Analysis Level CE

Analysis Level CE emphasizes policy interpretation including understanding legal principles and doctrines applicable to Pennsylvania. Its purpose is enable practitioners to confidently read and understand a policy’s applicable coverages and provisions. Policy definitions, conditions, exclusions, and endorsements are reviewed in depth allowing practitioners to better understand their application in every day usage.

 

Analysis-level CE is available in either a traditional in-house classroom format or may be arranged via webcast. Analysis-level CE costs are based upon location, delivery method, and number of attendees.

 

 

 

 

 

How to Read an Insurance Policy (3 CE Credits) - The program will review an insurance policy’s structure, assisting practitioners in learning how to read, interpret and understand a property and casualty insurance policy. Emphasis is placed on understanding the legal doctrines that affect policy interpret-tation and their applications in actual practice settings.

 

Dwelling Policy Analysis (4 CE Credits) – The program will analyze the Dwelling Policy from a coverage perspective. Eligibility, differences in coverage forms (DP 1, DP 2, DP 3) and common endorsements are reviewed. An analysis of the Dwelling Policy in comparison to the Homeowners Policy and the Businessowners Policy will be examined illustrating key differences.

 

Homeowners Policy Analysis (4 CE Credits) – The program will analyze the Homeowner Policy from a coverage perspective. Eligibility, difference in coverage forms (HO 2 thru HO 8) and common endorsements are reviewed. An analysis of the Homeowners Policy in comparison to the Dwelling Policy and the Businessowners Policy will be examined illustrating key differences.

 

Personal Auto Policy Analysis (4 CE Credits) - The program will analyze the Personal Auto Policy from a coverage perspective and address the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law. Emphasis is placed on understanding the policy language, the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law and their application in actual practice settings. Common endorsements are reviewed. An analysis of the Personal Auto Policy in comparison to the Commercial Auto Policy will be examined illustrating key differences.

 

Businessowners Policy Analysis (8 CE Credits) - The program will analyze the Businessowners Policy from a coverage perspective. Eligibility, difference in forms (basic v. special), optional coverages, liability coverage and common endorsements are reviewed. An analysis of the Businessowners Policy in comparison to the Commercial Package Policy will be examined illustrating key differences.

 

Commercial Property Policy Analysis (4 CE Credits) - The program will analyze the Commercial Property Policy from a coverage perspective. Eligibility, differences in forms (basic, broad, special) and common endorsements are reviewed. An analysis of the Commercial Property Policy in comparison to the Businessowners Policy’s property coverage will be examined illustrating key differences.

 

Commercial General Liability Policy Analysis (4 CE Credits) - The program will analyze the Commercial General Liability Policy from a coverage perspective. Eligibility, differences in forms (claims-made vs. occurrence), and common endorsements are reviewed. An analysis of the Commercial General Liability Policy in comparison to the Businessowners liability coverage will be examined illustrating key differences.

 

Cyber Liability (2 CE Credits) - The program will analyze cyber liability from a coverage perspective. First-party and third-party cyber liability exposures will be examined in conjunction with standard policies (that provide limited cyber liability and information protection coverage) and the stand alone cyber liability policy (that provides comprehensive cyber liability and information protection coverage). Emphasis is placed on understanding the relationship between cyber exposures, standard policies and the stand alone cyber liability policy.

 

Predictive Analytics - This one hour non-CE professional education course is designed for insurance practitioners and non-insurance professionals to understand how data is being used in marketing, underwriting and claims activities. Its purpose is orient the insurance practitioner and non-insurance professional with the practice-based workings of predictive analytics and its effect on producers and insurers.

The Magellan Group, Inc.

300 Weyman Plaza, Suite 280

Pittsburgh, PA  15236

Phone: 412-885-1210

Fax: 412-885-1253

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