Programs & Courses

Designed to help students understand the law that applies to property/casualty insurance claims.

Claims Law Catalog
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Welcome to American Educational Institute

Dear Insurance Professional,

Our goal at AEI is a simple one to increase professionalism in the insurance industry by providing effective claims law training. With this in mind, our courses are designed to present current legal issues in property, casualty, workers' compensation, and fraud investigation through the use of clearly written text, practical claims examples, and actual court cases. We challenge our students to achieve a thorough understanding of claims law by analyzing the issues presented in our materials. Rather than memorization by rote, our courses encourage students to evaluate and solve problems using applicable principles of claims law and to use these skills in handling their own claim files.

We use an interactive self-study format that allows students to gain valuable feedback from our full-time staff of professional instructors, both by way of written comments to student examinations and one-on-one tutoring using our toll-free line.

Our materials are produced by our staff in consultation with industry and legal experts. These materials are the ONLY source of claims law education that is current and continually updated to ensure only the most recent information is presented. In addition, we publish a quarterly newsletter dealing with current topics of interest to claims professionals.

Everything we do is intended to promote our goal to provide effective claims law education to the insurance industry, and our entire staff is committed to achieving it.

In today's increasingly complex world of claims, one settlement based on insufficient or incorrect information can be costly. Our claims law courses can make the difference between a settlement that is proper and reasonable and one that is inappropriate and costly.

Sincerely,

Amy L. Koernig
President

Students Comments

"This course is fantastic! I learned a lot, and because it was so interesting, I found myself enjoying the reading and involvement. It makes it a true learning experience having the counselor's comments to review. I wish I had taken this course earlier in my career." 

W.H., Claim Super

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Claims Law Update

Winter, 2014

THE EFFECT OF BREACHING THE DUTY TO DEFEND ON THE DUTY TO INDEMNIFY

It is common knowledge among claims professionals that the duty to defend is broader than the duty to indemnify. Liability policies require an insurer to provide a defense whenever the facts alleged in a complaint could arguably give rise to coverage. It is not necessary that  the allegations of the complaint be proved true before the duty to defend is triggered.  ...   


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