Archive for June, 2016

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Speaking Insurance: How to Hit the Ground Running in Risk Management

Alisa Callaway, UACIC, is a senior risk specialist at AT&T, and a graduate of the University of North Dallas. In this podcast, she talks education, internships, the University Associate Program, and the steps she took to get off to a …

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Webinar: Construction Defects and the ISO CGL: A Matter of Policy Terms, Law, and Facts

Gerald T. (Jerry) Hargrove, J.D., CIC, CPIA, FCLA, SCLA, PICS, LICS, CBIA

Agents are often asked by their contractor clients if the Commercial General

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When Accidents Happen—to Someone Else’s Stuff

By Elizabeth Anne Rise, CIC

HO Coverage: When Your Client Damages Personal Property of Others’

Consider these loss scenarios:

  • Carrie borrows a friend’s camera to take with her on vacation to


Speaking Insurance: Young Technology Underwriter

Sean Wisdom is a technology underwriter at CNA Financial Corporation in Houston. In this podcast, he discusses emerging risks and the skills he has found are

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At a Coverage Crossroads: Vacancy, Vandalism, and Fire

By Laura Machado, CIC, CPCU

Property vacancy has been a growing problem in recent years. The recession reduced the demand for new buildings leaving many beautiful, well-maintained, new developments empty. New construction

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Speaking Insurance: Disarming the Bomb

Robert Cartwright, Jr. has more than 35 years of experience in risk management. He works for Bridgestone Retail Operations as the Safety Manager, handling retail store


Tax-Free Retirement Made Simple

A Look at the Options for Tax-Free Retirement Income

By Charlie Matejowsky, CIC, LUTCF

Living in a time when our national debt is over 18 trillion dollars is frightening. There are

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Speaking Insurance: Higher Education Risk Management

Luke Figora is the Assistant Vice President for Risk Management & Environmental Health & Safety at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. He is also a board

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Sabine Pass High School Students Pioneer New Program

In the wake of two hurricanes— Rita and Ike—that devastated the Sabine Pass, TX, area, an innovative idea for rebuilding was born. Kathleen Hicks, Chairman of the Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC)


Video: Certified Insurance Counselors Career Path

Twin brothers, Chris and Daniel Kerr share their career path from State Football Champions to knowledgeable and competitive insurance

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