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AEI Program Creates Auto Claims Designations.

The American Educational Institute has developed a new program to train claims professionals assigned to handle personal and commercial automobile claims. "Law of Automobile Claims and Coverage" will require students to complete seven separate courses in order to achieve an Automobile Claims Law Specialist (ACLS) designation or, with Legal Principles, an Automobile Claim Law Associate (ACLA) designation.

The program will include courses in 610 - Automobile Insurance Principles; 211 - Comparative Negligence; 611 - Law of Automobiles; 612 Law of Automobile Insurance: No-Fault and Med Pay; 613 - Law of Automobile Liability Insurance; 614 - Law of Automobile Insurance: UM and UIM; 615 - Law of Automobile Insurance: First-Party Property Damage; and 616 - Law of Automobile Insurance: Business Auto Coverage. Students who have previously completed courses 211, 611, 612 or 614 will be given credit for the corresponding courses in the new program.

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Date:Jul 1, 2000
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