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All Courses have been approved by the Texas Department of Insurance for "General" CE credit hours.

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The Origin and Evolution of Workers' Compensation- TX #83840

An introduction to Workers' Compensation as an occupational benefit delivery system. Explore issues and concepts that drove its development into what it is today. (1 Hour Self Study General CE)
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Insurance Issues in Arson Investigations- TX #83846

The course outlines the sensitive, and often prejudicial, issues surrounding the investigation of suspected arson. (1 Hour Self Study General CE)
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Coordinating Civil and Criminal Arson Investigations- TX #83888

Arson is an absolute defense to an insurance claim. This course shows how civil and criminal investigation efforts can be best coordinated to achieve the best possible outcome. (1 Hour Self Study General CE)
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Automobile & Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Adjusting- TX #83946

Learn to handle 1st party Auto PD claims under Personal, Business, and Garage coverages. (2 Hrs of "General" Self Study CE)
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The Doctrines and Benefits of Workers' Compensation- TX #83991

This course examines most common legal doctrines that arise in the investigation and analysis of compensability and the payment of workers' compensation benefits. (2 Hours Self Study General CE)
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The Economics of Workers' Compensation- TX#84153

This course provides a deeper understanding of the underwriting process and the impact that claims handling, particularly in the areas of evaluation and reserving, has on workers’ compensation insurer and employer premiums, profitability, and loss. (2 Hours Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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The Intoxication Defense- TX #85695

While the increasing prevalence of alcohol and drug use in our society has also increased the attention to the issue of alcohol and/or drug involvement in the workplace, all too often the defense is misused and benefits are either wrongly denied, or valid defenses compromised. This course examines Intoxication Defense across four states, California, Florida, North Carolina and Texas. (1 Hour Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Residential Property Claims Adjusting- TX #85737

This course will take students through a detailed examination of the most commonly encountered residential dwelling and homeowners coverages, introduce them to traditional property adjustment doctrines, and present them with most of the typical claim scenarios encountered by property adjusters. (3 Hours Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Strategic Claims Negotiations- TX #85911

In the claims business, there is little effort given to training adjusters how to negotiate. This course covers the art of claims negotiation, with particular focus on the challenges faced by insurance adjusters and tips that will help them achieve their objectives. (2 Hours Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Introduction to Insurance Claims Adjusting- TX #85936

Welcome to the world of the insurance adjuster and the traditional functions and activities of the job. (1 Hour Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Medicare Setasides and Claims Management- TX#86114

This course provides critical information and an update on handling workers’ compensation AND liability claims when hindered by Medicare Setasides. Learn how to achieve resolution and settlement of claims under the Medicare Secondary Payers Act. (3 Hours Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Handling Inland and Ocean Marine Claims- TX #86316

In this course you'll be introduced to the practical elements of both inland and marine insurance, the types of claims and how to handle them. (1 Hour Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Introduction to Commercial Property Adjusting-TX#86317

This course introduces the property adjuster to the most common commercial coverages and adjusting concepts. (2 Hours Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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General Insurance and Liability Laws- TX #86715

Maximizing one’s effectiveness as a claims professional requires a solid understanding of the insurance industry, it’s policies, theories of civil liability, and the American Tort System. This introductory course explores underlying concepts of insurance, insurance policies, and theories of legal liability. (3 Hours Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Causation Concepts- TX #86770

An analysis of the doctrines of causation and the role they play in loss determination for 1st party homeowner and commercial property claims. (2 Hours Self Study General CE)
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Adjusting Garagekeepers Liability Claims- TX# 87488

Garagekeepers provides protection for damage to a customers’ auto left in the insured's care. This course teaches adjusters how to handle these claims, with insight on issues they will encounter. (1 Hour Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Business Auto Coverage and Claim Handling- TX #87489

This course introduces new auto adjusters to the Business Auto Policy and provides insight into the coverages provided and focuses on issues that auto adjusters encounter on a day-to-day basis. (1 Hour Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Garage Coverage & Claim Handling- TX #87490

This course provides adjusters with a basic understanding of the coverages provided under Garage and valuable insight to assist in claim handling. Troublesome coverage/claim handling concepts are addressed. (2 Hours Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Claims as a Profession- TX #90334

The course introduces the claims adjusting profession and the role an adjuster plays on behalf of the insurance industry and American society. (1 Hour Classroom Equivalent General CE)
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Introduction to Longshore and Harborworkers Claims Handling- TX #90356

Despite their widespread existence, state workers' compensation laws do not apply to everyone. People who work on or around navigable waterways, in maritime commerce, or in the repair and maintenance of ships, wharves, piers and docks are usually covered by various federal laws. This course provides an introduction to one of our nation's most significant employment exposures: The Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act. (2 Hours Self Study General CE)
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Understanding Punitive Damages - TX #90372

Few things strike as much fear into the hearts of insurance carriers as the threat of punitive damages. This course provides a detailed overview of punitive damages, including maximum verdicts allowed by law and their insurability. (3 Hours Self Study General CE)
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Adjuster Flood Training Basics- TX# 93832

The industry's premier training program for adjusting flood claims for the NFIP and WYO Carriers. (3 Self Study "General" CE)
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