Why CEC?

International Insurance Institute

No company in the insurance industry has been more focused on improving the level of claims professionals through in-person training than International Insurance Institute, Inc.

Since its inception in April 1998, III has delivered more claims-specific training, to more companies, in more countries, than any claims training company in the world.

In-person courses by III have been delivered in-person, on-site to over 265,000 claims professionals worldwide. 

Attending this conference will not only be informative and fun, but will allow you to get a glimpse of the many claims specific courses III has to offer.

American Educational Institute

American Educational Institute (AEI) and The Society of Claim Law Associates, your partners in claims law education, are committed to helping claims professionals increase their claims law knowledge and to stay current with the latest claims/legal issues.  

Attending the conference will allow you access to targeted sessions focusing on legal and coverage issues all presented by leading technical experts and nationally recognized insurance defense attorneys.

The conference also provides recognition for new AEI designees.  Individuals are recognized for having achieved designations of Specialist, Associate and the "ultimate in claims law professionalism“ Senior Claim Law Associate (SCLA). Silver and Gold award recipients are also recognized. 

Recipients who have or will achieve a designation or award between January 1, 2022 and April 10, 2023 will be recognized at the Conferment Ceremony.  Participation in the conference, however, is not limited to SCLA members or AEI designees.  All insurance claims professionals are invited to attend. 

Latitude Subrogation Services

Latitude provides a wide variety of services such as Subrogation Management, Identification Programs and Salvage Administration.

In the area of Subrogation Management, Latitude will analyze customer's claims business and industry benchmarks in order to target the best recovery goals. They have extensive experience handling auto, property and workers' compensation subrogation claims in all 50 states.

Identification Programs include finding opportunities in customer's open, pending and closed claims. They can review a customer's First Notice of Loss or First Report of Injury and help to determine their next steps to identify and preserve more subrogation opportunities. Reviewing closed files can also reveal missed subrogation opportunities.

In the area of Salvage Administration, because subrogation and salvage recoveries are reported together on Schedule P of the National Association of Insurance Commissioner reports, Latitude has created a dedicated unit that handles the administration of salvage titling. This helps streamline the related transactions associated with total loss vehicles and specialty vehicle salvage.