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From nearly a century in the insurance industry, our interactive courses offer real life examples from years of handling property insurance claims. Our continued education courses (1 credit and 2 credit courses available) are open to any employee, principal and/or owner of a property insurance agency.

We currently offer several continuing education courses that leverage our unique pre- and post-claim perspectives, helping stakeholders from all industries better protect themselves when their clients submit a property claim.

Continuing Education for Insurance Professionals

Avoiding Errors & Omissions Claims for Property Insurance Agents

Length: 1 hour | CE Credit: 1

Join Globe Midwest Adjusters International Principal Ethan Gross, JD, and Senior Vice President of Business Development Stuart Dorf, JD, for this course designed for property insurance agents. The one-hour continuing education program explores the most common errors & omission claims and how to avoid them. Based on real-life examples gleaned from years of handling property insurance claims, the course also touches on the legal liability of agents for failure to place insurance or provide adequate insurance, based on current case law.

Tips on How to Avoid Errors & Omissions Claims

Length: 2 Hours | CE Credits: 2

Presented by Globe Midwest Ethan Gross, JD, and Senior Vice President of Business Development Stuart Dorf, JD, this two-hour continuing education program is designed for property insurance agents and brokers. Divided into two sessions, the first session focuses on the legal liability agents and brokers can protect themselves with when underwriting insurance, illustrated by real-life scenarios. Session two describes how agents and brokers protect themselves against errors & omissions claims and features a “living checklist” that attendees can incorporate into the risk management practices of their agencies.

Seminars for Professional Services

Cannabis Seminar

Length: 50 mins

The rapid evolution of the cannabis industry continues to expand as more states enact legislation to allow recreational and medicinal marijuana production and sales. The increase in the size and scope of production has spawned a real estate boom in many states where either new, state-of-the-art production facilities are being built, or older properties are being rehabbed for this use. As with most commercial properties, it is important for owners, operators and investors alike to protect their property and businesses against physical and economic loss through proper insurance coverages.

Moreover, when it is time to make a claim, most policyholders soon realize their insurance agents are not involved in the claim process, the claims process is not straightforward and the burden of proof is on the policyholder to “substantiate” their loss! It seems like a recipe for disaster.

Learn about best practices on a “pre-loss” and “post-loss” basis, such as:

  • Understanding what questions to ask when searching for property insurance and how to educate yourself on selecting the right insurance agent
  • Requirements that most insurance policies place on the policyholder
  • Understanding and how to navigate the insurance claims process in the event your property or business suffers a flood, fire or other insurable event.

“Claims Happen” — A Seminar for Property Management Professionals and Attorneys

Length: 50 mins

There are certain things a property management company can do both before and after a loss to ensure it’s protected and/or compensated in the most efficient way possible. It is important for property managers to have access to trusted professional experts who can help guide them through the complicated insurance process. For nearly a century, property management companies have consulted Globe Midwest to effectively represent their clients and ensure they get back to business as quickly as possible and receive everything they are entitled to under their insurance policy.

In our 45-minute “Claims Happen” seminar, Globe’s public adjustment professionals offer insights and suggestions on a pre- and post-loss, including:

  • Understanding costs and other factors when selecting an insurance broker and an insurance policy
  • Insurance claim process overview: It is the insured’s responsibility to capture all costs and coverages
  • Occupied property issues
  • Leasing issues (owner versus tenant): Who owns the damaged property? Who is responsible for repairs?
  • Understanding the language in your lease: Specific wording that should be included in every lease
  • Vacant building issues
  • Managing and maximizing insurance claims

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Trusted Advisor Connect™

As trusted advisors with a track record of success, our Trusted Advisor Connect™ program adds value to your clients for your firm.

As firms nationally strive to identify new ways to enhance revenue and grow their business our Trusted Advisor Connect™ program provides Business Developers opportunities for your firm within the insurance casualty claims settlement process. We work with your firm to bring Public Adjuster services to your existing clientele in pre & post loss.

How do you launch to your clients?

We suggest the following process

Firm Letter/Email: Send to existing clientele.

Firm Newsletter: Globe has a significant library of professional materials that can be shaped to support your marketing initiatives, branded or co-branded, to reflect your communications message.

Events: Real Estate/Crisis Management seminars presented to existing clients. We can help organize a panel discussion showcasing your firm professionals alongside Globe Midwest insurance experts.

How does it help your firm?

Globe Midwest identifies opportunities for your firm – we bring you into insurance claims that fit your target client profile.

Claims issues sometimes turn into litigative events, providing Globe with an opportunity to refer you business.

When your clients have an insurance claim, they turn to you and you can turn to us. We have the industry knowledge to do the heavy lifting.

We work with firms as a partner. You retain your clients and all efforts whether directly through your firm or coordinated via your firm. All fees associated with our services are billed through the firm.

This implementable business development program is designed specifically to work within a law & CPA firm structure, provides your clients with access to the specialized knowledge of insurance experts, and expands your firm’s capabilities with existing clientele by augmenting current expertise.

We look forward to collaborating with you to better serve your clients and benefit your firm.

Interested in Trusted Advisor Connect™?

What Our Clients Have to Say

“I would like to thank you and Globe for the work you did on our behalf, following the terrible fire that destroyed our restaurant. I had no idea how much research, documentation and negotiation would be involved in seeking and reaching a just settlement from the insurers—but I have one now. Just thinking of how I might have attempted this effort on my own gives me real pause, because I really don’t think I could have done it. Without doubt, I would not have achieved the numbers that you were able to deliver. I simply wouldn’t have known how.”

Daniel Padnos
Vice President at Costa Azul Bar

“I was very pleased with the work that Globe Midwest Adjusters International has done for the District. They were very thorough in their research of the loss to present to the insurance company to counter the insurance company’s offer. The District has gotten an agreement with the insurance company for the loss on the building which ended up $1,300,000 larger than what the insurance company originally offered to the District.”

Kevin Januszewski
Executive Director of Business Services

“Your knowledge and attention to detail have been a huge benefit in settling our claims due to fires, hurricanes, and wind storm damage to several of our multi-family apartments throughout the country. Your professionalism and negotiation skills are second to none and are to be commended. Your knowledge of the insurance companies practices of minimizing claims and dragging out settlements, have afforded us expedient and higher settlements than we could attain on our own”

Stephen Braun
Senior Vice President