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OVERVIEW AND TOPICS
With a focus on the Property and Casualty insurance sector, you will learn about topics including Personal Residential, Personal Auto, and Personal Umbrella or Excess Policies in this CIC Personal Lines course. You will be able to identify risks and coverage gaps of personal lines clients, suggest coverage alternatives, and understand how to react in the event of a loss by exploring the nuances of policy coverages, limitations, and exclusions.
Personal Residential Coverages
ISO Homeowners Policy Form and how to address Property and Liability coverages, limitations, exclusions, and other policy provisions.
Personal Automobile Coverages
Personal Auto Policy including Liability, Medical Payments/PIP, Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists, Damage to Your Auto, and important endorsements.
Personal Umbrella/Excess Coverages
Umbrella Insurance and Excess Liability Insurance, general provisions and exclusions, and the relationship to primary insurance.