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(FLPA #73841) Insurance Issues Impacting Arson Investigations for Public Adjusters- FLPA #73841(FLPA #73841) Insurance Issues Impacting Arson Investigations for Public Adjusters- FLPA #73841

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Cost: $11.00 (USD)
Credits: 2
Estimated Length: 2 hour(s)
Enrollment Valid For: 3 months


First party property insurance is the exclusive domain of the Public Adjuster, and “fire” is one of the most frequent and devastating causes of property loss in that domain. Yet whenever there is a fire, there are specific insurance issues and policy requirements that impact the investigation of fire losses for possible arson. This course explores the responsibilities and issues presented in arson investigations, specifically those that affect the policyholder’s right of recovery under the policy and the ability of a Public Adjuster to successfully navigate such investigation and achieve full recovery.

In addition to the obvious areas of investigation in an arson case, the Public Adjuster must consider a number of related issues unique to both the insurance and policyholder side of the case. The Public Adjuster should consider and be prepared to respond to these issues at all times.

This course has been certified by the Florida Department of Financial Services for 2 Hrs Public Adjuster Optional CE under Course #73841.

*Important!DON'T DUPLICATE YOUR EFFORTS by repeating a course you've already taken! Florida DFS only allows a course to be taken once in a three year period. If you think you may have taken the course before, just review your CE transcript by visiting My Profile on the Florida DFS website. Compare the course number to make sure that you haven't previously taken the course in the past 3 years. And don't focus on the course title! It's the course number that counts. If you're still not sure, call us first at (800) 820-4550. Your time is valuable. Don't waste it taking a course that will not count towards your current CE compliance period!


  1. Insurance Issues Impacting Arson Investigations for Public Adjusters (Online Lesson)


  1. Insurance Issues Impacting Arson Investigations for Public Adjusters
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