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    2019 March Members Luncheon

    March 13, 2019
    11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Brookhaven Country Club
    3333 Golfing Green Drive
    Farmers Branch, TX 75234

    Please Join Us For Our
    March Members Luncheon

    Wednesday, March 13
    From 11:30am - 1:00pm At

    The Brookhaven Country Club

    Our Program Topic Will Be:

    "Insurance - What It Means, and Why You Need It"

    This presentation will finally answer most of your insurance questions with the help of Chad Robinson with Riddle and Williams and Rod Medlin with Scarbrough Medlin & Associates, with support from David Hastings of My-Adjuster.  They will be reviewing the types of Policies and why you need a H06 policy.  What to do when a claim is denied.  Should a manger ever sign the insurance proposal?  What’s the difference between the certificate holder and additional insured?  Other topics will include:

    • What is an H06 policy and how does it work? 
    • How to set values for the assets – walls,  amenity center….
    • What to do when a claim is denied
    • What liability to the manager and Management company  if the policy is not correct
      • What if there is not enough coverage for a claim
      • What if the manager set the values and there is not enough money to cover the claim? 
    • Should the manager ever sign the binder?
    • What to do at renewal?
    • Difference between certificate holder and additional insured; which should be requested and when.
      • Do we need the association/management company listed as the certificate holder or additional insured? If so, would we need a separate COI for vendors working different communities.
    • Workers compensation? If a vendor does not carry workers comp we have the vendor and Board sign a waiver.  Do we need anything other than the waiver?
    Our Presenters Will Be:

    Chad Robinson | Riddle and Williams

    Chad E. Robinson received an A.B. degree in Economics and certificate in Political Economy from Princeton University in 1999. At Princeton, Mr. Robinson was a pitcher on the Varsity Baseball Team. In 2002, Mr. Robinson received his J.D. degree from the SMU School of Law. During law school, Mr. Robinson served as an articles editor for the International Law Review and was honored as an octa-finalist in the Jackson Walker Moot Court Competition. He was also a Dean’s Scholarship Recipient. Prior to joining Riddle & Williams, Mr. Robinson worked for six years for one of the largest and most prestigious full-service law firms in the State of Texas, where he was trained in litigation techniques and real estate law. At that firm, Mr. Robinson handled a variety of complex commercial litigation matters, including real estate and construction disputes. He has successfully represented clients in state and federal trial and appellate courts throughout Texas. Mr. Robinson is admitted to practice before all district courts in Texas. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Dallas Bar Association, and the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers. Mr. Robinson has co-authored articles that have been featured in trade publications.


    Rod Medlin | Scarbrough Medlin & Associates

    Rod Medlin has 30 years insurance experience. He received a Bachelor's Degree in Management from Southeastern Oklahoma State University and an Accredited Advisor in Insurance designation from the Insurance Institute of America. He has four years’ experience with a major commercial property and casualty insurer with emphasis in heavy industry, construction and energy-related risk. Rod has served as Administrator of a self-insured program for a large commercial risk, and immediately before joining Scarbrough, Medlin & Associates, he was Account Executive for the largest commercial insurance agency in Oklahoma. Rod has taught Licensing Courses for the Independent Insurance Agents of Oklahoma at Oklahoma University and The University of Tulsa.  Rod served as Founding Chairman of the Amerisure Insurance Companies Agents Advisory Board and on the advisory boards of both The Texas Mutual Insurance Company and Liberty National Insurance Company. He has served as the Crime and Fidelity Risk Management Consultant to the Institute of Real Estate Management/National Board of Realtors in Chicago, Illinois, where he structured and instituted IREM's National Crime & Fidelity Program for Accredited Management Organization (AMO) designated firms. Rod has also served on the Board of the Independent Insurance Agents Association of Dallas and as Regional Vice President for Political Action for the Independent Insurance Association of Texas. Additionally, he served as Vice President for the Stonebridge Ranch Community Association and as Director for a large non-profit game conservation organization. He is currently serving as a member of the FM Global National Advisory Council as well as in a similar capacity for America First Insurance Companies. In the past he has acted as a Director of the Board on the Lone Star Insurance Company. He currently serves as a Partner in Texas Construction Partners, LLC and as President of the Texas Construction Insurance Risk Retention Group.

    David Hastings | My-Adjuster

    David Hastings (President/Texas PA License 2026010) has 19 years of experience in the insurance adjusting industry, working with major insurance carriers, and has handled over 15,000 losses nationwide. Losses include water, hail, wind, fire, tornado, hurricane, flood, sewer, ice, lightning, earthquake, mold, sinkhole, foundation, sand storm, business interruption, and liability. He originally began his career representing carriers as an independent adjuster, and through the years built his reputation as a preferred adjuster, and was continually requested by numerous insurance companies, managers, and staff to handle large volumes of residential and commercial losses. Mr. Hastings worked extensively with upper level managers of large carriers and managed teams of adjusters when needed. He was held in high regard for his work ethic and his finished product which consistently exceeded expectations.  Through his experiences and everything he learned about the industry, Mr. Hastings welcomed the opportunity to transition into the role of Public Adjuster. He is an expert at negotiating, estimating, and consulting. He is also very knowledgeable in both residential and commercial construction. His skills, expertise, and professionalism enable him to confidently and effectively assist clients in achieving positive outcomes. He is driven to help clients navigate the claims process and will work diligently to provide individualized service and results.


    $35.00 Members
    $40.00 after 11:30 pm March 9

    $55.00 Non-Members
    $60.00 after 11:30 pm March 9