not married there are coverage gaps in both auto and Homeowners policies?
  4. Did you know that parents may be legally responsible for the act of their children even after they turn 18?
  5. Did you know that when you rent a car you auto policy may not protect you for damages you may be responsible for under the contract you signed?

This question-and-answer format will be fun and informative!

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