Per the New York Department of Financial Services, you cannot receive CE credit for any course previously used for your license renewal (based on the course approval number).
Per the Connecticut Insurance Department, a course can be taken for CE one time in the current license period. It may be taken again in a subsequent license period.
INSTRUCTOR: Chris Boggs
NY- 2 CE (PC,BR,C3,PA) NYCR-260937
CT - 2 PC 113807
Before any claim is paid, status as an insured must exist. Is the person or entity suffering or causing loss, injury or damage an insured? If the answer is no, there is no need to go any further. If insured status does not exist, all your hard work is wasted; no one will ever find out how good you are at designing coverage because you messed up at the beginning.
If you mess this up, you will have a ticked off insured and maybe an E&O claim you never expected. You have to get this one detail the named insured correct.
Participants in this class will be able to:
- Identify improperly named insureds;
- Understand the amount of protection extended to an insured;
- Describe the technical difference between a DBA and a TA;
- Explain why one person can't do business/trade as another person; and
- Properly manage multiple named insureds.
Big "I" Members: $79
Questions? Contact Leslie Mularski at Leslie.Mularski@iiaba.net