Here is further information about what each of the above claim conferences at Crawford and Company will include:
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2012 CAT Conferences
Crawford & Company
2012 CAT Conferences
Mark your calendars; it’s that time of year again! Crawford CAT Services has finalized plans for the much anticipated annual 2012 CAT Conferences. Given the overwhelming success of years past, we have added an additional venue giving you a third opportunity to attend.
This year we’re doing it bigger and better for the same unbeatable price – FREE! This is a great time to network, visit with old friends and have training opportunities, all at no cost to you. You can expect the same industry leading training that has been offered in the past.
Registration for the Florida Conference will begin on 2/8/12. Additionally, registration for Texas and New Jersey Conferences will begin on 2/27/12.
Please be on the lookout for additional information.
Claims Education Conference merges with SCLA Annual Claims Conference! The Claims Education Conference, presented by International Insurance Institute (III), is thrilled to announce it is merging with The SCLA Annual Claims Conference presented by American Educational Institute (AEI) and the Society of Claim Law Associates (SCLA) The new combined conferenc […]
I’m sharing this post in the Orlando Claim Associations Linkedin group posted today: Orlando, FL 2nd Annual Claims Seminar with 5 CE’s April 2013 This was posted in the Orlando Claims Assn forum on Linkedin and many of our Florida claims folks may be interested in attending: Announcement from Orlando Claims Association, Inc. 2nd Annual OCA CE […]
We have now updated our Claims Classes link here on the blog with some important information on NFIP 2013 training dates, sponsor workshops, and other important industry conferences you may wish to view here: https://dimechimes.wordpress.com/classes/
Join us for a FREE Webinar – 3 Times to Choose From Legacy Claim Services invites you to a Free Certification Webinar for Citizens of Florida! Get certified from the comfort of your home. This certification webinar will qualify you to work Daily or Catastrophe claims in 2013. Storm Season is […]
Thanks to long time sponsor Dr Michael Birzon of the University of Central Florida Insurance department for notifying me for distribution to our members that Connecticut has now mandated that the hurricane deductible cannot be applied to Connecticut Hurricane Sandy losses per the following: From: Florida Insurance University To: “ClaimSmentor@Dimechimes.com” […]
ClaimSmentor welcomes our newest sponsor Xeneros who can handle all of your claims adjuster licensing needs nationwide to assist you with your licensing needs for Hurricane Sandy duty. Here is their latest blog addressing emergency adjuster licensing for Hurricane Sandy duty: http://blog.xeneros.net/2012/10/hurricane-sandy-heading-to-east-coast.html
Due to the extensive damage from Hurricane Sandy and the massive need for insurance claims adjusters, we have added a new page on our ClaimSmentor information blog dedicated to claim job opportunties for adjusters wishing to work storm duty here: https://dimechimes.wordpress.com/hurricane-sandy-deployments/
We just received notice from FEMA that they are now hosting a Special NFIP Adjuster Certification class September 19, 2012 for those who missed attending the Adjuster Certfication workshops held each year between January and May. Here are the complete details we got in their email notfication if you need to register: SPECIAL 2012 NFIP […]
We had posted a blog with information about Louisiana adjuster licensing as Isaac was approaching the Louisiana coast as the rules regarding working claims in Louisiana had totally changed after Katrina hit which was the last time many independent adjusters had worked there. If you missed that blog, here is the link: https://dimechimes.wordpress.com/2012/08/ […]
When it rains it pours! The Hurricane Center reports in the 5pm ET report that Hurricane Isaac winds are now 80 mile per hour as it approaches the Louisiana coast. You will also notice on the NOAA link that they have now issued the first advisory for Tropical Depression Eleven in the Eastern Atlantic expecting […]