Seminars & Presentation Materials

We believe in helping our community. Our team regularly participates in charitable and other local events, and often presents at educational seminars.  As part of our efforts, we have provided some of the resources and materials the attorneys at John Bales Attorneys have used when presenting at seminars and continuing education courses.

 

While this information may give some insight into Florida law, it is important that you understand that any of the information, publication, and/or documents provided should not to be construed as legal advice and any review or use of this information will not create an attorney-client relationship. Representation of any claim can only commence after engaging in an initial consultation and execution of a written attorney-client agreement between you and our firm. You should consult with an attorney of your choosing for an opinion applying the facts of any particular matter to Florida law.

 

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DON’T DROP THE BALL ON CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS AND PERFORMANCE BOOKLET SEMINAR MATERIALS. The following link contains John Bales Attorneys’ Don’t Drop the Ball on Contract Requirements and Performance Booklet that was presented at the May 2015 FAPIA Convention. It discusses topics including the Florida Statutes and administrative codes regulating public insurance adjusters’ contracts, and the attached Public Insurance Adjusters Services Agreement.

 

DON’T DROP THE BALL ON CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS AND PERFORMANCE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION. The following link contains John Bales Attorneys’ Don’t Drop the Ball on Contract Requirements and Performance PowerPoint Presentation that was presented at the May 2015 FAPIA Convention. It is a visual reference that discusses Florida Statutes and administrative codes regulating public insurance adjusters’ contracts, and the Public Insurance Adjusters Services Agreement.

 

PUBLIC ADJUSTER SERVICE AGREEMENT. The following link contains an example of a Public Insurance Adjusters Services Agreement that is between a public insurance adjuster and a policyholder, the insured under an insurance policy. This example agreement was presented at the May 2015 FAPIA Conference. It includes revisions through May 21, 2015 based on discussions with Public Insurance Adjusters. As it may be updated in the future, we encourage you to return to this page for updates. Please consider contacting us with any recommended improvements by
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AUTHORITY TO SIGN UNAVAILABLE CLAIMANT.  The following link contains an example of an Authority to Sign for Unavailable Claimant that may be used by Public Insurance Adjuster. This example affidavit was presented at the May 2015 FAPIA Conference. It confirms that the available named insured has authority to enter into the contract and settle claims on behalf of all named insureds. It should be used with the Public Insurance Adjuster Services Agreement when necessary. See the booklet titled Don’t Drop the Ball on Contract Requirements and Performance Booklet Seminar Materials. It includes revisions through May 21, 2015 based on discussions with Public Insurance Adjusters. As it may be updated in the future, we encourage you to return to this page for updates. Please consider contacting us with any recommended improvements by clicking here.

 

FLORIDA PUBLIC INSURANCE ADJUSTER REGULATORY AWARENESS AND CONTRACT BOOKLET SEMINAR MATERIALS. The following link contains John Bales Attorneys’ Florida Public Insurance Adjuster Regulatory Awareness and Contract Booklet that was presented at the November 2014 FAPIA Convention.  It discusses topics including the ethical responsibilities of public insurance adjusters, Florida statutes and administrative codes regulating public insurance adjusters, and the Public Insurance Adjusters Services Agreement.

 

 


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This information, publication, and/or documents are not to be construed legal advice and any use of this information will not create an attorney-client relationship. Representation of any claim can only commence after engaging in an initial consultation and execution of a written attorney-client agreement between you and our firm. You should consult with an attorney of your choosing for an opinion applying the facts of any particular matter to Florida law.