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Claims Management/Control

Certificate of Insurance Disclaimer…Not Bulletproof

…the COI does not/should not amend or change the policy in any way, explicitly
stating so in the form of a disclaimer. However, the disclaimer is proving not to be bulletproof,
at least in Washington.

Montrose: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

Montrose v Admiral affected the principle of known loss and caused the insurance industry to react with a variety of “Montrose Exclusion” endorsements and the Insurance Services Office to change the insuring agreement in the CGL policy. Its impact was, and still is, felt beyond California’s borders.

Joseph M. Junfola, CPCU, SCLA, RPLU+, ARM, ARe, AIC-M, AU, AIS, ASLI, AIDA

My career in the property casualty insurance industry spans over four decades, during which I managed, directly or in a supervisory capacity, insurance claims.  For the last 27 years, I have specialized in long-term exposure, or continuous property damage/bodily injury/toxic tort claims on a national basis, in particular construction defect, product liability, and design professional…

Joan Deimling

Joan Deimling has over thirty years’ experience in the insurance industry in policy rating, customer service and claims. She has been responsible for the supervision of policy issuance, commercial rating both liability and property as well as worker’s compensation and customer service. Joan’s customer service knowledge and skill set benefits clients in managing customer accounts…

Chantal M. Roberts

I am dedicated to providing trustworthy, valuable assistance in order to give my clients a clear understanding of claims standards and practices. As an expert witness, I strive to turn this complex topic into an easy to understand concept. Known for my honest and direct approach, I work hard to meet each of your individual…

Damian J. Arguello

Risk management & insurance thought leader & influencer, law professor, coverage counsel, & insurance expert witness.

Contingent Business Interruption Claims, What Happens When the Loss You Experience is Not Your Own?

In today’s business climate more focus is placed on lean operations. This trend is becoming increasingly more commonplace as corporations are divesting of business lines and returning to core competencies. As decentralization continues to grow and corporations are relying on supply and sales agreements with non-related parties, the impact of a supplier or customer’s loss on a business’ operations increases substantially.

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