IIAW Webinar: Workers' Compensation
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3 CE Approved

When: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Where: IIAW Webinar
United States
Contact: Diana Banaszynski

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Analyze significant coverage issues encountered when writing workers compensation insurance. Discuss the legal concepts of the Workers Compensation system and the four primary benefits available to an injured worker. Examine the NCCI Workers Compensation Policy Part One: Workers Compensation, Part Two: Employers Liability, and Part Three: Other States Coverage. Review major workers compensation, employers liability, and stop gap endorsements. Emphasis will be placed on risk evaluation in relationship to workers compensation liability loss exposures faced by commercial clients. The scope of this course is nationwide with emphasis on NCCI rules, while significant state-by-state differences are noted. Review the sources of legal liability, the concept of exclusive remedy, definitions of employer and employee, deductible plans, and experience modification (mod.) factors.



Paul Burkett is the president and CEO of Snoaspen Insurance Group that provides risk management, training, expert witness services to agent E&O carriers. After serving as an officer in the U.S. Air Force, Paul began his insurance career with SAFECO that included loss control, sales representative, underwriting, and management responsibilities. Paul then moved to Frank B. Hall & Company as VP Risk Management Services responsible for alternative insurance programs such as pools, self-insurance, and captives. Certifications include: J.D., CIC, CRM, CPCU, ARM, ALCM



This webinar course is approved for 3 hours of Wisconsin continuing education credit. Attendees must be present during the webinar to receive CE credits.



Course fee is $39.00 for IIAW members, $57.00 for non-members. The IIAW will email a Webinar Invitation to you for the scheduled class approximately 24 hours before the webinar begins, along with any other required forms.

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A written request for a one-time transfer of the full registration fee to another scheduled IIAW webinar or a refund less a $5 cancellation fee may be made up to 24 hours before the beginning of the webinar for which the individual is registered. Substitutions are welcome — please email notification of name, license number, and email address for receiving login information