E-Commerce, Internet, and Kidnap/Ransom & Extortion Coverage among Topics
JERSEY CITY, N.J., May 7, 2003 — Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO) has expanded its offering of web-based educational seminars to customers on a wide range of ISO products and services through the rest of this year.
ISO kicked off the series in January with a seminar on terrorism loss costs, rating and coverage issues in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002.
Insurance customers must register in advance for these free interactive seminars. Registered participants will be able to view seminar contents on their computers and hear expert commentary by telephone. They can also ask questions of ISO's risk and insurance experts and participate in discussions.
Key topics in the expanded seminar series include Internet coverage, additional insured issues,hurricane modeling, ZIP code–based territories, the alternate personal auto class plan, kidnap/ransom and extortion (KR&E) coverage, and coverage changes.
ISO participating insurers can register online for the educational seminars at http://webinars.verisk.com/. Additional information on the seminars can also be obtained by calling ISO Customer Service toll-free at 800-888-4476 or sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
ISO Web Seminar Topics
|Understanding UM/UIM Time Limitations and
Upcoming Commercial Auto Multistate Changes
Breadth of the ISO Market Segments Program
Commercial Auto ZIP Code–Based Territories
AIR Hurricane Model
Commercial Auto Basic Limits Changes
Providing Kidnap/Ransom & Extortion Coverage
Additional Insured and Contractual Liability Issues
Garage Service Risk Changes
Rating the CGL Policy
Rating Commercial Property
Alternate Personal Auto Class Plan
Using the Inland Marine Handbook
E-Commerce and CGL Damage to Data
ISO's New Internet Coverage
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