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Using case law interpretation of liability policies, participants will examine hidden coverages in both personal and commercial lines policies. They will understand who is insured under the PAP, employer’s liability and the CGL, host liquor liability and the CGL, auto coverage under the Homeowners and CGL, contractor’s liability coverage, and more. They will examine endorsements that should be considered to enhance coverage.
After an overview of the development of the Umbrella Form, participants will review the functions of the Umbrella and Excess Liability policies. They will be able to identify the types of Excess Liability Policies and describe the characteristics of each. They will discuss the structural issues and learn about the self-insured retention and the maintenance of underlying policy conditions. They will discuss how to structure an umbrella program and coordinate a mixed program, including the problems and solutions.
Participants will analyze significant issues encountered when writing commercial and residential condominium coverage. This 4-hour session begins with an overview of the Champlain Towers South collapse in Surfside, Florida – the facts, the potential causes, the demolition/debris removal/cleanup, the insurance claims, and who is responsible for insurance coverage. Agents will focus on the agreement (bylaws) and the exposure it creates for the association, Board members, and unit owners. Using real-life case scenarios, they will identify the best insurance methods to protect those individuals. They will review coverage and exclusions provided in D&O policies and the latest edition of the ISO Homeowners policies. They will examine the differences between the HO 00 06 (Homeowners 6 – Unit-Owners Form) and HO 00 03 (Homeowners 3 – Special Form). They will discuss ways to close coverage gaps and examine possible solutions to better serve their clients.
After an introduction to the concepts of establishing a trust, reasons for using a trust, and the requirements for a trust, participants will discuss the insurance issues for the trust and the trustee. They will identify the trustee liabilities and insurance coverages needed for building and building personal property, business income and extra expense, crime, workers compensation, employment practices liability, fiduciary liability, business auto, and excess or umbrella. They will examine the trust liability and insurance coverages needed for homeowners, personal auto, and umbrella.
In this session, agents will review the occurrence and claims-made forms and examine the difference in coverage triggers. They will be able to explain the difference between the pure claims made and the more common claims-made and reported forms of coverage. Using real-life examples and court cases, they will identify coverage gaps and discuss ways to avoid them. They will have a better understanding of the Commercial General Liability Occurrence and Claims-Made coverage forms, including the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Agents will examine the areas of environmental exposures faced by businesses and organizations, as well as the legal concepts and remedies related to environmental legal liability of persons or organizations. They will be able to identify sources of environmental liability based upon important Federal Environmental Statutes. They will examine the pollution exclusions found in the CGL, BAP, Umbrella, Directors & Officers, Professional Liability, and Property forms, and be able to identify endorsements that modify the exclusions to add or restrict coverage. They will review the types of environmental insurance coverages available to fill gaps left by pollution exclusions in standard liability policies.


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