As the holiday season descends upon us and Old Man Winter starts knocking on the door, what exposures should the risk professional be focusing on? From slip and fall to identity theft, ice damage to host liquor liability, this most wonderful time of the year brings with it some unique exposures that warrant special consideration. In this session, you’ll hear a timely exploration of some of those risks.
Who Should Attend:
Commercial and personal lines actuaries and underwriters
Original Presentation Date:
Monday, December 3, 2012
Jason Suppo is an Insurance Lines Consultant in ISO’s Research and Development Division. He is responsible for analyzing market trends and emerging issues. He also authors new ISO products and coordinates revisions amongst multiple lines of business. Mr. Suppo has worked for ISO for more than 12 years. Prior to his current position, he served as Assistant Manager in ISO’s Commercial Auto Division.
Yamilé C. Cunney is a Senior Insurance Lines Specialist in ISO’s Specialty Commercial Lines Division. She has taken a lead role in developing new ISO multistate programs for Miscellaneous Professional Liability and Architects and Engineers Professional Liability, as well updates to the ISO multistate Management Protection Program. Ms. Cunney has worked in the insurance industry for more than 18 years, and began her career with ISO in 2008.
Danielle Vitale is a Senior Analyst in ISO’s Commercial Auto Division. She is responsible for analyzing legislative activity and case law for impact to ISO products as well as researching legal issues and monitoring emerging trends in the insurance industry. Ms. Vitale has been with ISO since 2008. She holds a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Media from Rutgers University.
Jessica Gajda is an Insurance Lines Analyst with ISO’s Personal Property Division. Ms. Gajda is responsible for analyzing legislation and case law and updating Forms and Endorsements, as well as various other research projects, for multiple Personal Property Lines of Business. She began her career with ISO in 2008 and joined the Personal Property line division in 2010.
Bryan Small is Senior Insurance Lines Analyst in ISO’s Commercial Casualty Division. Mr. Small is responsible for analyzing legislation and case law and updating forms and endorsements, as well as various other research projects for the General Liability, Commercial Liability Umbrella, and Medical Professional Liability lines of business. He began his career with ISO in 2007.