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P&C 101 Webinar Series: What You Need to Know

April 24, 2017

Claims

Have you ever picked up a property & casualty (P&C) policy and been at a loss as to determining whether an event would be covered?  Did you know that P&C is a term inclusive of many different insurance lines that collectively form a typical commercial insurance program? What are these components and why are they important in covering and mitigating your largest corporate risks?

To help build a foundational working knowledge of P&C, Woodruff Sawyer is excited to launch our P&C 101 educational series. This eight-part webinar series will address a new topic each week, beginning May 3rd. The schedule and registration information is below and can also be found on our newly launched P&C Notebook blog. See you online!

Insurance Policy Basics and P&C Overview (May 3)

General Liability & Auto (May 10)

Workers’ Compensation (May 17)

Captives and Risk Financing (May 24)

Cyber Liability (May 31)

International and P&C Market Update (June 7)

Environmental Liability (June 14)

Property, Cargo and Stock Throughput (June 21)

 

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Darren Cartwright

Senior Vice President, Claims Audit and Consulting Group

Editor, Claims

Darren leads our Claims Audit and Consulting Group, offering expertise in the areas of occupational and non-occupational disabilities, leaves of absence, and workers’ compensation. In addition to his work in saving clients time and money on complex litigated claims and by auditing claim programs, he helps clients implement Integrated Disability Management (IDM) programs and come to understand the true cost of absence.

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Darren Cartwright

Senior Vice President, Claims Audit and Consulting Group

Editor, Claims

Darren leads our Claims Audit and Consulting Group, offering expertise in the areas of occupational and non-occupational disabilities, leaves of absence, and workers’ compensation. In addition to his work in saving clients time and money on complex litigated claims and by auditing claim programs, he helps clients implement Integrated Disability Management (IDM) programs and come to understand the true cost of absence.

415.402.6542

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