Auto Insurance—Meeting a Society's Needs

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Level: Intermediate

Why you need this course:
After completing this course, you'll have basic knowledge of compensating auto accident victims, no-fault auto insurance, auto insurance for high-risk drivers, and automobile insurance rate regulation—all essential to understanding the complexities of society's auto insurance needs.

Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Identify each of the following approaches to compensating automobile accident victims and the advantages and disadvantages of each:
    • Tort liability system
    • Financial responsibility laws
    • Compulsory insurance laws
    • Uninsured motorists coverage
    • Underinsured motorists coverage
    • No-fault insurance
  • Describe no-fault automobile laws in terms of each of the following:
    • Types of no-fault laws
    • Benefits required by no-fault laws
  • Explain how high-risk drivers may obtain auto insurance.
  • Describe automobile insurance rate regulation in terms of each of the following:
    • Rating factors
    • Matching price to exposure
    • Competition
  • Describe automobile insurance rate regulation in terms of each of the following:
    • Rating factors
    • Matching price to exposure
    • Competition

Cost: $20 per Professional Development Hour (PDH). Information on PDHs provided can be found here.

Auto Insurance—Meeting a Society's Needs Topics Include:

  • Approaches to compensating automobile accident victims and the advantages and disadvantages of each, including:
    • Tort liability system
    • Financial responsibility laws
    • Compulsory insurance laws
    • Uninsured motorists coverage
    • Underinsured motorists coverage
    • No-fault insurance
  • No-fault automobile laws in terms of types of no-fault laws and benefits required by no-fault laws
  • How high-risk drivers may obtain auto insurance
  • Automobile insurance rate regulation in terms of rating factors, matching price to exposure, and competition
  • Describe automobile insurance rate regulation in terms of rating factors, matching price to exposure, and competition

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