Commercial Casualty class focuses on Essential of Legal Liability, CGL Introduction, CGL Coverage Parts, and other Provisions as well as Additional Insureds.  [+]
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.  [+]
WHAT WILL BE COVERED Professionalism: Developing professionalism and professional relationships Functions of the Independent Agency, including: Relations with companies and relations with customers Automation in the agency Agency systems, including: Applications, policy issuance, binders, certificates of insurance, claims processing, renewals, cancellations and billing Ethics and Legal Obligations [+]
Let us help you get licensed in Life & Health.  Guaranteed results! Three days of class instruction to help you prepare for your state exam.  [+]
This course will expose the truth regarding eight common myths regarding Workers’ Compensation (WC). Targets include Independent Contractor vs. Employee determination, factors that influence an Experience Modification Factor, identifying when a client needs Employers Liability, Stop Gap, USL&H, or Jones Act Coverage; application of benefits under Other State Coverages, including protection for Volunteers, Waiver of Subrogation issues, plus dilemmas that arise when officers or others elect out of WC coverage. [+]
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. [+]
Writing insurance coverage to keep up with the changing needs of your clients can be challenging. We will examine the important differences between eligibility and actual coverage under the Personal Auto Policy (PAP). Analyze how the term “insured” varies significantly within the four coverage sections of the PAP. Discover how the liability definition of insured affects coverage for residents, non-residents, employers, and volunteer groups. Learn the extent of coverage for an insured’s business and volunteer activities. Key provisions in medial payments, uninsured motorist, and underinsured motorist coverage will be reviewed. Study coverage for damage to covered autos, borrowed, or rented autos. [+]
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. [+]
The use of trusts is becoming the standard practice for individuals and households who hold any appreciable asset.  This course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the insurance implications that exist for clients who have established a trust.  Includes a review of terminology, types of trusts, and real life case examples plus so much 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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April E-Bulletin

The latest updates on Nebraska Insurance legislation, Cyber risk and solutions[+]

Unicameral Update

Three Insurance Department bills have been passed: LB137, LB231 and LB241. [+]


May 2017 Issue [+]

Louisiana Agent Receives National Award

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 24, 2017—The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) has bestowed the Sidney O. Smith Award to Lee Schilling, president of Schilling & Reid Insurance in Amite, Louisiana.[+]

Stamford, Connecticut, Agent Receives National Recognition

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 23, 2017—Spencer Houldin, Big “I” chairman, recently honored J. Ralph Murray of Stamford, Connecticut, for his long-standing commitment to the independent insurance agency community. [+]

Independent Insurance Agents of Nebraska Receives National Award

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 23, 2017 —The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) bestowed an inaugural award to the Independent Insurance Agents of Nebraska (IIAN) for membership development at the association’s largest annual gathering.[+]

The Independent Insurance Agents of North Dakota (IIAND) Receive National Award

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 19, 2017 —The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) recently bestowed the award for membership growth to the Independent Insurance Agents of North Dakota (IIAND) at the association’s largest annual gathering. [+]