New Mexico: Law and the Insurance Contract

New Mexico Insurance CE: Law and the Insurance Contract

A comprehensive examination of the law as it affects insurance contracts and provisions.

Compiled from the best sources available on contract law, this online New Mexico Insurance Continuing Education course will teach you in layman language the intricacies of insurance contract law, from general principles to agency, from privacy to constitutional issues.

Objectives

  • Learn contract law in-depth, from structure and source of law to landmark insurance law enactments such as the McCarran Act.
  • Develop basic skills in avoiding costly mistakes when marketing or underwriting insurance to consumers.
  • Gain insight into constitutional law, agency law, privacy law, and agents as employers.

Major Subjects Covered

  • Insurance and the Law.
  • Contracts.
  • Agency.
  • Privacy and Insurance.
  • Insurers and Agents as Employers.

Course Level: Intermediate

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EASIER TO PASS: You’ll be asked fewer questions on the exam, so it’s easier to pass. (But should you need a retake, you can take it again once for up to a year.)

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Why not get started today? You could be that much closer towards completing this year’s Insurance CE!

starting at

$98.00

Hours: 15 Property & Casualty

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