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Webinar: 180530 Finding and Fixing Commercial Lines Coverage Gaps
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Webinar: 180530 Finding and Fixing Commercial Lines Coverage Gaps

To teach insurance professionals about the methods used to identify coverage gaps often found in various commercial insurance policies.

5/30/2018
When: Wednesday, May 30th
10 AM - 1 PM
Where: Live Webinar
United States
Contact: Kim Legato
888-246-4466 ext 119


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Valid 3 CE: MT, OR, WA

PLEASE NOTE: Your answers and questions are tracked for Attendance. After the webinar, you will be emailed to sign an Acknowledgement form and complete a course Evaluation if your attendance checks out.

If you need CE: we must receive this signed form back within 24 hours of receipt.

If you will be unable to fulfill this 24 hour window, please consider taking a course where you can fulfill this critical last step for CE credit. Inaction to this last step delays the process for everyone in the class.

If you do not require CE: you are welcome to pay to attend, but written acknowledgement that you do not need CE will be required.

We thank you for your cooperation.


Webinar description:

Through scores of real-life claims examples, this program examines common coverage gaps found in many commercial lines policies and addresses the remedies for such gaps in the form of insurance products or risk management techniques.

Your Speakers:

Chis Amrhein, AAI, like most true believers in insurance, stumbled upon this business accidentally; specifically, after graduating from college and needing a job.

After beginning in this business as a life-health agent, he graduated to property-casualty sales where he first met the greatest mine of comedy material existing today, the ISO forms. Following several years as a producer and independent agency manager/owner, Chris spent many years as a full-time educator/VP-Education for the Florida Association of Insurance Agents and VP-Education for the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America. Those years found him traveling about the country teaching seminars on everything from agency management to the claims made CGL. It has also taught him the absolute truth of Jimmy Buffet's famous observation about those who make a career of the property-casualty business: "If we weren't all crazy we would go insane."



William C. Wilson, Jr., CPCU, ARM, AIM, AAM is the founder of Insurance Commentary.com. He retired from the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America in December 2016 where he served as Assoc. VP of Education and Research and was the founder and director of the Big “I” Virtual University for over 17 years.  He is the former Director of Education & Technical Affairs for the Insurors of Tennessee and, prior to that time, he was employed by Insurance Services Office, Inc.  He is a graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology with a B.S. degree in Fire Protection & Safety Engineering.

Bill was a licensed insurance and surplus lines agent, and his professional affiliations have included past president of the Middle Tennessee Chapter of CPCU, member of the board of directors of the national CPCU society, PMLG of the Honorable Order of Blue Goose, International, member of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA) National Education Committee, member of the Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) National Advisory Committee, member of the National Underwriter FC&S editorial board, member of the Society of Insurance Trainers and Educators (SITE) and its SITE Journal editorial committee, member of the National Writers Association, chairman of the Tennessee Insurance Commissioner’s Education Advisory Committee, member of the Middle Tennessee State University Insurance Liaison Committee, and member of the Nashville State Technical Institute’s Business Management Advisory Committee. He is currently a member of the American Association of Insurance Management Consultants (AAIMCo).



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