The new AEI designees and Silver and Gold Award recipients are invited to attend the AEI Designation Conferment along with their registered guest. AEI designees and award recipients to be recognized include those registrants who earned a designation between January 1, 2022 and April 10, 2023 and who register to attend the conference on or before April 10, 2023. If you have any question whether you are a recipient, please contact an AEI Representative at email@example.com before noon on May 3rd 2023.
Although not guaranteed, we are applying for continuing education in Louisiana, Texas and Florida for select technical sessions. Please indicate on the registration form if you are interested in continuing education credits (adjusters credits only) in Louisiana, Texas, Florida or all three.
Additional Information regarding CE credits:
State departments of insurance regulate the CEU program for the insurance industry and require adherence to certain rules as a prerequisite to the receipt of CEU credit for adjusters. Florida, Louisiana and Texas CEU credit will be available for select sessions. To obtain credit, attendees must register at the Registration Desk and obtain a packet containing all of the rules, list of all courses approved for CEU credit, and required forms. It is imperative each attendee sign their name on the class roster and must be validated by the classroom volunteer at each class attended upon entry and exit of each class. Each attendee is responsible for providing the necessary documentation to the SCLA by the required date provided in the CEU packet or credit may be forfeited.
Questions regarding CEU credit while at the Conference should be directed to a member of the Conference Staff who will be available at the Registration Desk. Questions regarding continuing education credit after the Conference should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AdjusterPro® is the nation's leading online training and licensing provider for prospective and current independent claims adjusters. AdjusterPro offers Pre-licensing, Exam Prep, Continuing Education (CE), and Xactimate courses, all delivered virtually through its online classroom.
Through its corporate platform, carriers and IA Firms can also take advantage of AdjusterPro’s course offerings. AdjusterPro offers centralized licensing and administration for large organizations seeking to manage their adjuster licensing needs in one portal, tailored uniquely for their teams.
All-Lines Training by AdjusterPro is our line of courses dedicated to producer/agent training. All-Lines Training fills the need for efficient and effective online producer licensing and CE from our same trusted enterprise-level platform. Learn more about our resources for your team at adjusterpro.com and alllinestraining.com
Announcing an evolutionary appraisal service in partnership with Latitude Subrogation Services! Inspection Connection can service claims in hours vs. days or weeks. Estimates can be completed via SMS text tool with your clients!
With either the Physical Inspection or Desk Review, Inspection Connection offers full service Specialty claims handling. Estimate creation, review and consultation, salvage disposition and evaluations are all available from Inspection Connection on motorcycles, RV’s, heavy trucks and equipment.
Whatever physical damage vehicle claim you have, Inspection Connection has a subrogation solution. Property damage estimate review, quality assurance review and ensuring accuracy for indemnity exposure. Negotiation with adverse carriers is an option for some clients. Subrogation is available for all vehicle types, personal lines or commercial.
Our system generates automated service level notifications to appraisers, managers and directors throughout the claim process to assure service level agreements are met. Our management and staff share the responsibility for product quality. Our Quality Control System is designed to ensure that all processes and procedures meet or exceed established industry and our client’s guidelines. All processes and procedures are documented to assure quality and consistency by our team. This allows us to assure compliance with both our client’s expectations as well as complex regulatory requirements.
International Insurance Institute, Inc. provides a variety of superior services dedicated to the enhancement of the insurance industry. Our goal is to assist the claims environment in its many highly technical and ever changing methods of operation via our analysis recommendation and educational processes.
Kubicki Draper was founded in 1963 and emerged as a defense litigation boutique, comprised of a select team of trial lawyers known for their high professional legal standards and ethics. In response to the growing needs of its clientele, the firm began expanding in the early 1980's and, today, is a diverse, full-service law firm providing trial, appellate, coverage, commercial and real estate transaction services. With twelve offices, and over 200 attorneys, Kubicki Draper is well-positioned to effectively represent its clients throughout the State of Florida, in the southern parts of Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi. The firm prides itself on being client-focused and using resources effectively and efficiently to provide value. It also prides itself on being committed to fostering an environment of equal opportunity and is proud to be RING Certified – the new gold standard in identifying, promoting and celebrating organizations that support diversity, equity and inclusion. For more information about our firm and team, please visit our website, www.kubickidraper.com and/or contact the firm's President, Brad McCormick, (305) 982-6707 / email@example.com.
Latitude provides a wide variety of services such as Subrogation Management, Identification Programs and Salvage Administration.
In the area of Subrogation Management, Latitude will analyze customer's claims business and industry benchmarks in order to target the best recovery goals. They have extensive experience handling auto, property and workers' compensation subrogation claims in all 50 states.
Identification Programs include finding opportunities in customer's open, pending and closed claims. They can review a customer's First Notice of Loss or First Report of Injury and help to determine their next steps to identify and preserve more subrogation opportunities. Reviewing closed files can also reveal missed subrogation opportunities.
In the area of Salvage Administration, because subrogation and salvage recoveries are reported together on Schedule P of the National Association of Insurance Commissioner reports, Latitude has created a dedicated unit that handles the administration of salvage titling. This helps streamline the related transactions associated with total loss vehicles and specialty vehicle salvage.
Founded in 1990, Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. ("MWL") is a national subrogation law firm. MWL coordinates a National Subrogation Recovery Program involving representation of over 250 insurance carriers, TPAs, and self-insured entities in all lines of subrogation including automobile, Med Pay/PIP, transportation and cargo, workers' compensation, property and casualty, inland and ocean marine, ERISA, product liability, hospital liens, and group health and disability. With offices throughout the U.S., and attorneys licensed in numerous states, MWL is well-positioned to serve the insurance industry directly. If needed, MWL also has a local counsel network of contracted law firms strategically located throughout North America that stand ready to assist. Visit MWL's website at www.mwl-law.com for a plethora of complimentary subrogation resource tools, such as 60+ subrogation charts covering a variety of topics for all 50 states, recorded subrogation webinars, laws by state map, and more.
The National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP), a not-for-profit trade association, was established in November 1998 to meet the needs of the subrogation industry and to provide educational opportunities for insurance professionals. Today, NASP's top priority still is providing continuing legal education, training and networking opportunities for subrogation professionals whether they are insurance claims professionals, litigators, experts, collection vendors, or other service providers. www.subrogation.org
Get your products and services in front of key industry professionals by reserving an exhibit space. All conference meals will take place in the exhibit hall as well as the popular opening reception allowing for plenty of time to promote your business and network with attendees.
EXHIBIT SPACE - $1,795 (if signed up by 3/31/23) includes one exhibit space with a 6-foot draped table, one complimentary conference registration (1 person from the exhibiting company allowed in the exhibit hall and can attend sessions), reduced registration fee of $250 for second representative, and post-conference attendee list. Additional personnel must register separately and pay full registration fee. (Note: Exhibit space is limited and subject to availability).
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Save $100 off exhibit space fee if you sign up by 03/31/23!
We have several sponsorship opportunities in a variety of price ranges - there is something to fit every budget!
All Sponsorships below include one complimentary registration to the conference.
WEDNESDAY LUNCH: $2,500 Sponsor will be recognized with signage on the tables. (SOLD)
OPENING RECEPTION SPONSOR: $2,500 Sponsor will be recognized with signage and on drink ticket that will be given to all attendees.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY OR FRIDAY BREAKFAST: $2,000 What better way to start the day than with a wholesome breakfast! Sponsor will be recognized with signage on the tables.
Dress for the conference is casual to business casual (just be comfortable).
Business casual dress typically includes slacks or khakis, dresses or skirts, dress shirt or blouse, and open-collar or polo shirt. Company logo shirts are encouraged. Jeans and dress shorts are fine.
Suits, ties and sport coats are discouraged, even for our exhibitors and speakers. This is New Orleans. Relax!
It can be helpful to dress in layers as the outside temperatures may be very warm, but the conference rooms are kept cool.
Although the sessions, education and designation ceremony are all important components to the Claims Education Conference, we like to offer plenty of opportunities for social gatherings and networking where the casual exchange of ideas can be very valuable to the learning process. We hope you will consider joining us for some of the activity options that follow.
Come for the conference, stay for the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 5th, 6th and 7th. Extended discounted conference hotel pricing available Friday, May 5th - Sunday, May 7th (limited rooms available).
Performers in 2022 included Stevie Nicks, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who, Jimmy Buffett, Lionel Richie, Norah Jones, Ziggy Marley, Melissa Etheridge, The Black Crowes, Boz Scaggs, Randy Newman, Chris Isaak, Samantha Fish and 140 more musical acts.
The conference ends at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, so plenty of time to get to the festival and enjoy the day's events. This is not a conference organized activity. If interested, please purchase Jazz Fest tickets through the Jazz Fest website.