Claims Workshop

Topics and Speakers

• Employment Claims and Case Law

Presented by Joel GearyShareholder, Vincent, Serafino, Geary, Waddell, Jenevin, P.C.

Discussion on what you need to know about employment claims. The dos and don’ts, including relevant case law updates.

 

• Use and Misuse of Social Media in the Employment and Claims Process

Presented by Joel Geary, Shareholder, Vincent, Serafino, Geary, Waddell, Jenevin, P.C.

Wondering how social media can work for (or against) you when it comes to your employees? This is for you.

 

• How to Respond to EEOC Complaints

Presented by Pam Beach, Attorney at Law.

EEOC claims are an unfortunate reality every employer has to deal with. Learn what to do when you receive one and the basics on how to respond.

 

• What is a Reservation of Rights Letter and What Does it Mean?

Presented by Gordon McHaney, Chamberlin McHaney.

Overview on why a reservation of rights letter is sent and what it means for your coverage and/or a claim.

 

• Get Them Back to Work – The Role of Return to Work Programs

Presented by Regan J. Rychetsky, Loss Control Manager, Texas Council Risk Management Fund and Texas Water Conservation Association Risk Management Fund.

Learn about understanding and managing a return to work program in order to reduce your claims costs.

 

• How to Reduce Motor Vehicle Accident Claims

Presented by Michael LeVasseur, Loss Control Specialist and Regan J. Rychetsky, Loss Control Manager Texas Council Risk Management Fund and Texas Water Conservation Association Risk Management Fund.

Get some tips on safe driving and reducing distracted driving so you can protect your greatest asset, your people.

 

• What You Need to Know – the Basics of Property Claims

Presented by Tyler Wolkenhauer, Director of Complex Casualty Claims, Texas Council Risk Management Fund and Texas Water Conservation Association Risk Management Fund and Jacob Moreno, Director of Pool Administration, Texas Water Conservation Association Risk Management Fund.

This topic will cover what to do after you suffer a loss to your property. Presenters will discuss the claim process including what to do immediately after, how to document the loss, and the repair process.

 

• Why is it Important to Report All Incidents?

Presented by Jacob Moreno, Director of Pool Administration, Texas Water Conservation Association Risk Management Fund.

A minor incident can lead to a big claim.  This session will discuss why it is important to report all incidents to enable the Fund administrator to help you manage your risk.

 

• Property Schedules – What’s Covered?  What’s Not?

Presented by Parker Chambers, Vice-President Underwriting and Reinsurance, and Gene McConnell, Senior Underwriter, Texas Council Risk Management Fund and Texas Water Conservation Association Risk Management Fund.

Overview on what property should be scheduled, how to add items, and what sub-limits may apply.

Registration

 


2019-09-20-Claims Workshop

Biennial workshop held with the Texas Council Risk Management Fund.

 

 

Location

Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, 701 East 11th Street, Austin, TX 78701

 

Register Online at: https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/TWCClaimsWorkshop
or by phone: 1-888-627-8349 Ask for the TWC Claims Workshop conference room block.

The Deadline for reservations at the discounted rate ($141 single/$141 double) has been extended to Friday, September 8, 2017.

The registration fee is:

  • No cost for each representative of Fund members
  • Available only to Fund member representatives

Schedule

The workshop will begin at 8:00 a.m. and conclude by 3:30 p.m. Full breakfast and lunch are included.

Questions

Contact Kathy Hulse at the Fund, 800-580-8922 (ext. 12420) or email Kathy.Hulse@YorkRSG.com

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