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Hail Damage to Building Components, Cladding & HVAC


Curriculum: Adjusting Property

Tuesday 1:30 - 3:00
Wednesday 3:30 - 5:00

Robert A. Danielson, PE, Senior Engineer, Haag Engineering Co.
Jay Dykstra, Technical Education Manager, HVAC Investigators LLC

  • Describe various hail impact patterns (large to small hail) and the effects on building exterior components including windows, roof and wall claddings, and HVAC equipment
  • Differentiate between hail-related impacts and non-hail-related impacts to exterior building components, claddings, and HVAC equipment
  • Review the various ways hail damage can impact the reparability of common HVAC systems and equipment
  • High Exposure Commercial Liability Claims


    Curriculum: Casualty Campus

    Monday 1:30 - 3:00
    Wednesday 10:30 - 12:00

    Richard Harer, CFE, CPE, VP-Investigations, Specialized Investigations
    Peter Schifrin, RPA, President, SGD, Inc.

  • Review challenging current adjustment issues in high exposure commercial liability claims handling
  • List steps needed to address these challenging issues
  • Mitigate claims with significant indemnity exposures
  • Homeowners Conundrums: Potpourri of Issues


    Curriculum: Property Coverage

    Tuesday 10:30 - 12:00
    Wednesday 10:30 - 12:00

    Paul Kilmer, CPCU, AIC, Claims Manager, EMC Insurance Companies
    John McLaughlin, AIC, AVP-Claims, Narragansett Bay Insurance
    Michael T. Ryan, JD, Partner, Merry, Farnen & Ryan, P.C.

  • Define what constitutes a theft
  • Identify who can bring a claim under the death provision
  • Compare when appraisal is or is not appropriate
  • Determine when something meets the definition of an "other structure" under coverage B
  • How Do We Digest Our Data?


    Curriculum: Leadership

    Tuesday 8:00 - 9:30
    Wednesday 10:30 - 12:00

    Anna Midgley, Manager-Property Claims, Western National Insurance
    Tina Schott, CPCU, AIS, AIC, Director-Casualty Claims, Western National Insurance
    Karen Thelen, Director of Operations, Michigan Millers Mutual Ins.

  • Identify meaningful data points to monitor and improve claim operations
  • Determine sources of data both internal and external
  • Create a dashboard to track and organize data, and link corporate objective
  • Analyze data for application to claims operations
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    Outstanding Claims Professionals, 2020: Call for Nominations


    Please join us at the Property & Liability Resource Bureau 2020 Claims Conference!

    Expand Your Horizons & Challenge your Thinking at the PLRB Claims Conference

    Join us in Washington, DC, for our claims talent revolution where you'll:

    • Expand your horizons with 100 educational course selections within 14 education tracks taught by industry leaders, preparing you for your future
    • Challenge your thinking, redefine what it means to be a claims professional today
    • Expand your network by connecting with a diverse range of claims professionals from hundreds of companies across the nation
    • Build connections at the Insurance Services Expo by interacting with a diverse, innovative group of the industry's leading service providers

    About 100 educational sessions will be offered during the 3-day conference from a wide variety of curricula including:

    Adjusting Property
    Alternate Dispute Resolution
    Casualty Campus
    Catastrophe
    Commercial Time Element Losses
    General Interest
    Large Property Loss

    Leadership & Management
    PLRB
    Property Coverage
    Special Investigation/Fraud
    Subrogation
    Technology
    Underwriting & Claims

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    Met people who I've wanted to identify and meet for many years.

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    Great job as always. Kudos to PLRB!

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    Great job of keeping up with the times with education and speakers. Look forward to next year.

    I was able to make some new contacts and revisit with some old.

    Overall a great experience and opportunity to gain knowledge



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