Analyze the coverages provided by the PAP & its major endorsements. Learn how the PAP responds to owned, borrowed or rented autos. Examine the PUP & how it benefits your insured. Discover who is an insured. Explore avenues for avoiding E&O exposures. Get the most up-to-date, state specific information available, and much more.  [+]
Commercial Casualty class focuses on Essential of Legal Liability, CGL Introduction, CGL Coverage Parts, and other Provisions as well as Additional Insureds.  [+]
Improve your cross-selling abilities with up-to-date knowledge of commercial property coverage, and learn how to qualify a risk and reduce E&O exposure.  Overview of the ISO CPP, all property coverage forms, building & personal property forms, cause of loss forms, overlooked endorsements and more. [+]
Get Guaranteed help in passing your Nebraska Producers Exam! [+]
Get your PC license at the class with guaranteed results!   Three days of class instruction to help you prepare for your state exam.  [+]
Explore insurance decisions encountered when providing care for an aging parent while still providing for one’s own children. Review social programs and the services and benefits they do and do not provide. Examine ways of covering costs, including reverse mortgages, living with a child, nursing homes or an assisted living facility, and discuss Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, Medigap policies, and Long Term Care insurance. Discover the intent and the benefits provided by optional riders and endorsements. [+]
Almost every commercial entity faces technology loss exposures, particularly companies that use products that process data, companies that distribute electronic parts, software developers, electronic instrument manufacturers, and communications companies. Examine sources of liability, including technology product defects, design defects, marketing defects, unsafe product liability, and consumer product safety laws. And more... [+]
Many insurance challenges are posed by nonprofit organizations such as homeowner’s associations, faith-based charities, and industry-specific trade associations, because they unique insurance issues in comparison to for-profit organizations. Discover the unique aspects encountered when writing Directors & Officers coverage for nonprofits and other volunteer-driven organizations. Learn why Employment Practices issues and coverages are particularly perplexing with nonprofits. Fiduciary Liability, Crime Insurance (money, securities, tangible property losses), and Privacy/Data Breach (Cyber) Insurance will be examined from an exposure, coverage availability, and insurer consideration perspective. We will round out the discussion with other coverages, including Errors & Omissions (Professional) Liability, General Liability, and Hired & Non-owned Auto. [+]
When discussing ethics, we are not dealing with a set of fixed rules, but rather with attitudes, ideas and beliefs. Examine ethical dilemmas agents face in dealing with the insured and insurance company. Review the principles of agent responsibilities and liability exposures to gain an understanding of what causes ethical and legal problems in today’s complex marketplace. And more... [+]
Who is an insured in a Commercial Liability policy can be very different from who wants to be an insured. Examine the extent of protection for a named insured and for others who are covered by the policy. Sole proprietor, partnership, joint venture, trusts, and newly acquired or formed entities will be discussed. Protection for prior entities, employees, volunteer workers, and an additional insured will be examined. Evaluate coverage for an insured who rents or leases property. And more.. [+]
Venue Restaurant, Lincoln 12-1p.m. The Lincoln chapter is hosting a lunch and learn where attendees will learn to hone their networking skills from networking professional Cheryl Hansen of The Referral Institute. Lunch is included. [+]
The Central Nebraska and Western Nebraska chapters of nextgen are teaming up to host a golf event at Awarii Dunes in Axtell, NE. Axtell is located conveniently between Hastings, Kearney and Grand Island. The day will include a professional development course followed by lunch and golf. [+]
The 22nd Annual Golf Tournament is at Woodland Hills Golf Course in Eagle, Ne. [+]
Foundation Golf at Woodland Hills, Up to 19 CEUs*, (personal, commercial, CISR, E&O and Marketing/Sales), Trade Fair with 50+ exhibitors and the Annual Awards Dinner. [+]
Be a sponsor and/or have an exhibitor booth at IIAN's 110th Annual Convention at the Embassy Suites in Lincoln, NE on Oct 11-13, 2017.  [+]
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July E-Bulletin

Industry news, Elite Force 2017 class, IIAN members appointed to IIABA posts, Nominations for IIAN awards.[+]
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August 2017 Issue [+]

North Carolina and Utah Teen Golfers Win 49th Annual Trusted Choice® Big "I" National Championship

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, Aug. 11, 2017–Emily Hawkins of Lexington, North Carolina and Blake Tomlinson of Salt Lake City won the girls and boys divisions, respectively, at the 49th annual Trusted Choice® Big "I" National Championship in Madison, Mississippi. [+]

Agents Council for Technology Releases Agency Cyber Guide

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, Aug. 2, 2017—The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America’s Agents Council for Technology (ACT) has released the ‘Agency Cyber Guide 1.0’ which addresses cybersecurity regulations and provides corresponding compliance resources. [+]

Trusted Choice® Social Media Campaign Raises Money for Make-A-Wish®

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, Aug. 1, 2017–Trusted Choice® is proud to announce its seventh annual summer social media campaign to raise money for Make-A-Wish®. During the month of August, Trusted Choice® will donate $10 to the wish granting organization for each post “shared” from the Trusted Choice® Facebook page (www.facebook.com/TrustedChoice). [+]
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