Combined Claims Conference
March 2-3, 2021
Hyatt Regency Orange County

The Combined Claims Conference Program Committee seeks your recommendations for next year's session topics for tracks focused on Property, Liability, Special Investigations/Suspicious Claims, and Emerging Issues/Trends.

Your submissions for topics and speakers are critical to our planning process.  If you are submitting multiple sessions, please complete one survey per session submission.

The Committee values your input.

If you have any questions on the submission process, call 714-321-3847 or email jmcdonald@combinedclaims.com.

The deadline to submit your completed form is July 13, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
 

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* 1. Please list your contact information below:

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* 2. Session Title for the printed program:

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* 3. Session Description (draft version - this will be confirmed by CCC prior to the program release):

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* 4. Track: Select the one track that best fits your session submission.  The program committee may assign your session to a different track depending on the submissions.

The following are detailed questions regarding the content of your session.  THIS IS DIFFERENT THAN THE SESSION DESCRIPTION SUBMITTED IN QUESTION #3 AND ARE REQUIRED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE FOR CE APPROVAL. 

Please be specific and provide details for the following questions. Do not input "see above" or give the same answers as these are all required questions from the Department of Insurance.  Please provide a short paragraph for each answer - one line answers are not acceptable. 
 IF YOU DO NOT PROVIDE THE DETAILED INFORMATION IN THESE NEXT QUESTIONS, YOUR SUBMISSION WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

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* 5. DOI REQUIRED: Describe the educational goal or objective of the session and what the participants will take away from the session.

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* 6. DOI REQUIRED: Statement of relevancy: Describe why the session and goals are relevant to the attendees. This is NOT the session description and is used by the Department of Insurance in evaluating our CE requests.

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* 7. DOI REQUIRED: Describe how this course contributes to an attendee's understanding of insurance coverage and claims, how the course relates to the adjusting of insurance claims, and how the attendee's competence may be improved by completion of the course.

This answer should be different than the other answers provided.

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* 8. DOI REQUIRED: Describe how this course contributes to an attendee's understanding of insurance statutes and rules, how the course relates to the adjusting of insurance claims, and how the attendee's competence may be improved by completion of the course.

This answer should be different than the other answers provided.

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* 9. DOI REQUIRED: Describe how this course contributes to an attendee's understanding of specific topics (i.e., construction, commercial, residential), how the course relates to the adjusting of insurance claims, and how the attendee's competence may be improved by the completion of the course.

This answer should be different than the other answers provided.

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* 10. DOI REQUIRED: Describe how this course contributes to an attendee's understanding of valuation, how the course relates to the adjusting of insurance claims, and how the attendee's competence may be improved by completion of this course.

This answer should be different than the other answers provided.

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* 11. DOI REQUIRED: Attach a timed outline of your session.  The timed outline should contain your session title and contain all of the detailed topics and subtopics that are insurance industry-related practices, principles, and concepts specifically related to the business of insurance and the amount of time scheduled for each topic. The Timed Outline must also include how the course content will enhance the student's knowledge, understanding, and/or professional competence. Session times are 1 hour in length (remember to leave 5-10 min for Q&A at the end of the session). A good timed outline is at least one to two pages in length.  

The CCC website has two examples of a Timed Outline available to download.  Click here to be redirected to the CCC website and scroll down to question #11 on the page to download the examples.

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List the speakers for the sessions.  The Program Committee strongly prefers applications which include claims professionals and will favor such applications. If your presentation does not include a claims professional, the Program Committee reserves the right to appoint one to speak on the topic with you. Panel sessions are also accepted.

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* 12. Speaker Contact Information:

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* 13. Additional Speaker Contact Information:

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* 14. Additional Speaker Contact Information:

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* 15. Additional Speaker Contact Information:

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