SEIP Conference

The annual Society of Environmental Insurance Professionals (SEIP) conference, Expanding the Market, was held in San Francisco this past June. Sara Brothers, Director of Technical Support, delivered the opening session, Emerging Trends for Environmental Insurance, at #SEIP2018.

People watching SEIP presentation

Want to meet up while you’re attending a future industry conference? Contact Kelsey Hill to schedule your visit with us.

SEIP Conference announcement - June 18-20 - San Francisco


PIA Conference Recap

PIA Conference Booth

We recently attended the PIA annual conference. We were joined by fellow Great American divisions: Property & Inland Marine and Fidelity/Crime. It was great to see so many of you in Atlantic City.

PIA Conference announcement - June 10-12 - Atlantic City, NJ


CLM Conference Summary

Sara Brothers, Director of Technical Support, served on a panel at the recent Claims and Litigation Management Alliance’s Annual Conference

Session: License to Bill – Insurance Companies are Overpaying Excessive Restoration Costs

Here are some takeaways from her session:

  • Insurers should require that policy holders have in place a Disaster Response Plan for all insured property that describes the response protocol and procedure to a large property loss. The Plan should have pre-identified contractors and vendors with the proper insurance and contracting methods and pricing, in place.
  • Insurers, adjustors, claims resolution professionals and policy holders should recognize the unfavorable contract format, terms, conditions and pricing of restoration and response vendors.
  • Insurers, adjustors, claims resolution professionals and policy holders should recognize the unfavorable contract format, terms, conditions and pricing of restoration and response vendors.
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