Examine activities that can cause an insured to be legally liable, and the process used to determine if the Homeowners or Personal Auto policies provide coverage. Explore PAP dilemmas, including business use, rental cars, uninsured motorist, vehicles furnished and available for regular usage, the meaning of occupying a vehicle, and who can properly grant permission to use an auto. Analyze homeowner situations, including businesses in the home, damage from an intended act, and loss assessment.
Ross Pearce began in the insurance business as an agent in 1985 in Santa Maria, CA with Farmers Insurance. After seven successful years, he moved to East Tennessee as a District Manager. He was then recruited by Farmers to become the Life and Financial Services Manager for the state of Iowa. When the University of Farmers began, he was tapped to lead the training division and helped develop the university into the number one corporate university in the world in 2011. He left Farmers and became head of an agency in Austin, Texas in 2012, then sold it at the beginning of 2014, and has since devoted his time to training agents and volunteer activities. Certifications Include: CLU, ChFC, CIC, LUTCF
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