How to Avoid Consumer Complaints from Insureds, the Do’s and Don’ts. – Lunch & Learn
Date and Time: août 24, 2021 12-1:30 pm Atlanti
How to Avoid Consumer Complaints from Insureds, The Do’s
and Don’t’s. –
Lunch & Learn
Did you know the Consumer Advocate of Insurance
Office answers about 1200 questions, complaints, or problems
yearly? Would you like to learn more on how to prevent complaints
from consumers? Join us on August 24th and get constructive information from our
Consumer Advocate of Insurance Michèle Pelletier!
In this webinar you will learn:
- The role of a Consumer Advocate of Insurance
- The most recent trend and common complaints received.
- Important and helpful details related to issues in the
- Practical practices you can use to avoid complaints.
- At last, you will be able to submit your questions
during the Q & A period.
Michèle Pelletier was nominated in December 2016 to be the
consumer advocate for insurance of NB. She received two bachelor’s degree from
the Université de Moncton. One in nursing in 1989 and the other one in law in
1992. She is a barrister-solicitor and has been a member of the Law Society of
New Brunswick since June 1994. She practiced law in both official languages and
successfully argued many cases involving insurance, family, and contract law.
She also sat on Service New Brunswick’s board of directors, where she became
familiar with the operations of provincial agencies and commissions. Pelletier
has been a member of the Association des juristes d’expression française du
Nouveau-Brunswick since 1994, of the Compensation Fund Committee since 2010 and
of the Real Property Review Committee of the Law Society of New Brunswick since
The secret of getting ahead is getting started! Sign up
today!If you need assistance to register
please contact Monique at firstname.lastname@example.org by phone 506-386-5896 or Christine at email@example.com
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