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OVERVIEW AND TOPICS
Insuring Hurting Employees - WC & EPLI
Employees get hurt while working, and employers get sued and often held responsible for those injuries. In this session, participants will look at two major policies protecting employers and their employees, Workers Compensation and Employment Practices Liability. They will learn why employers need both Workers Compensation coverage and EPLI.
Hotels, restaurants, resorts, taverns, and other hospitality properties are susceptible to significant loss exposures. No industry was hit harder by COVID-19 than the hospitality industry. In this session, you will examine the property risks including real and intangible property, owned and leased space, business income, and extra expense. You discuss liability risks from guests, entertainers, general public, owners, franchisors, and employees. You will learn about the use of technology in the hospitality industry and the resulting exposures. You will identify the issues encountered when insuring hospitality risks, learn how to address these issues, and understand the coverage enhancements important to any hospitality type risk.
Garage Coverage Form v. Auto Dealers Coverage Form
After an overview of this important insurance product, participants will be able to describe the concepts of why it is needed. They will identify differences in the Garage Coverage Form, the Auto Dealer Coverage Form, and the GarageKeepers Endorsement, including general provisions and exclusions and the relationship to their eligible insureds.
The Claims Department and Your Agency
In this session, participants will understand the role and function of an insurance adjuster and importance of their relationship with the insurance agency, avoiding bad faith claims, and misconceptions about coverages and exclusions under certain personal and commercial policies.