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 [+]
Commercial Casualty class focuses on Essential of Legal Liability, CGL Introduction, CGL Coverage Parts, and other Provisions as well as Additional Insureds.  [+]
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. [+]
This course covers the topic of farm property policies, which are designed to provide insurance on existing buildings and their contents.  Both household and farm business property may be provided coverage through the farm property program.  This course also addresses items that do not stay on the farm such as tractors, combines, livestock and other items.  Learn the endorsements to fill the gaps and so much more... Qualifies for AFIS designation update Credit. [+]
Writing insurance for contractors who fix things, build things, and destroy things requires specialized knowledge and skills. Examine “construction defect” exposures, certificate of insurance dilemmas, and Additional Insured vs. Named Insured concerns. Examine how revisions in the 2013 edition ISO Commercial General Liability (CGL) contractual liability coverage affect your customers and additional insureds. It is vital that you know how coverage is coordinated between the CGL and Business Auto Policy.  And More! [+]
Identify the characteristics, advantages, disadvantages, loss exposures, and variation of insurance products available based on the type of business entity (Sole Proprietor, Partnership, Limited Liability Company, or Corporation). Evaluate serious risk management challenges every business could experience because of an owner or key employee’s death or disability. And more... [+]
Cyber risk insurance products vary significantly, so it is important that you have the tools to evaluate the competition and assist your client in assessing the insurance coverage options available. Key issues addressed during the seminar include: changing regulatory issues, the need to protect trade secrets, proprietary information, e-business activity, pitfalls in coverage and so much more... [+]
Holiday Inn, Kearney [+]

September E-Bulletin

Hannah Huston receiving Spirit of Nebraska Award at Annual Convention! Nextgen September gatherings.[+]


September 2017 Issue [+]

“Big Six” Releases Tax Reform Framework

WASHINGTON, D.C., September 27, 2017—The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) today released a statement by Charles Symington, Big “I” senior vice president of external, industry, and government affairs. [+]