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OVERVIEW AND TOPICS
This course clarifies who is and is not an insured in particular circumstances as specified by the Business Auto Coverage Form. Like Commercial Casualty I, this course increases your capacity for building trusting relationships with your business clients in the area of commercial casualty exposures and coverages. The Business Auto Policy, the Workers Compensation Policy, and the Excess Liability Policies are the main topics in Commercial Casualty II. You will gain more knowledge in each of these crucial areas.
Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability
Important legal concepts that exstablish the workers compensation system and the fundamentals of compensation for injured employees including the types of benefits.
Introduction to Business Auto Coverage
Major coverages and exposures related to the Business Auto Policy along with an examination of exclusions, gaps in coverage, and endorsements used to modify coverage.
Excess Liability and Commercial Umbrella Policies
How excess liability coverage works including the conditions important to protect insureds, importance of approaches in designng excess coverage, and critical policy conditions.