Conn. Convention 2017
Thursday, March 7
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John Fear, CPIA, CISR
Approved for 3 CTPC credits. (113364)
Sponsored by: NLC Insurance Cos. and The Hingham Group
The insurance industry’s greatest challenge is consumer ignorance regarding coverage when a claim is filed. Updating client information and adding value to accounts via a thoughtful methodical review process is critical. John Fear examines common exposures and how a systematic process can help avoid gaps in coverage changes. Fear will discuss effective methods to uncover these issues and how to position solutions to meet the clients’ needs.
^FF^UM This course has been approved for E&O loss-prevention credit by Utica Mutual and Fireman's Fund. Call the PIA E&O Department for details.
Friday, March 8
EPLI Insurance in the #MeToo Era
Bradford J. Lachut, Esq.
Approved for 2 CTPC credits. (113414)
Claims of sexual harassment in the workplace appear in many headlines these days. In response, some states have strengthened the rules regarding workplace sexual harassment and discrimination. It’s therefore more important to have proper insurance coverage to protect businesses. This course will look at the changing landscape of employer liability and the insurance coverage issues that come along with it. Lachut will discuss common claims under EPLI policies including wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation and more.
Cyber Liability & Data Breach:
Protecting the Future of
Your Client’s Business
John Fear, CPIA, CISR
Approved for 3 CTPC credits. (113365)
Sponsored by: Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
National elections; autonomous vehicles; home security systems; online shopping … So many of our everyday actions take place in the digital world. Cyber liability is a vital aspect of insurance. What is the risk to your personal and commercial insurance clients when their digital identity and information is compromised? What can be done to protect them? John Fear will look at the increasing risk to individuals and businesses and steps to raise awareness. Fear will outline a risk assessment plan to protect them.