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(TX# 86770) Causation Concepts- TX #86770(TX# 86770) Causation Concepts- TX #86770

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Cost: $12.50 (USD)
Credits: 2
Estimated Length: 2 hour(s)
Enrollment Valid For: 3 months


Theories of causation have played a key role in the construction of first-party insurance contracts for nearly a century. Quite often, one event can lead to another event, and in some cases, both events are meant to be covered, while in other cases, one event is intended to be covered while the other is not. Today, the inability of policy drafters to create language that is both clear (for policyholders) and unambiguous (for the courts) relative to what is covered and what is not continues that controversy and, unfortunately, the industry’s inability to satisfy its primary customers (consumer and shareholder) has led to the formation of policy language that, on its face, can be taken as completely one-sided in favor of the insurer, thus leaving the policyholder out in the cold.

Using references to the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906, Hurricane Katrina (2005), and other examples, this course provides Adjusters and other claims professionals with an analysis of causation and how it affects coverage under traditional 1st party homeowner’s and commercial insurance policies, including the three (3) doctrines that play a role in loss determination: Proximate Cause, Concurrent Causation, Efficient Proximate Cause, and the most recent harbinger of change in the treatment of causation...The Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause

Certified as Online Self Study by TX DOI for 2 Texas General CE under Course ID #86770.





  1. Lessons 1-3 (Online Lesson)
  2. Lessons 4-6 (Online Lesson)
  3. Lessons 7-9 (Online Lesson)
  4. Final Exam (Online Lesson)


  1. Causation Concepts- TX
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