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  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>
  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
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  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

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  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

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  • Webinar Wednesday: Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent Co-Insured Be Paid?


    THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:

    CLM 2014 Webinars
    No cost to attend
    Don’t Worry, Dear, They Have To Pay You Even
    Though I Caused The Loss: When Must An Innocent
    Co-Insured Be Paid?
    Insurance fraud investigation focuses on establishing whether an insured is responsible for the claimed loss, or otherwise misrepresented or concealed material facts. But if it is established that fraud was committed, that is not the end of the inquiry. Depending on the policy language and the law in the jurisdiction, other insureds still may be entitled to payment. This webinar will discuss the law in various states as to when innocent co-insureds are entitled to payment, policy language that may impact that determination and related issues.
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time:12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT

    *Please note: This posting is for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to our reading audience. Provencher & Company has in no way been compensated for the sharing of this information. The use of or enrollment in any classes, seminars, training, etc. in no way constitutes or implies any endorsement of the provider of said programs. Provencher & Company shares no financial obligation to attendee or organizer.
    READ MORE >>
  • Jim Abbott Joins Provencher & Company as Vice President, Business Development and Client Relations

    Provencher & Company, LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Abbott of St. Louis, MO has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development and Client Relations.

    READ MORE >>
  • Provencher & Company Acquires H.G. Busby & Associates, LLC

    Provencher & Company, LLC announced today the acquisition of H.G. Busby Associates, LLC, a Georgia based accounting firm, specializing in forensic accounting and litigation support services.

    READ MORE >>

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