Claims Magazine-May 2011

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  • A Crash Course In Learning

    Donna J. Popow

    To be successful, claims representatives must be able to perform job functions with incredible competence.

  • The Triple Whammy

    Ken Brownlee, CPCU

    Had the earthquake, resultant tsunami, and nuclear disaster that occurred in Japan happened in the U.S., the vast majority of homeowners and companies suffering losses would find little help from their insurers.

  • IAs and Conflicts of Interest

    Anthony J. Morrone, Amy O'Rorke

    An IA must recognize that all of his activities may be fully discoverable by many different parties if the matter ultimately ends up in litigation.

  • Dog Bite Claims

    Christine G. Barlow

    Dogs can bite, and they do so enough to warrant the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to keep records of such occurrences.

  • Wash. Law Linked to Surge in Homeowners’ Claims

    Christina Bramlet

    Homeowners’ claims costs have been climbing in Wash., and a new study conducted by the Insurance Research Council (IRC) has identified legislation passed in 2007 as the most probable culprit.

  • Well-Being At Work

    Christina Bramlet

    Ah, springtime: in rushes a wave of optimism, as well as a chance to begin anew and stop looking like a pasty extra from one of the Twilight movies.

  • Claims Excellence in The Big Easy

    Catherine Couretas

    Connecting with potential resources and sharing experiences from across the country can be the difference, which is what makes Americas Claims Event essential for industry professionals who want to get ahead.

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