John Pappas is a tough litigator and very bright. I've known him since I helped him get his position on the 100-insurance-protected defense that was eventually called the Butler Dad's way back in 1982 when only a handful of lawyers worked there. Bill Berk was a tough prosecutor before becoming the principal of his defense in South Florida and a person I have been fighting since Hurricane Andrew.
The three of us have gone through countless ethical and bad faith communities. It would be difficult for me to imagine three external advice dealing with several of these issues from different perspectives in Florida. But what we believe is the correct ethical processes for managing claims is something I thought a more experienced and engaging panel could make an important contribution to the Windstorm Insurance Conference, which is best committed to best.
 Here's how PowerPoint is in our presentation. Nevertheless, claims and insurances are professionalism and ethics a study that many would rather avoid because it is usually boring and most do not regard it as central to making more money or progressing in progress. Nothing can be further from the truth.
The ability to be a true claim of professional and action always advances claims. In order to make more money and deepen your position, public, independent or business executives in the long run succeed with the level of technical expertise they have and the interpersonal skills that the adjusters have. Going to seminars and discussions like the ones we presented last week helps those who want to be the best to get there faster. It's not an easy road, but everyone must climb. Education is the fastest way and by far superior to the school of hard knocks taught at your customer's dime.
When I researched this topic I found an old publication from the 1960s on the subject of insurance claims that professionalism and ethics I invite to read. It stated in part:
Every person in the insurance industry is unknowingly, if not consciously, seeking a guide to respectable or ethical behavior that gives him a sense of personal satisfaction and satisfaction so that he can lead a more successful and rewarding life. And as mentioned above, the universal principle of the golden rule will be, likely to produce exactly what each person is looking for.
I will have more to discuss on this subject, but I would suggest that the golden rule is a good place to start with professional and ethical behavior. Hope to see you at the 2020 Windstorm Insurance Conference next year, provided the young Turks let me or us talk.
The thought of the day
Show men speak because they have something to say Fools because they have to say something.