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Personal Lines Myths - Part 1


Total Credits: 1 including 1 CE Credit

Average Rating:
   4.7
Category:
Personal Lines |  Personal Lines - Basic
Faculty:
David A. Thompson
Duration:
1 hr
License:
Access for 90 day(s) after purchase.



Description

In a fast-paced setting, this class looks at some of the myths about personal lines issues. A sample of the subjects includes: kid’s cars, agreed value vs. stated amount, Uber, UM stacking on one car, moving trucks, additional insured vs. additional interest, college kids, self-storage facilities, named peril vs. agreed value, the “where You Reside” issue and more.

Course Materials

Faculty

David A. Thompson's Profile

David A. Thompson Related seminars and products: 2

CPCU, AAI, API, CRIS, Education Instructor

Florida Association of Insurance Agents


David is FAIA's full-time insurance nerd, presenting continuing education seminars on a variety of subjects and writing technical articles and blogs on topics of interest to agents. David graduated from Mercer University and served seven years as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army and U.S. Coast Guard. He started his insurance career in a family-owned independent agency in Vero Beach, where he sold all types of insurance. He joined FAIA in 1996.


State Specific Details

State Approval Information Details

SC - This course is approved for 1 hr CE - Course#140400

LA - This course is approved for 1 hr CE - Course#30344

KS - This course is approved for 1 hr CE - Course#993781 - Note -  KAIA will file your earned CE electronically within 10 business day after course completions

TN - This course is approved for 1 hr CE - Course#29388

SD - This course is approved for 1 hr CE - Course# 1280021


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Total Reviews: 184

Comments

Lisa H - Varnville

"very good speaker "

Janine L

"David Thompson is the best!"

Danielle W - St. Petersburg, Florida

"great webcast"

Tina B - Jacksonville, Florida

"All was very informative"

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