Call for Sessions (2022 Conference)

Interested in speaking at the 2022 Combined Claims Conference?  Speaker submission forms are now being accepted!

March 8-9, 2022
Hyatt Regency Orange County

The Combined Claims Conference Program Committee seeks your recommendations for next year's session topics for tracks focused on Property, Liability, Special Investigations/Suspicious Claims, and Emerging Issues/Trends.

The Committee values your input and your submissions for topics and speakers are critical to our planning process.

 

Select the link below to access the online speaker and session submission form. 

The deadline to submit your completed form is July 15, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.

 

NOTE: If you submitted a session for the March 2020 or August 2021 conference that was not accepted, your submission will be automatically submitted for the March 2022 conference consideration.  If you have a new session topic, please submit a new form.

 

Questions?  Call (714) 321-3847 or email info@combinedclaims.com.

Click Here to Access the Online Submission Form

 

Submission Questions Summary:

The Call for Sessions Form includes several detailed questions required by the Department of Insurance, and requires you to upload a 1-hour timed session outline.  Following is a summary of the information you will be required to submit in the link above.  Each question requires a unique and detailed response.

1) Contact Information

2) Session title

3) Session description (to be used in the program)

4) Preferred Track

5) Describe the educational goal or objective of the session and what the participants will take away.

6) Statement of relevancy: how the session is relevant to the attendees.

7) Describe how this course contributes to the attendee's understanding of insurance coverage and claims, how the course relates to the adjusting of insurance claims, and how the attendee's competence may be improved by completion of the course. 

8) Describe how this course contributes to the attendee's understanding of insurance statutes and rules, how the course relates to the adjusting of insurance claims, and how the attendee's competence may be improved by completion of the course.

9) Describe how this course contributes to the attendee's understanding of specific topics (i.e., construction, commercial, residential), how the course relates to the adjusting of insurance claims, and how the attendee's competence may be improved by the completion of the course. 

10) Describe how this course contributes to the attendee's understanding of valuation, how the course relates to the adjusting of insurance claims, and how the attendee's competence may be improved by completion of this course.

11) Timed outline - The Timed Outline should contain your session title and contain all of the detailed topics and subtopics that are insurance industry-related practices, principles, and concepts specifically related to the business of insurance and the amount of time scheduled for each topic. The Timed Outline must also include how the course content will enhance the attendee's technical claims knowledge, understanding, and/or professional competence. Session times are 1 hour in length (remember to leave 5-10 min for Q&A at the end of the session). A good timed outline is at least one to two pages in length.

Click here to view two examples of a Timed Outline

12) Speaker names
The Program Committee strongly prefers applications which include claims professionals and will favor such applications.  If your presentation does not include a claims professional, the Program Committee reserves the right to appoint one to speak on the topic with you. Panel sessions are also accepted.