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ClaimsMate's mission is to provide homeowners, business owners, and commercial property owners with information, tips, resources and knowledge about insurance claims and insurance adjusting. Hear key information from well-experienced public adjusters in these podcasts brought to you by ClaimsMate Public Adjusters in Houston Texas.Public Adjusters are state licensed insurance claim specialists that assist insured homeowners and business owners with property damage claims such as hail damage, wind damage, flooding, hurricane damage, smoke and fire damage, theft and more. When large insurance claims become difficult and complicated with the insurance company, or if assistance is needed to obtain a proper fair settlement, a public insurance adjuster can help.
Rank #1: Insurance Claim Situations And Public Adjusters.
In this episode we're discussing some various insurance claim situations and how the involvement of public insurance adjusters can make a difference with large insurance claims.
Rank #2: Home And Property Insurance Claims - Should You Call A Public Adjuster?.
After major damage or a loss to a home, business or property, handling an insurance claim can be grueling. Should you bring in the professional help of a public insurance adjuster? Get valuable information from the experts on handling insurance claims after a major loss. Find more information on dealing with insurance claim adjustments
Adjusters International's Disaster Recovery Roundtable features experts from our Disaster Recovery Consulting division who are recognized as experts in FEMA Programs, Organizational Resiliency, Risk Management and Continuity of Operations Planning. Each podcast focuses on a topic taken from an issue of Disaster Recovery Today, a publication from Adjusters International that is written from a position of advocacy. In these podcast discussions, our experts share knowledge acquired through years of study and field experience gained by assisting organizations with virtually all facets of preparing for and recovering from a disaster.
Rank #1: Disaster Recovery Today Issue #4003 “Determining Eligibility” .
Today the panel is joined by Adjuster’s International VP, Daniel Craig. Daniel’s previous position was the regional administrator for FEMA’s Public Assistance program in the New England region of the US. The expert panel discusses the FEMA Public Assistance policy in detail. Including the recent changes for retroactive claims with regards to insurance, a shift which will give local governments more control and future plans to mitigate liabilities. Key Takeaways: [2:09] A brief description of FEMA’s Public Assistance program for funding repairs for damaged facilities. [6:01] How can an organization determine whether or not it is eligible for public assistance and what is the time frame for requests? [11:27] What tests does FEMA use to determine eligibility? [18:10] Why is it imperative for applicants to control the inspection process and ensure only qualified people answer questions about pre-existing conditions when they interact with FEMA? [25:51] Dan Craig was the regional administrator for the New England region. A post, given to him by then President George W. Bush [27:02] How does FEMA define “reasonable”? [34:03] In recent years, has FEMA changed their process for vetting requests for public assistance? [38:06] What does the future hold for the FEMA Public Assistance program? [42:55] How are the mitigation expenses paid for by FEMA? Is it a reimbursement program? [45:02] Potential eligible applicants should stay up to date with FEMA’s ever-changing Public Assistance program policies. Moderator: Marjorie Musick, Social Media Specialist at AI/BLC, Globe Midwest Adjusters International, and Jansen International Panelists: Dave Andrews, Deputy Director at Adjusters International Daniel Craig, Vice President at Adjusters International C. Todd Thomas, Director of Consulting Services at Adjusters International Mentioned in This Episode: Disaster Recovery Today Issue #4003 “Determining Eligibility”
Welcome to the official Eberl Claims Service podcast! We're here to talk everything claims adjusting.
Rank #1: #003 Tips and Tricks For Adjusting.
Tips, tricks, and other useful info to becoming a successful independent adjuster is covered in this talk with Regional Claims Manager David Gackle. Check it out!
Rank #2: #004 Bodily Injury Claims.
Today we have a panel discussion to discuss everything regarding bodily injury claims for independent adjusters. Don't miss out!
The IA Path Podcast is the home for current and future auto damage appraisers and catastrophic auto hail adjusters.
Rank #1: IA 117 The Secret to Being a First Call Adjuster.
Mathew Allen of AdjusterTV shares with us the secret to being a first call adjuster. Go beyond being just a licensed IA and become the most desired! Matt shares his best tips, tricks, insights, and some exciting news about a free training opportunity for you! Name – Mathew Allen Location – Wherever the RV is parked Contact - Mathew Allen's LinkedIn Profile Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast Sponsor ACD –If you are an IA looking for more work, if you are wanting to diversify where your claims are coming from, and expand
Rank #2: IA 49 - "Mr. ACD" and the Future of the Claims Industry.
Hear why now is a great time to become an independent adjuster, learn how to expand your book of business, and hear how to stay relevant in the industry with CEO and industry leader Ernie Bray. Ernie is the CEO of 6-time Inc 5000 winner ACD. (Auto Claims Direct) "Mr. ACD", Ernie Bray shares his IA story and discusses the future of the claims industry with IA Path's Chris Stanley. Name - Ernie Bray Company - ACD or Auto Claims Direct Location - Carlsbad, CA Superpower - Business Development Contact - ACDCorp.com & 888-403-4223 Podcast Sponsor AutoForms.co - Total loss forms and Admin information for claims filled out.... instantly. Create your estimates and files in seconds with just an assignment PDF. Get your free guide to the first 5 Steps to Becoming an Independent Adjuster
It can be challenging to please customers who have recently faced the loss or damage of their property, but fast action and precision is key to making sure they iron out the issues all together, resulting in complete satisfaction. Most companies need some help balancing their pile of customer cases. That’s why it’s important to partner with an insurance company adjuster who understands the importance of prompt, efficient adjustments. All these issues and more are discussed here at Adjuster Talk's Podcast with industry leaders.
Rank #1: Improving as an Independent Claim Adjuster with Jeremy Rettig.
AT022 Adjusting to 6 Figures with Jeremy Rettig Jeremy Rettig is an independent property adjuster and the founder and CEO of two successful businesses. Makenzie Properties of New Jersey is a privately owned real estate company focusing on investing in residential and commercial properties. Adjusting to 6 Figures offers support and education to new independent claim adjusters through various services and products. Jeremy joins me today to share his journey of becoming an independent property adjuster. He shares his passion for helping insurance adjusters become successful in the industry and the challenges he has faced throughout his career. He also explains the importance of networking and building relationships as a new adjuster and the impact that attending workshops and seminars can have on your success. “Independent insurance adjusting is very much a family-oriented business.” - Jeremy Rettig In This Episode of Adjuster Talk: The importance of networking as a new independent insurance adjuster. Expanding your knowledge through workshops and seminars. His most successful year as an insurance adjuster. What inspired him to begin training others to be successful independent insurance adjusters. What motivated him to create Adjusting to 6 Figures. Challenges he overcame while training new adjusters. The importance of properly managing your money. Connect with Jeremy Rettig: Adjusting to 6 Figures website Adjusting to 6 Figures on Facebook Jeremy Rettig on Facebook Connect. Share. Inspire. Thanks for tuning in to the Adjuster Talk podcast with your host, Jason Heenan! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes to subscribe to the show and leave an honest review. You can also connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. If you’re interested in working with us, please feel free to email Jason at email@example.com or Mindy at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume to apply to be on our approved adjuster roster today!
Rank #2: What's It Like For a First Time Adjuster with Jimmy Sizemore .
Jimmy Sizemore’s career as an independent insurance adjuster initially began during the destruction that followed Hurricane Harvey in the Fall of 2017. Using the skills and experience he gained from his previous career in the veterinary industry as well as connecting with other claim adjusters; he answered our “call to arms” to help assist the hundreds of thousands of homeowners that were devastated by the impact of the massive CAT-4 storm. His previous experience helped him develop the people skills he needed to communicate well with customers as well as the technical skills necessary to use various software programs and tools to close claims effectively and efficiently. Jimmy joins me today to share his story on what it’s like to be a first-time insurance adjuster during a catastrophic weather event. He shares the challenges he faced while working in the field for the first time and the decisions he made when transitioning from a steady career environment to becoming an insurance adjuster. He also explains the importance of staying committed to becoming successful as an insurance adjuster, why being resourceful and developing solutions to overcome various obstacles is critical to your success, and the lessons he learned from the Help Room that impacted his performance while working in the field. “It was an amazing decision - probably the best one I’ve made in my life.” Jimmy Sizemore Enroll Today for the Royal Adjusting Services Academy! Are you ready to take your independent adjusting career to the next level? Royal Adjusting Services and Adjuster Talk Podcast are excited to announce our new insurance claim adjusting school - Royal Adjusting Services Academy. At Royal Adjusting Services Academy, you will learn everything you need to know to take your career to the next level, including a curriculum in dynamic, custom, and mock-up rooms and roofs as well as other cutting-edge techniques to help you become successful in the claim environment. Visit our Royal Adjusting Services Academy website or email hknox@RoyalAdjustingService.com to apply for your curriculum scholarship today! Connect. Share. Inspire. Thanks for tuning in to the Adjuster Talk podcast with your host, Jason Heenan! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes to subscribe to the show and leave an honest review. You can also connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. If you’re interested in working with us, please feel free to email Jason at email@example.com or Mindy at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume to apply to be on our approved adjuster roster today!
Insurance Claims and Restoration focused program. The Claim Clinic aims to educate the property damage restorers of the world through interviews with legendary Disaster Recovery experts.
Rank #1: Xactimate Training with Alena Wilson and XM8 Mastery.
Xactimate plays an integral part in everything we do as Insurance Claims Professionals. Alena Wilson teaches this old dog some new tricks. I'm having problems uploading to my podcast host, so I'll come back to fill in the show notes.
Rank #2: Restoration Rebel Roundtable for 7/17/18 - Competition and Xactimate Pricing.
A reminder that we are not in competition with each other, and UNITY is our biggest asset. Andy McCabe does an overview of custom pricing in Xactimate. Claims Delegates writes Xactimate estimates for contractors across the country. They also consult on Large Loss and CAT events. http://www.claimsdelegates.com/xactimateestimates/ https://mailchi.mp/claimsdelegates.com/xm8foru LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/claims-delegates Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ClaimsDelegates Twitter - https://twitter.com/claimsdelegates The 24HR TECH mitigation documentation system: www.waterdamageprofit.com This training system and documentation package will help you train techs faster and get paid more for mitigation projects. The 24HR TECH on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NVpZ9Y The Claim Clinic Podcast: www.theclaim.clinic https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Claim-Clinic/563043650500608 iTunes Link https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-claim-clinic/id982839824?mt=2 #RestorationRebels http://restorationrebels.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/RestorationRebel Shopify: https://restoration-rebel.myshopify.com www.AIRestore.org
Adjusters International’s Property Insurance Roundtable features property insurance experts discussing current issues affecting first party claims. Each podcast focuses on a critical topic that is currently trending within the property insurance industry and includes real life examples intended to improve disaster preparedness.
Rank #1: Adjusting Today Issue #3037 – Builder’s Risk Insurance.
This podcast and the corresponding Adjusting Today article titled, "Builder’s Risk Insurance: Specialized Coverage for Construction Projects" focus on a policyholder and which steps they should take to ensure there is adequate insurance coverage on their upcoming or existing new construction project. Important points of this roundtable include identifying exposures, increased costs due to the shelf-life of previously acquired bids and basing your Builder’s Risk Insurance policy on the anticipation of a total loss. Key Takeaways: [1:14] How to define Builder’s Risk Insurance. [2:31] Who purchases Builder’s Risk Insurance? [3:51] When a building is being constructed what kinds of risks is it exposed to? [5:54] Who and what can be covered under a Builder’s Risk policy? [10:31] How do you define the term builder? [13:22] Does this policy cover materials in transit to the job site as well as when materials are in storage awaiting transit? [18:03] What is the best way for a buyer to get adequate coverage? [21:06] What are common errors on the Completed Value Form? [27:43] What is the difference between a Completed Value Form and a Reporting Form? [31:07] What role does a deductible play when calculating penalties relating to Builder’s Risk Insurance? [32:40] What are examples of covered causes of loss and exclusions under a Builder’s Risk policy. [45:38] What options are available if a Builder’s Risk policy is terminated but there is still work to be completed on the building? [51:41] What beneficial optional coverages are available for a policyholder to add in a Builder’s Risk policy? [57:32] What is Contingent Coverage with regards to Builder’s Risk Insurance? [1:02:04] Who should a person seek out when investing in an insurance policy or after sustaining a loss? Panel of Insurance Experts: Tony D’Amico, Senior Vice President at Goodman-Gable-Gould /Adjusters International Jim Mahurin, Risk Management Consultant and member of the Society of Risk Management Consultants C. Todd Thomas, Executive Director of Consulting and Services and member of the Society of Risk Management Consultants - Adjusters International Mentioned in This Episode: Adjusters International Adjusting Today - Builder’s Risk Article #3037
Rank #2: When Disasters Become Real: Our Public Adjusters’ Recollection of Memorable Cases.
Today we will be discussing the ins and outs of various interesting insurance claims that our expert panelists have handled and adjusted successfully. These memorable cases range from a fire at a Midwestern school to two New York City buildings that were damaged during Hurricane Sandy. Our panel of experts has extensive experience in the public adjusting industry, and will guide us through our discussion. [1:40] Electrical Fire in a Special Needs School — Chuck Sorrell Chuck describes a fire at a special needs school in Minnesota. The ways Chuck's company differed from the carrier’s consultant. Settlement details Client feedback [13:56] Fire in a Fast Food Restaurant The client had the proper coverage. This claim was unique because the insured was put in a position to manage sub-contractors. The challenges included a business hierarchy and a million dollar discrepancy. Lessons learned from this claim Other unique aspects to this claim and ADA ordinance issues [25:10] Major Loss from Hurricane Sandy — Keith Hayman Water surges from Hurricane Sandy destroyed the mechanical system. The details of how Keith’s team was able to assist the client Green tag alerts the building department that the building is able to be inhabited. This situation was unique because there was a sub limit cap on one building only. Adjusters International helped the client to retain their monthly income and to enhance the integrity of their asset. Challenges for this claim included difficulty with elevator banks and dealing with multiple decision makers. [35:21] Triple Net Property Lease Claim — Jim Mahurin The client had a substantial Leasehold Interest Policy The problems incurred during the handling of the claim. Why the agent who sold the policy is to be commended. The insured was paid and had no complaints about the settlement. How knowing your exposures can help you reduce risk with the correct insurance coverage. What is a triple-net value lease? Panelists: ● Chuck Sorrell — Owner — Xpert Consulting Services ● James R. Mahurin — Risk Management Consultant and member of the Society of Risk Management Consultants ● Keith Hayman — Senior Vice President — Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International ● Todd Thomas — Executive Director of Consulting Services and member of the Society of Risk Management Consultants — Adjusters International Moderator: ● Marjorie Zeoli Musick, Social Media Specialist – Jansen/Adjusters International, Globe Midwest/Adjusters International, and Adjusters International/Basloe, Levin & Cuccaro Mentioned in This Episode: Adjusters International Adjusting Today
If you’re a Roofing Contractor looking to grow your business, make more money, and have more free time, this is the podcast for you.Your host Dave Sullivan has been a successful roofing contractor for over 30 years and he shares the good, bad, and the ugly of his experience in contracting. Each week Dave interviews the industry’s top experts to pull out their best business tips and strategies that you can use to take your business to the next level. Get the answers to the questions you have to the day to day problems you face in the “real world of construction” from those that have been there anddone it. Whether you have a shop of 1 or 100 there’ssomething here for you.
Rank #1: 117: How To Improve Your Sales Process (Part1).
The easiest way to generate more revenue is to increase your close rate. In today’s interview with contractor business coach Kyle Hunt we discuss tips in each area of your sales process: The Initial Phone Call: What you must do to make a great first impression, 5 Powerful Words When Talking With A Roofing Prospect, The In-Person Meeting: How to prepare, what to bring, and the approach you should take, and No Project Left Behind: Your lead tracking, sales pipeline, and follow-up system. Get ready for this fast-paced and informative conversation to help you close more sales! Show Highlights: Business coach & consultant for business contractors Passion for helping business owners with proven, practical, simple, effective marketing and sales help You can’t be all things to all people Niching down to what’s more profitable Why contracting is such a hard business Seeing the forest in spite of the trees People are willing to mentor If you’re feeling stuck, reach out and ask for help Initial phone call with a new prospect - what to do before, during, and after “This Is How We Work” Giving full, undivided attention It’s the little things Why you should take a few minutes to research before you call Getting in the right mindset What a project discovery sheet is What’s the goal of this call? Making sure they’re doing most of the talking Taking a minute after the call to consider what worked and what didn’t work Every meeting should have an agenda and a specific time Appointment confirmation email and what it should contain Be willing to try new things! Resources: Tips, Strategies, and Download Free 1- Page Business Plan The Roofer Show Remodel your Marketing Remodelers Community Remodelers On The Rise Email: email@example.com Text: (517) 902-8450 - Text him your takeaway! Call Ruby Use promo code “Roofer 50” for $50 off your first month’s service! Need Help Answering the Phone? Use Ruby Receptionists! Click here and use the code Roofer50 for a special discount! Or Call Ruby at (844) 326-7829
Rank #2: 134: How To Set Up A Marketing Plan For Your Roofing Business with Anna Anderson.
Contractors always tell me they need more leads. It’s always more leads. And not those crappy leads. No, they want qualified leads. In today's interview with Anna Anderson we lay out the steps to set up a marketing plan that will bring in a consistent flow of qualified leads over the long term. Show Highlights: Anna gives an overview of The Roofing Technology Think-Tank and its mission and discusses opportunities for women in roofing. You have to have a good marketing plan in place in order to see growth.. Define your big-picture goals and share it with your entire team. What are your company’s main goals, what is achievable today, and what is achievable in 3, 5, and 10 years? What are 3 things that will help you achieve that main goal? What are revenue goals, and how do we achieve that? Think of goals as 1% incremental changes every day and you will have transformation within your company every year. It doesn’t have to be a huge mountain, but when you break it down, it’s achievable. Dave discusses the FREE download of his 1-Page Business Plan, and how reverse-engineering your plan can get you where you want to be. Many people are requesting more leads, but they have no idea where they want their business to go. Define goals for the sales team and marketing, as well. There are many different places that goals fill the void and create an engaged workforce. Move away from Angie’s List, Home Advisor, and other pay-for-performance platforms and start creating a brand. Charles Antis is a great example of how this branding works. Diversification within your marketing strategy is essential. To create a brand, you need to analyze the different opportunities to market your company through. Segment these opportunities into two buckets: 1) Traditional 2) Digital. Anna breaks these down. A good marketing plan doesn’t happen overnight. It needs to be worked on all the time. You need to be asking on a regular basis, “Does this align?” If it aligns, it’s working! If it doesn’t align, is it that incremental shift that needs to happen to achieve success, or is it a pipe dream? Tracking leads can be challenging, but cannot be overlooked. You need to identify the conversion point, the last touchpoint that the user converted through. Managing all that data is essential, and that’s where a good CRM comes into play. Whatever you do in your marketing should be delivering results. Anna shares how to budget for your growth. Competitive analysis - what do you look like compared to your competition? How to find out and ways to strategize. The benefits of partnering with Owens Corning and educating contractors to elevate their marketing game through Owens Corning University: they have an online course with 6 modules that dive deeply into the subjects covered by Dave and Anna. Links: Click here to get your free marketing analysis and OC University course http://www.artunlimitedusa.com/roofershow/ For Tips, Strategies, and Free Downloads! Download My FREE 1-Page Business Plan! The Roofer Show Text Dave @ (510) 612-1450 - Say Hi! I would love to hear your feedback, pros & cons! Please leave me a review on iTunes! Recommended Podcast #125 with Jon Gardner “Why You Should Develop Strategic Partnerships With Your Suppliers” Recommended Podcast #13 with Heidi Ellsworth “How Women Are Making Their Mark On The Industry” Recommended Podcast #128 with Charles Antis “How This Contractor Keeps A 93% Employee Retention Rate” Recommended Links: The Roofing Technology Think-Tank National Women In Roofing GET YOUR MARKETING ANALYSIS HERE! TAKE THE OWENS CORNING UNIVERSITY MARKETING COURSE HERE! Artunlimited Become a Member of the National Roofing Contractors Association! The Roofer Show Sponsor Info: Need Help Answering the Phone Or Online Chat? Use Ruby Receptionists!! Click here and use the code Roofer50 for a special discount! Call Ruby Or Call Ruby at (844) 326-7829 Check out the app!! —->Dave’s Listeners Get a 21-Day Money Back Guarantee
Join insurance nerds Carly, Nick and Tony as they discuss insurance careers, insurtech startups and current events in the insurance industry in their fresh and unique style. This is not your grandpa's insurance industry!
Rank #1: E122 - The Data is Coming, The Data is Coming, with Carey Anne Nadeau of Open Data Nation.
In this episode of Profiles in Risk, you can meet Carey Anne Nadeau, who will be a guest host of Profiles in Risk indefinitely. We talked about the overwhelming amount of municipal data being captured, ODN's mission for that data and how the insurance ecosystem can use that data and insight. Big Data has come to insurance, the data has arrived!CONNECT WITH CAREY ANNE NADEAU: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/carey-anne-nadeau-9a15a37/ ODN - https://www.odnsure.com/ MENTIONED:Rush (Greatest band of all time?) - https://amzn.to/2ToM7MU BOOKS RECOMMENDED BY CAREY ANNE: The Economy of Cities by Jane Jacobs - https://amzn.to/2DKNrov SUBSCRIBE AT:Buzzsprout RSS: https://goo.gl/5K4X3QGoogle Play: https://goo.gl/WMAvW4iTunes: https://goo.gl/7SqwvP Overcast: https://goo.gl/8b4cbD Spotify: https://goo.gl/niAbGNStitcher: https://goo.gl/DmE7MiYouTube: https://goo.gl/1Turar
Rank #2: Get Ready with Tony Steuer - E6 Neil Granger: Best Practices for Identifying and Preventing Elder Financial Abuse.
Educate Yourself: Whether you are an advisor or a consumer, take advantage of available resources - Neil GrangerIn this episode of GET READY!, I spoke with Neil Granger who specializes in the identification and prevention of elder financial abuse. Neil and I discussed best practices for insurance agents, common fraud techniques and elder financial abuse legislation. Neil shared his experiences in working with attorneys, regulators and law enforcement on elder financial abuse prevention and enforcement.CONNECT WITH Neil Granger:LinkedIn - Neil Granger: https://www.linkedin.com/in/neil-grangerWebsite - https://www.elderinsuranceabuse.com Resources: California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform: https://www.canhr.org (much more than nursing homes)California Department of Insurance: https://www.insurance.ca.gov Financial Regulatory Links: https://www.tonysteuer.com
A delicious mix of Insurance and TV
Rank #1: Impact of Artificial Intelligence “Massive”.
The insurance industry’s recent rounds of rules-based automation pales in comparison to the “massive shift” to insurance work offered by artificial intelligence, says Sanjay Srivastava, chief digital officer of global consulting firm Genpact. With AI, he says, “I don’t program the computer. I show it the problem, and you, the computer, find out how to program yourself.” In this fast-paced podcast, Sanjay urges the industry to apply AI learnings, tenets and capabilities and automate “that last mile to take it to the workforce.” The evolution of AI first in language, and then conversation (e.g. intent analysis). Next will be expanded use of sight (e.g. photos and video); and, finally knowledge, offering major opportunities in areas such as FNOL and claims handling. “How do we capture all of the knowledge that insurance adjusters have today?” Sanjay asks. He also offers some other key insurance trends for 2019 in this recording. The post Impact of Artificial Intelligence “Massive” appeared first on Insurance Journal TV.
Rank #2: Larger Agencies, Commercial Lines Will Dominate.
In five to 10 years, the primary insurance sales channel will be direct to consumer, predicts Ed Majkowski, Ernst & Young’s insurance advisory leader for the Americas. In this provocative discussion, Ed walks through five key issues facing carriers and agencies. “We’ll always have agents, but there will be far fewer, they’ll be larger, and they’ll invest in technology and their brands,” he says. Meanwhile, no carrier eventually will be able to avoid the direct-to-consumer channel. Personal lines will decline, Ed says, so carriers might need to pivot to commercial lines, to a direct channel, or to a specialty line of business where returns traditionally are much higher. Meanwhile, “insurtechs are gaining traction across all parts of the value chain,” he says. “They’re pushing carriers to provide a better customer experience. Across all types of carriers, they’re nervous about how much investment it’s going to take to move faster. They all see the writing on the wall.” The post Larger Agencies, Commercial Lines Will Dominate appeared first on Insurance Journal TV.
Discussions of time insurance-related legal developments with leading insurance attorneys.
Rank #1: Updates in Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith.
Attorney Charles (CJ) Haddick, Jr., a shareholder of the Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. law firm discusses recent bad faith decisions and significant insurance coverage developments. Special thanks to our sponsor, A.M. Best Company, Best’s Recommended Insurance Attorneys & Adjusters, including Expert Service Providers.
Rank #2: Defense Angle of Slip and Fall Accident Claims.
Retail Expert Jerry Birnbach discusses what companies and defense attorneys need to be concerned about regarding slip and fall accident claims. Special thanks to our sponsor, A.M. Best Company, Best's Recommended Insurance Attorneys & Adjusters, including Expert Service Providers.