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This program was recorded on May 19, 2020
Lawyers know from experience that insurance companies are the key to many client awards. Insurers pay some claims and then again, don't. It is during the times that insurance company's don't pay claims that legal engagement happens. But what lawyers often don't understand is the deep pocket behind the scene and the nature of how insurance companies operate, their statutory financial obligations, shareholder tensions, and oversight. This course covers the basics of insurance company operations, from how they are regulated, their corporate structures, to underwriting, claims, investments and relationships with their insurance agents and brokers and technology changes in marketing products and even bankruptcy. We will take a high level view from all lines of insurance, and general statutory responsibilities and leave you better informed with the insurance sector.