Unchartered Territory: Register for Coronavirus Risk Management Best Practices
Every agent, every carrier and every
insured is in unchartered territory as it relates to COVID-19. Traditional
claims management is out the window as the industry works to cope with an
avalanche of claims that appear, on the surface, to not be covered. Should
agents report claims where coverage does not appear to exist? Should agents
report claims when insurance carriers are asking them to NOT report claims
because, “There is no coverage?” Should agents tell their insureds what to do?
The industry has never grappled with these questions on such a wide scale.
On Demand Webinar with
Big “I” Professional Liability and Swiss Re Corporate Solutions addressing
these and other pandemic panic questions common to most agents now available.
Big “I” Announces Free “Coronavirus (COVID-19): Does Business Income Respond?” Webinar
Does ISO’s Business Income policy respond if a business shuts down because of the coronavirus? What happens if the authorities require the business to close? There is a short answer to these questions, but it’s not necessarily a simple answer. The Big “I” is addressing this major insurance concern in a free 25-minute webinar, “Coronavirus (COVID-19): Does Business Income Respond?” Click Here to watch this webinar On Demand
Big “I” Announces Free “Coronavirus, Auto Exposures, and Food Delivery” Webinar
As of Wednesday, March 18, there are 21 states that have shut down restaurants and bars to in-house dining limiting these businesses to takeout or delivery only. Over the last several days, the Big “I” Virtual University team has fielded several auto insurance related questions which cannot be classed simply as personal or business auto questions because the most common question we’re seeing involves both polices. Does the Personal Auto Policy (PAP) even cover food delivery? How and by whom is the restaurant covered especially if there isn’t a Business Auto Policy (BAP)? The Big "I" answers these questions and more in a free 30-minute webinar, “Coronavirus, Auto Exposures, and Food Delivery". Click Here to watch this webinar On Demand