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The Florida Insurance Fraud Education Committee is committed to providing you with opportunities to attend timely and relevant educational classes online offered by the providers listed below.

We invite you to click the registration links or to email the specified contacts to register for these classes. The provider will be responsible for reporting attendance to the Florida Bureau of Licensing so that Florida Adjuster Continuing Education Credits may be awarded for the attending the course.

We are certain that you will enjoy these presentations and we gratefully acknowledge the dedicated educators who are providing us with the gifts of their time and knowledge.

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July 15, 2020 from 10 AM - 11:30 AM est

Class Title

Damage Analysis for Consistency and Detecting Fraud

Presenter(s)
Tracie C. Jones, ACTAR - Senior Consultant, Rimkus; Adam R. Storm, P.E. - Consultant, Rimkus

Class Description

Damage Analysis for Consistency and Detection of Fraud is a one-hour course designed to assist participants with the determination of consistency between claimed damage and accident scenarios. This course covers phantom vehicle claims, comparison between wall impact damage and vehicle impact damage, the process of determining if damage between two vehicles is consistent, and identification of pole or tree impacts versus vehicle impacts. This course also provides information on the evaluation of engine damage and multi-vehicle in-line collisions. 1 hour class with 30 minutes afterwards for additional questions.

FL Course ID
110843

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FL Adjuster CE

1 credit

FL CLE

No

July 15, 2020 from 1 PM - 2 PM est

Class Title

Navigating Through Water Mitigation Claims

Presenter(s)
Kristen L. White, Esq. - Attorney, Roig Lawyers

Class Description

The objective of this course is to enlighten the audience as to the basics of a water mitigation claim including IICRC guidelines, relevant case law regarding scope of assignments, fraud trends observed, and deposition areas of inquiry for the mitigation corporate representative. This course will also discuss different policy provisions and recent changes to case law regarding the ability to assign rights, the scope of the assignment, and any limitations on said assignments. It will cover different fraud tactics and patterns that are trending, to include multiple emergency calls, referrals, and police and fire scanner usage. 

FL Course ID
104559

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FL Adjuster CE

1 credit

FL CLE

No

July 16, 2020 from 12 PM to 1 PM est

Class Title

Vehicle Theft Evaluation & Transponder Systems Webinar

Presenter(s)
Jeffrey P. Stark, PE., CFL - Mechanical Engineer, U.S. Forensic, Inc.

Class Description

The webinar provides an overview of post vehicle theft evaluations for today’s vehicles and transponder systems. The presentation will address the post theft vehicle evaluation beginning with the method used to gain entry into a vehicle, the bypass of the steering, transmission gear shift, ignition lock mechanisms, examination of the key and lock wafers, and finally the transponder system.  

FL Course ID
113070

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FL Adjuster CE

1 credit

FL CLE

No

July 21, 2020 from 10 AM to 11 AM est

Class Title

Defending Inflated Estimates for First Party Homeowner Claims

Presenter(s)
Charles Watkins - Equity Partner, Chief Diversity Officer, Kubicki Draper; Stephanie Capps - Shareholder, Kubicki Draper

Class Description

This course will review how to identify strategies for evaluating and defending inflated estimates, identifying strategies for investigating fraudulent conduct surrounding inflated estimates and identifying coverage defenses when suspected inflated estimates are potential red flags. 

FL Course ID
113167/2003644N

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FL Adjuster CE

1 credit

FL CLE

1

July 30, 2020 from 12 PM to 1 PM est

Class Title

Neck, Back, Shoulders and Knees: Are These True Injuries?

Presenter(s)
Ricardo Luces, Esq. - Partner, Roig Lawyers

Class Description

Attendees will learn the complexities of identifying true injuries from chronic or degenerative conditions and learn to apply the appropriate mechanisms of injury in evaluating whether the accident was the true cause of the injured person(s) complaints. We will review the most prevalent injuries alleged in a personal injury case and how to determine if the accident was in fact the proximate cause of the alleged injury. 

FL Course ID
113193

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FL Adjuster CE

1 credit

FL CLE

No

July 31, 2020 from 10 AM - 11 AM est

Class Title

Tips and Tactics for Company Adjusters in handling Homeowner’s Claims involving Public Adjusters and Contractors

Presenter(s)
Anthony Atala-Shareholder, Kubicki Draper & Jonathan Aihie, Associate, Kubicki Draper

Class Description

This course will educate All Lines Adjusters/Company Adjusters about things to look for when handling claims wherein a Public Adjuster is involved. We will review the statutes and administrative codes, identify and discuss licensing requirements and specifically distinguish things that are permissible and non-permissible conduct. We will also discuss potential penalties for violations. We will discuss “loss consultants” and show All Lines Adjusters how to utilize available databases to verify compliance. We will also provide ways to determine when to elevate concerns.  

FL Course ID
113161/2003642N

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FL Adjuster CE

1 credit

FL CLE

1

August 12, 2020 from 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM est

Class Title

Examinations Under Oath: A Vital Weapon

Presenter(s)
Adam Brand, Attorney, Brand & Tapply, LLC

Class Description

This presentation will explore the reason and need behind examinations under oath during the claims process. The reasoning behind conducting a examinations will be explored as we as noticing examinations and following proper procedure. We will focus on effective and efficient strategies to gather as much information as possible and will discuss claimant noncooperation and how to avoid bad faith claims. Realstic examples will be discussed in order to illuminate the crucial tool that examinations under oath represent to a claims handler.

FL Course ID
1127311

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FL Adjuster CE

1 credit

FL CLE

No

August 18, 2020 from 10 AM - 3 PM est

Class Title

Florida 5-Hour Law and Ethics Update

Presenter(s)
Michael Carney, Anthony Atala-Shareholder, Kubicki Draper; Barbara Fox, Shareholder, Kubicki Draper; Michael Balducci, Shareholder, Kubicki Draper and Stephen Cozart, Shareholder, Kubicki Draper

Class Description

This course will discuss and update Florida adjusters on regulatory matters, Florida case law updates and Ethics. 

FL Course ID
111655/2003154N

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FL Adjuster CE

5 credits

FL CLE

1


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