Waivers of Subrogation
Waivers of Subrogation don't come up that frequently on an audit, so if you haven't encountered it before, or it’s been awhile since you've done one, here's a reminder of what it is, and what you do with it..... A waiver of subrogation is a type of endorsement that will name an entity (job) in which the insured’s employees may have exposure and it exempts that entity from having to take responsibility for any injury’s or deemed liability of an injury
What is your educational background?
I have a bachelor of science in political science. How long have you been involved in insurance premium auditing?
More than forty years. How did you get involved with the insurance premium auditing profession, particularly with your current employer?
My insurance career started with the Hartford Insurance Group as a field auditor. After two years I was promoted to audit manager of the Los Angeles Regional Office. After eight years I too
This article reprinted with permission from Catalyst by the National Council for Continuing Education and its author. Most professionals in business are regularly called upon to give presentations. PowerPoint has become the software used by most to accompany their talk or report. Whether we realize it or not, others routinely judge our ideas, programs, and professionalism based at least partly on what they see on the screen. The problem with PowerPoint is that there are plent
I recently reviewed several appeals board cases, had several discussions with consultants and audit professionals, and it became clear that the Scopes Manual was a big mystery to some users. More than 90 percent of the users of Scopes in NCCI states will start and stop their look for the appropriate class code with this manual. Like other parts of worker’s compensation, with regards to the class codes and the rules that govern them, there is a hierarchy of how things work. Th