IIABA Virtual University's June Lightning Learning sessions focus on HO Trust endorsements and legal liability

By Jennifer Burnett posted Jun 05, 2018 09:01

Chris Boggs, Big "I" Virtual University Executive Director

June 2018
​All sessions begin at 11:30 a.m. Eastern Time
Registration: $9.99 (includes both sessions!)​

The Big "I" Virtual University's June Lightning Learning series features two 20-minute sessions dedicated to HO Trust endorsements and legal liability. Even if you can't participate in the live sessions, you will receive a link to the on-demand recordings and can listen to them at your leisure. Register once and attend both 20-minute sessions including:

June 5 – Understanding the HO's Three Trust Endorsements
  • One entity eligible for a HO policy is a Trust. However, ISO provides three trust endorsements – which one (or two) do you use? The answer depends on the situation.
  • In this session we discuss the available endorsements and detail when each is to be used.
June 21 – How Does a "Person" Become Legally Liable
  • Liability policies respond when an insured is legally required to pay for certain damages or injuries. Legal liability is liability imposed by the courts on the person or entity responsible for the injury or damage suffered by another party or individual. Such legal obligations (or liability) can arise from intentional acts, unintentional acts or contracts (express or implied) and generally deals with civil wrongs rather than criminal wrongs.
  • In this session we detail legal liability and what is required for a person to be found legally liable. (There is a LOT more to legal liability than negligence.)