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.  [+]
It is recommended that attendees take the CISR Personal Residential class prior to the CISR Personal Lines - Miscellaneous or have a working knowledge of the Homeowners Policy Form.  This course addresses the exposures created by watercraft, recreational vehicles and business activities.  Prompting clients to identify these exposures is crucial, because the ISO Homeowners and ISO Personal Auto Policies provide very limited coverage.  Also provided is an analysis of the coverage offered through personal umbrella or excess liability policies.  ◾Watercraft◾Recreational vehicles◾Business Activities◾Personal Umbrella/Excess [+]
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This course, like Commercial Casualty 1, will strengthen the participant's ability to have productive, assured interactions with customers in the area of commercial casualty exposures and coverages. The course focuses on Business Auto, Workers Compensation. [+]
Examine major commercial property exposures (including leased property), the Commercial Building and Personal Property Coverage form, and major modifying endorsements. Evaluate sources of insurable interest and exposures of particular importance when your client has the property of others in their care, custody, or control. Determine how terms not defined in the policy, such as building, premises, fixtures, structures, personal property, vacancy, and permanently installed affect coverage. Discover the important differences in what triggers coverage under commercial property versus business income/extra expense coverage forms.  And more... [+]
This fast moving program examines 12 significant coverage issues vital to meeting client needs. Examine property and liability coverage “triggers.” Understand how the description of insured premises affects coverage. Review differences between Actual Cash Value (ACV), Replacement Cost, and Agreed Value. Evaluate typical hold-harmless and indemnity agreements from an insurance perspective. Analyze CGL exclusions for damage to your work, damage to your products, or damage arising out of your work or product. Identify potential coverage gaps between an auto and general liability policy. [+]
Analyze significant coverage issues encountered when writing workers compensation insurance. Discuss the legal concepts of the Workers Compensation system and the four primary benefits available to an injured worker. Examine the NCCI Workers Compensation Policy Part One: Workers Compensation, Part Two: Employers Liability, and Part Three: Other States Coverage.  And more... [+]
Examine activities that can cause an insured to be legally liable, and the process used to determine if the Homeowners or Personal Auto policies provide coverage. Explore PAP dilemmas, including business use, rental cars, uninsured motorist, vehicles furnished and available for regular usage, the meaning of occupying a vehicle, and who can properly grant permission to use an auto. Analyze homeowner situations, including businesses in the home, damage from an intended act, and loss assessment. [+]
Event Schedule: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM -- CE Program - Guide to Long Term Care - 4-hour Refresher Training. This special seminar meets the 4-hour refresher CE course requirements for all producers wishing to sell Long-Term Care products in NE & is approved for 4 hours of Accident, Sickness & Health insurance CE . Lunch is included. This session is FREE for any NAIFA, OAHU and IIAO members (bowlers or non-bowlers). $60 for non-members. 2:00 PM -- Bowling Check-in 2:30 to 5:00 PM -- Bowling [+]
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MEMBER UPDATE 

January E-Bulletin

2017 Unicameral Finally Underway, Young Agent Scholarships For IIABA Legislative Conference[+]
LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: 

Unicameral Update

Committee hearing date for LB553 has been scheduled for February 27th. The scheduled date for LB643 is February 28th.[+]
MANAGEMENT: 

PIPELINE

February 2017 Issue [+]

Sen. Joe Manchin to Address Big “I” Legislative Conference Breakfast

WASHINGTON, D.C., Feb. 9, 2017—The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) today announced that Sen. Joe Manchin (D-West Virginia) will address the association’s membership on Thursday, May 4, 2017.[+]

AssureSign Joins Agents Council for Technology

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, Jan. 31, 2017—AssureSign, LLC, is the newest company partner of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America’s Agents Council for Technology (ACT). [+]
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