First Party Claims Conference
The October 21-23, 2013 First Party Claims Conference takes place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Warwick, Rhode Island.
Register now for FPCC 2013! (Click here to download a registration packet)
Three registration optionsare available:
Three-day conference registration (15 CE credits) - $765 thru 8/1 ($865 after 8/1)
Two-day conference registration (12 CE credits) - $595 thru 8/1 ($655 after 8/1)
One-day (Monday only) conference registration (3 CE credits) - $195 thru 8/1 ($245 after 8/1)
To reserve a room at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, call 401-732-6000 and ask for the FPCC rate of $135.
Questions? Call FPCC at 703-433-2520.
The June 21-23, 2013 First Party Claims Conference (FPCC) in Warwick, Rhode Island, features over 30 recognized speakers, numerous exhibitors and event sponsors, up to 15 continuing education (CE) credits for adjusters, and up to 15 continuing legal education (CLE*) credits for attorneys.
First party property insurance claims professionals can register for one, two or three days, and select the topics and speakers they want to hear by choosing among three different seminar sessions each hour (click on 2013 Program for a list of topics and speakers). Breaks after each one-hour session allow time to refresh, refocus and network. All meals, breaks and receptions are included in the low registration fee.
Conveniently located near Providence, RI, and two major airports, attendance at the five-year conference is growing. Over 250 insurance professionals attended FPCC 2012 and participation at FPCC 2013 is expected to be even greater.
Hear what a few attendees had to say about FPCC 2012:
"Last year's extensive session on Matching was extremely helpful. I am adjusting a large loss with a $200,000 matching issue. The seminar explained the relevant court cases and how to successfully argue for additional funds due to matching."
"The engineering and forensic experts speaking at this event have increased our available resources and helped to increase our business through the expertise they add to our claims."
Earn up to 15 continuing education (CE) credits for adjusters or 15 continuing legal education (CLE*) credits for attorneys by attending the three-day FPCC educational program! Presenters are experts in their respective fields and will offer material on a wide range of first party property insurance topics.
FPCC 2012 was approved by 15 State Insurance Departments for CE credit.
More states will be added this year. Additionally, all those who complete days two and three will receive at least one CE credit for ethics.
*FPCC will provide attor-neys with a CLE approval packet to be submitted to their Bar Association or other approving authority.
Thank you to our FPCC 2012 sponsors and exhibitors!
"Crisis Management, Dealing with Difficult Personalities, and Avoiding Violence in the Workplace"
Alan F. Friedman, Ph.D.
The 2013 First Party Claims Conference will be keynoted by renowned clinical psychologist and crisis management specialist Alan Friedman, Ph.D., who will share his expertise in dealing with difficult personalities and avoiding violence in the workplace. In light of several highly publicized workplace tragedies across the country, including violence against adjusters and other insurance claims professionals, this exciting interactive presentation will teach attendees how to protect their employees by identifying at-risk individuals before tragedy strikes and will also touch on how to manage a crisis at your company should one occur.
With clients including Nike, McDonald's, Walt Disney World, Motorola, American Family Mutual Insurance Company, Unum, MetLife, New York Life, Nation-wide, MassMutual Insurance Companies, the US Postal Service, Honda of America, Walmart, UPS and the FBI, Dr. Friedman is considered a leading expert in the threat assessment of potentially dangerous workplace situations and routinely advises corpora-tions, organizations and law enforcement agencies on security issues and risk management strategies.
Dr. Friedman is an associate pro-fessor at Northwestern University Medical School, a fellow in the Society for Personality Assess-ment, and a member of the American and Illinois Psychologi-cal Associations. He is the senior author of three highly acclaimed textbooks on psychological assessment and pre-employment screening, and is currently com-pleting a book entitled, "Managing the High Risk Employee."