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Webinar 190605 Certificates of Insurance and Additional Insureds: Making Sense of It All
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Webinar 190605 Certificates of Insurance and Additional Insureds: Making Sense of It All

To teach insurance professionals about the important features to look for when writing various inland marine coverages and general liability coverage for contractor insureds.

 Export to Your Calendar 6/5/2019
When: Wednesday, June 52nd, 2019
10 AM - 1 PM
Where: Live Webinar
United States
Contact: Kim Legato

Online registration is available until: 6/4/2019
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Catherine Trischan, CPCU, CRM, CIC, ARM, AU, AAI, CRIS, MLIS

3 CE: ID, MT, OR, WA

Cathy Trischan has been with the E&K Agency in Eatontown, NJ since 1996, currently serving as Director of Commercial Underwriting.   She began her insurance career upon graduation from Rutgers University in 1987.  She has worked as a claims adjuster for a major property and casualty carrier as well as in the commercial departments of several large, New Jersey agencies. 

In addition to her work with E&K, Cathy provides education and consulting services to other agents, brokers and insurance companies.   She is a National Faculty member of The National Alliance, speaking in both the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) and Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR) programs. She has taught both pre-licensing and continuing education courses for PIA, Brookdale Community College and other institutions.  She has written courses and articles on various insurance topics and has served as an expert witness. 

Cathy holds several professional designations including CPCU, CIC and CRM.   She received an Award for Academic Excellence from the Insurance Institute of America and is a participant in the CPCU Society’s Continuing Professional Development program.

Webinar description:

This course examines a variety of inland marine exposures faced by contractors and the policies available to cover those exposures.  We will discuss builders’ risk coverage, installation floaters and contractors’ equipment policies.  For each topic, we will discuss the coverage afforded by commonly used forms and some of the exclusions to watch out for.   We will then discuss certain features of the Commercial General Liability policy and endorsements that are sometimes added.  We will focus on the effect these features and endorsements have on a contractor’s insurance program. 

A special thank you to our KKlub Members for their support.