Wine & Cheese & Learn: Professional Liability: Six Basic Principles Discussed in Three Recent Cases
Ottawa Chapter Office
1419 Carling Ave, Suite 201, Ottawa, ON
Date and Time: October 17, 2019 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Anne Herriotts, BA, LLB, CRM, FCIP
Senior Loss Adjuster, Charles Taylor Adjusting
Join us to discuss Professional Liability: Six Basic Principles Discussed in Three Recent
Professional Liability is different from General Liability. Whether you’re
placing a risk or handling a claim, here are six basic principles that you need
to know about Professional Liability.
1. Understand the difference between CGL and Professional
2. Understand the different terminology used to describe
Professional Liability policies.
3. Gain new knowledge on 2019 case law and how the Ontario
and Supreme Court of Canada have been treating Professional Liability
4. Take away a preliminary claim check list for handling Professional
It can be a hard sell to include an E&O policy on top
of a CGL policy. This seminar will give you some basic principles of
Professional Liability to help you and your clients understand when and why this
coverage is needed.
The exposures related to Professional Liability are
different from a General Liability risk assessment. Gain some insight into what
happens on the claims side of a Professional Liability policy to help in your
future risk assessments.
New and experienced claims adjusters will be interested in
the basic principles of Professional Liability claims adjusting, how the courts
have been treating the risk in 2019, and how a Professional Liability claim
differs from a General Liability claim.
Anne Herriotts, BA, LLB, CRM, FCIP has handled all lines
of insurance claims in her 18 years as a claims adjuster. Her focus in the last
9 years has been working with unique commercial liability risks. Anne is a
member of the Professional Lines Practice Group at Charles Taylor Adjusting and
is working on her RPLU (Registered Professional Lines Underwriter) designation.
RIBO Accrediation: 1 Techincal Hour (Pending)
Thursday, October 17th, 2019
Need Assistance? Contact the Ottawa Chapter at 613-722-7870 or email@example.com.
No Refunds. Credit notes issues with 48 hours