101 Commercial Lines Coverage Gaps and How to Close Them

Overview

This course offers a unique look at commercial lines coverage by examining common gaps in these programs and reviewing ways to close the gaps.

The coverage gaps identified are drawn from the experience of actual practitioners who responded to a research report compiled by a team of IRMI analysts. Accordingly, the gaps discussed in this course are real; the course offers practical insight and advice that will help the producer to better protect and serve his or her clients and to avoid costly errors and omissions. The course examines coverage gaps—and how to close them.

Learning Objectives

Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

  • in a given case, identify common coverage gaps in commercial auto, general liability, umbrella liability, workers compensation, management liability, property, crime, and professional liability insurance programs
  • recognize the issues that lead to coverage gaps
  • identify pertinent coverage gaps in the insurance programs of prospective clients
  • identify how and why coverage gaps arise
  • select appropriate alternatives to close the gaps by making an appropriate change to the policy containing the gap or choosing an additional form of insurance to cover the gap

Designed for

Experienced commercial lines insurance professionals

Prerequisites

A basic understanding of property, liability, workers compensation, auto, and professional liability insurance coverage.


International Risk Management Institute, Inc. (IRMI) is the premier provider of risk and insurance continuing education and reference publications, and is considered the ultimate authority by leading insurance practitioners. Written by industry experts, IRMI courses provide the most up-to-date, practical and reliable information possible.


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