Construction 401 - Project Insurance 101 Claims and more (MDT)
Date and Time: June 07, 2022 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
| BUILDING | TECHNICAL
builds on Construction 101, 201 and Construction 301 sessions and is geared
to brokers, underwriters and adjusters along with any other claims
professionals handling commercial lines insurance or aspiring to handle
In this session we
will discuss common project specific construction insurance policies including
Course of Construction (COC), also known as Builder's Risk and Construction
All Risk (CAR), Wrap Liability and other project specific insurance policies
including Professional Indemnity and Environmental coverages. We will review how
these policies interact with one another, and other non-project specific
Attendees will gain
a basic understanding of project insurance policies, and the foundations of a
sound claim investigation, through discussion of real-world policy and claim
Topics will be
discussed at the introductor to intermediate level; the session is not intended
to address advanced project policy features or claim investigations.
Attendees will gain
an understanding of:
First and Third-Party
Project Policies, including:
*Covered Parties, ie
who is an insured?
* Other Coverages
*Claim and Coverage Investigation
*Case Studies of COC, Wrap-up, Professional Indemnity
*Environmental Project Specific
Sean Forgie, SVP Specialsty Risk Division: Format:
Sean Forgie, Senior Vice-President SRD
provides senior leadership and direction for all operational aspects of the
Canadian SRD business units, including Complex Commercial Industrial (CCI),
Transportation Equipment Cargo (TEC) and BBCG Claim Services. Sean is an
Executive General Adjuster with more than 30 years’ industry experience.
Sean handles and supervises large loss
and technical casualty claims and oversees the handling of complex claims
conducted by the Executive General and Senior General Adjusters that make up the
SRD team in Canada.
Moorman, VP SRD Western Canada:
Lewis is an
Executive General Adjuster (EGA) based in Edmonton, Alberta. He began his career
in 2010 in Toronto, Ontario where he had strong mentorship under senior
adjusters, working on large and complex commercial claims. Lewis moved to
Western Canada in 2014 where he had further exposure to heavy industry and
career, Lewis has handled substantial and complex equipment breakdown,
construction, commercial property and environmental losses for manufacturers,
developers, sports complexes and resorts. Lewis also has cross-border and
class-action lawsuit experience.
Michael Buzzeo, VP SRD:
Michael is an Executive General
Adjuster (EGA) based out of the Calgary office with claims extending throughout
Canada. He is a graduate of the Grant MacEwan University Business Program (major
in Insurance and Risk Management) and has secured the FCIP and FRM Designations
securing the award "Top Fellow in Risk Management". He is a Fellow of the
International Federation of Adjusting Associations.
Prior to commencing his career with
ClaimsPro’s Specialty Risk Division (SRD), he gained five years’ experience with
a National Canadian Insurer and gained further corporate, commercial and
specialty claims experience for four years with an International Loss Adjusting
firm. Currently, Michael is handling a wide portfolio of commercial and
industrial claims which extend to the Energy (oil & gas) and Mining sectors
for various National and International clients.
Presentation: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Deadline: June 3, 2022
Fees: Insurance Institute membership
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61191, 1.5 CE Hours General & Adjuster. Please be aware that tardy
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