New Logo for MWAIIA 

New Logo for MWAIIA

MWAIIA has been hard at work this last year, building new ways to serve your needs. To better brand MWAIIA, a new logo has been approved by the Board of Directors.[+]
Are your Producers Putting You at Risk? 

Protect Your Agency

In virtually every agency, producers play an integral role in minimizing the potential for E&O claims to develop. Establishing a strong E&O culture requires guidelines and a strong buy-in and commitment from the production staff.[+]
Market Information 

NFIP Front and Center . . . Again

President Donald Trump proposed ending federal flood insurance for new homes in areas most at risk of flooding. Trump’s plan would radically overhaul the program created in 1968 to help protect homeowners who live along coasts or near rivers[+]
Compliance Alert 

Help Your Customers Stay Safe

Reinforce your value to your customers by sharing important information on how to keep their families safe. Share with them the six critical steps to prepare for a home fire during this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, October 8-14, 2017[+]
Save the Date for the 2018 MWAIIA Winter Social. [+]
The MWAIIA Board of Directors will meet on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from 10 am. - 4 p.m. [+]
**APPROVED FOR 2 STATE CE CREDITS IN DC, MD & VA** This webcast will provide an overview while providing an in-depth discussion regarding cyber and internet liability, the cyber liability policy, exposures (common and not so common), sources of claims and then privacy laws. Unauthorized entities will be discussed as well. [+]
*******NO STATE CE CREDITS AVAILABLE******* Filling Gaps You Didn't Even Know You Had Coverage Part A of the Commercial General Liability (CGL) policy is limited in scope, extending coverage to claims arising out of only bodily injury (BI) and/or property damage (PD). Couple Part A’s limited scope with the CGL form’s absolute pollution exclusion (“f.”) and expensive coverage gaps are created for most contractor risks. Contractors’ Professional and Pollution Liability is the contractor’s coverage solution. Often referred to as either the Contractors Pollution and Professional Insurance, the Contractor’s Protective Professional Indemnity coverage, or simply “CPPI,” this multi-peril form specifically addresses and closes most of the coverage gaps created by the limited breadth of Coverage Part A combined with the pollution exclusion (it even addresses some coverage gaps in the business auto policy). This webinar details this incredibly important coverage. [+]

 Industry Partner

“Big Six” Releases Tax Reform Framework

WASHINGTON, D.C., September 27, 2017—The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) today released a statement by Charles Symington, Big “I” senior vice president of external, industry, and government affairs. [+]