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. [+]
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 [+]
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.  [+]
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. [+]
What do the terms dwelling, residence premises, residence and structure mean and why is it important to know? What factors are considered to determine if an activity is a business? Examine policy definitions that exclude coverage, such as motor vehicle liability and insured location. And more... [+]
This is a two-part webinar. Qualifies for SwissRe credit.   Part 1: Participants will be guided, step by step, through the process of how to read and understand insurance policy language. They will also discover how to apply basic coverage analysis to identify possible gaps in coverage. And More...   Part 2:This course is designed to help students understand advanced coverage issues. Liability & Property issues will be covered. [+]
Evaluate the differences that exist between two broad categories typically referred to as the Personal Auto Policy (PAP) and the “Non-Standard” or “Special” PAP (SPAP). The SPAP is used when the carrier wants to develop very competitively priced auto insured products, and is also used to limit coverage for a driver who has a less than satisfactory driving record, limit coverage if the applicant has unknown resident driver exposures, and to exclude certain business activities. [+]
What vehicles are included within the definition of “auto” in the Business Auto Policy (BAP) and why is it important to know? Learn how the definition of “mobile equipment” is used to exclude vehicles. Analyze the differences in coverage between using symbol 1 (any auto) and using symbols 2, 8, and 9 for liability coverage. Learn what potential gaps exist when using symbol 7 (specified autos). Discover potential coverage disasters that exist when insuring a vehicle owned by an individual under a BAP. And more... [+]
Grand Island, Columbus and Ashland. AM: Before and After the Disaster (3 PC*) PM: Legal Compliance for Insurance Producers (3 Ethics*) [+]
This event will be held at the Yankee Hill Country Club with a 10 am - shotgun start. Cost is $100 per player (Includes green fees, cart, burger lunch, drink ticket, flag & flight prizes and more.) [+]
Instructor: John Dismukes - Topics: TBD. Mark your calendar for this incredible instructor. [+]
Embassy Suites, Lincoln [+]
Holiday Inn, Kearney [+]

Things You Should Know About From IIAN's Staff

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March E-Bulletin

Looking for New Talent, Unicameral Update, Fighting For Commissions[+]

Unicameral Update

IIAN’s major initiative this session is LB 553, introduced by Senator John Lowe, to address the problem of independent contractors who do not insure themselves for workers’ compensation.[+]

Big I Advantage® Promotes Ginny Pierson to Assistant Vice President

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, April 18, 2017— The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America Big I Advantage® unit has promoted Virginia “Ginny” Blake Pierson, CPCU, ARM, AU to assistant vice president. Pierson will lead the department’s marketing initiative with emphasis on Big "I" state association relationships and the Big "I" Flood program with endorsed WYO carrier Selective. [+]

Top Insurance Industry CEOs to Address Big “I” Members

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, April 6, 2017—The Big “I” today announced the participants for a top insurance carrier CEO panel discussion that will occur on Friday, May 5, during its annual Legislative Conference. [+]

Big I Advantage® Hires Professional Liability Director

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, April 3, 2017—The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America Big “I” Professional Liability Program has hired Marianna Wilson CPCU, RPLU, CPHRM, CIC, CRM, ARM, AIC, to serve as professional liability director for national accounts. The new role has been added to service and expand the popular program. [+]