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This Seminar explores exposures and coverages that relate to: - Yachts & Boats - Charter, Sightseeing, Casino Boats - Marinas, Boat Dealers, Yacht Clubs including: Marina Operators Legal Liability, Dealers Inventory, Hull, P&I and Docks/Piers - Boat Manufacturers & Builders, Builders Risk including: Inventory, Molds and other issues related to Boat Manufacturers/Builders This Seminar further delves into the variety of coverages, markets, and issues of the Recreational Marine Industry. (CMIP Class)

This seminar analyses the various exposures to Marine Employees and provides practical "How To" guides on properly insuring them. - In-depth overview of State Act Workers Compensation, Longshore & Harbor Workers Compensation Act, Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act and Admiralty Liability to Employees. - The seminar concludes with the tricky issues of payroll allocation, Officer & Owner Exclusions, Common Endorsements advantages/disadvantages, and Auditing Techniques. (CMIP Class)

This Seminar focuses on the comprehensive study of Hull Insurance, Protection and Indemnity, General Maritime Law, Forms and Comparisons. Additional topics include Pollution Insurance, Sudden & Accidental Pollution in the MGL Policy, OPA, and other pollution exposures. We then move into the complex realm of Charterers Legal Liability Insurance, and end the Seminar with Ocean Cargo Insurance including Terms of Sale, Refrigerated Cargo, and Stock Throughput Coverages. (CMIP Class)

This dynamic seminar delves deeper into the exposures of waterfront businesses: Marine General Liabilities; Third Party Liabilities for Marine Entities; Major Exclusions and Limitations in Non-Marine CGL Forms; Collision and Towers Liability Form and CCC Exposures In-Depth Study, including: Ship Repairers Legal Liability; Terminal Operators Legal Liability; Stevedores Legal Liability; Wharfingers Legal Liability and Tankermans Legal liability. (CMIP Class)

This is an introductory class that provides an overview of the wet marine market. It covers the basic building blocks of marine coverage, Marine General Liability, Hull, Protection & Indemnity and Umbrellas. Then looks at the specialty coverages of Ship Repairers, Terminal Operators/Stevedores, Marina's and Boat Dealers. Last, this introduces Longshore (USL&H) and Admiralty exposures and Coverage. (4 Hours)

This seminar is a route map on how to create and develop a high level niche market for Insurance agents, brokers, MGA's and Carriers. Attendees will understand why the Niche is so important in today's market and how to identify, understand and quantify your Niche. A set of tools are provided to build and customize your Niche. Finally we will discuss multiple Niches, Sub Niches and Niche Cows. (4 Hours)

Most US insurance policy forms were written before business became global - this seminar identifies the size of the marketplace, the limitations in the standard US forms, International Package Policies, Unique International coverages and finally takes a stroll around the world's insurance marketplace. (3 or 4 Hours)

Attendees will review the Longshore and Harbor Workers Act, Maritime Employers Liability, Merchant Marine Act (the Jones Act), Protection and Indemnity and all forms of marine exposure for employees. They will learn how to properly identify these various exposures and be able to recommend the coverages for them. They will also be able to explain how they fit into a risk management program of businesses with maritime exposures. (4 Hours)

During this session, attendees review the alternative funding options available to the large risk or group. Points of interest include a brief overview, the use of guaranteed cost programs vs. the following alternatives: deductibles, retrospective rating plans, self-insurance, risk retention groups, and captives. Each technique is applied to a case study throughout the class. (4 Hours)

Attendees will review the Longshore and Harborworkers Act, Maritime Employers Liability, Merchant Marine Act (the Jones Act), Protection and Indemnity and all forms of marine exposure for employees. They will learn how to properly identify these various exposures and be able to recommend the coverages for them. Attendees will also be able to explain how they fit into a Risk Management Program of businesses with maritime exposures.

This seminar explores the various and serious gaps in Marine and Longshore Insurance and provides the proper mechanisms on how to keep your clients out of trouble.



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