5 Things Companies can do to Combat the Hardening Auto Liability Insurance Market

June 18, 2020

About this webinar

Over recent years many insurance carriers have paid more in auto liability claims than the premium they earned. With rising costs associated with vehicle repairs and medical care, carriers are becoming more selective about the risk they take on. To obtain the most competitive pricing from the best insurance carriers, companies need to ensure they are meeting, if not exceeding, risk management requirements. Participants will better understand what insurance underwriters are looking for and the steps they can take to reduce their auto liability risks. Presented by a subject matter expert from Travelers Insurance.

2020 webinar schedule details

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  • Webinars typically take place on the third Thursday of every month, at 2:00 pm ET
  • All sessions are approximately 60 minutes, including 10 minutes at the end for Q&A
  • Events are open to all clients and future clients
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For assistance, please email Lesonya Wilder at LWilder@McGriffInsurance.com.

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