Oklahoma to Pursue Earthquake Coverage as a 1 Hour CE Requirement

July 30, 2014: The Oklahoma Insurance Department announced today that it is pursuing a legal change to require at least 1 hour of Continuing Education on the topic of Earthquake Coverage for all resident Property Line Producers and Adjusters.

In a memo from John Doak, OK Insurance Commissioner, released July 30, 2014:

"The Oklahoma Insurance Department receives calls almost daily about insurance coverage for earthquakes. Most of the callers are unaware that their property policy does not provide coverage for earth movement. When they find out that it does not, their next question is to ask about what is available and what does it cover. We are happy to provide general advice, but with the array of earthquake coverages available, a consumer’s specific questions are best answered by a knowledgeable insurance professional who can provide individual advice.

To ensure that Oklahoma producers and adjusters who work in the property market have the knowledge to provide that advice, the OID is pursuing a legal change to require at least 1 hour of continuing education on this topic each renewal cycle.

A.D. Banker is already finalizing Earthquake Coverage content for online and webinar delivery to meet this requirement when the new requirement goes into effect. A.D. Banker provides accuarte and timely content in formats that are convenient and affordable!  

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