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Welcome to CAG at Cagworld, designed as a service for insurance adjusters by the publishers of Casualty Adjuster’s Guides, the original Claim Guide Publication, now distributed to over 75,000 insurance claims personnel nationwide annually.
Established in 1981, CCPAC is a nonprofit organization that seeks to raise the professional standards of individuals who specialize in the administration and negotiation of freight claims. Specifically, it seeks to give recognition to those who have acquired the necessary degree of experience, education and expertise in domestic and international freight claims to warrant acknowledgment of their professional stature.
I-CAR is the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair. What does I-CAR do? Just as ASE provides certification for mechanics and body technicians, I-CAR certifies the shop or technician you chose to repair your vehicle has the training to perform your repairs safely! That is I-CAR’s goal: to keep families safe!
Employees of I.I.I. member companies have online access to the Insurance Daily, Library Database (a searchable database of summaries of over 60,000 insurance-related articles), Insurance Issues Update, white papers, meeting information and much more.
International Risk Management Institute’s web-zine offers free access to hundreds of articles on various insurance and risk management topics, including workers compensation. When you visit, be sure to sign up for their free email newsletter for risk management tips, industry commentary, and links to article on the web.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau is a not-for-profit organization that receives support from approximately 1,000 property/casualty insurance companies. The NICB partners with insurers and law enforcement agencies to facilitate the identification, detection and prosecution of insurance criminals.
The National Underwriter Company publishes a broad array of print, e-media and software products for the insurance and financial services industries. Its key publications include the two weekly magazines, National Underwriter, Property & Casualty/Risk & Benefits Management and National Underwriter, Life & Health/Financial Services, as well as the multi-volume loose-leaf FC&S Bulletins service and the very popular Tax Facts desk references. The National Underwriter Company is an employee-owned company.
A virtual insurance community with daily news and product updates for professionals in insurance and the loss control industry, information on manufacturing, technology, equipment, supplies, and discussion forums, online chat, newsletter and software.
Claims is a monthly magazine dedicated to “Covering the Business of Loss” for property/casualty insurance claims professionals and corporate risk managers. Claims reports in a timely manner on disasters, insurance crime, emerging trends in insurance claims, regulatory, judicial and legislative changes, and provides expert advice and educational articles covering techniques for handling insured losses with which our readers are faced.
The North Florida Chapter of the Risk and Insurance Management Society strives to promote the risk management profession by encouraging networking and career development by identifying and addressing emerging risk management trends and providing timely and valuable educational programs.
The WCCP is a professional association established to address the needs of the workers’ compensation community. The Association provides a means for licensed workers’ compensation claims professionals to acquire continuing education units as required by the Florida Department of Insurance, and stay abreast of trends and changes in a dynamic and challenging legislative and business environment.
WIND is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education and training, and to promoting a cooperative dialogue amount individuals and groups concerned with windstorm insurance issues.