Learn how to insure a project where the ownership changes or property values fluctuate during construction. Evaluate indirect losses such as delayed opening exposures, “soft costs,” and loss of rents. Discover how to insure building materials and tools at various locations, including the contractor’s own premises, various job sites, temporary locations, and while in transit. This seminar will cover risk evaluation in relationship to marine property loss exposures faced by commercial clients. Analyze Builders Risk, Installation Coverage Forms, Contractors Equipment Coverage, and significant endorsements.
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 $45.00 for IIAW members, $62.00 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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