The Associate in claims – Liability Track course is key topic in understanding the insurance business. The course on claims covers wide spectrums of topics categorized in to four main subjects and these are liability handling process and management within the insurance context, injury liability claims, home owner liability claims and ethics.
Upon completion of the course, trainees will be expected to:
• Understand the knowledge about claim function and professional ethics.
• Understand the knowledge on claim handling process.
• Know the awareness of the learner about setting case reserves and investigating claims.
• Know how to deal with frauds.
• Know the awareness and understanding about Negotiating Claims.
• Understand in-depth about the knowledge about Litigating Claims.
• Understand in-depth knowledge and understanding on Claims.
• Understand knowledge in risk management.
• Know Liability Claims
• Understand the knowledge on Legal Principles for Determining Liability, Part 1 & 2
• Understand the knowledge and awareness about Determining Liability in Premises Liability Claims
• Understand in Products Liability Claims
• Know the knowhow of the learner about Investigating Liability Claims
• Be able to know in-depth knowledge on Evaluating Liability Claims
• Understand in-depth knowledge on Managing Liability Claims Litigation.
• Understand the knowledge in impairment and disability
• Understand in-depth knowledge and comprehension about Commercial General Liability, Part 1 & 2
• AIC 30 Claim Handling Principles and Practices
• AINS 21 Property and Liability Insurance Principles
• AIC 32 Liability Claim Practices
• AIC 37 Managing Bodily Injury Claims
• AIC 42 Liability Coverages
• Ethics 311 Ethical Guidelines for Insurance Professionals Or Ethics 312 Ethics
The Institutes oers exams in dierent formats to accommodate dierent needs.
50-90 Multiple Choice Question Exams: 2 Hours
• AIC 30, AIC 32, AINS 21, Ethics 311, 312
40-65 Multiple Choice Question Exams: 1.5 Hours
• AIC 37
40 Multiple Choice Question Exams: 1 Hour
• AIC 42
For most exams, grades are reported as “P” (Passing) or “N”
(Nonpassing). For others, grades are reported as “P” (Passing),
“G” (Good), “E” (Excellent), or “N” (Nonpassing). Grades are
nal and are not subject to appeal. Numerical scores are
Upon completion, trainees will receive a Certicate of
Completion from The Institutes.