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On May 11, 2024, insureds and claimants will unlock the secrets of insurance claims.  

Once Upon A Claim: Fairy Tales to Protect Your Ass(ets)

Fairy tales, nursery rhymes, and fables teach children that the world is a dangerous place filled with monsters, witches, evil step-mothers, and claims adjusters, and no one is going to save you. 


Until now.

In this innovative guide, familiar fables spring to life, providing a backdrop for unraveling the complexities of insurance. Ever wondered about a house made of straw, sticks, or bricks has premiums determined? Curious if a prince involved in a pumpkin-turned-carriage hit and run would have uninsured motorist coverage? Once Upon A Claim offers these answers and more, weaving together the "Moral of the Story" with fundamental insurance concepts.


While insurance might be the last thing you want to read about, this book promises to do the unthinkable--keep you entertained while subtly imparting essential knowledge. So, whether you're looking to bolster your understanding or just seeking an amusing read, this is the book for you. 

Prepare to be both enlightened and delighted, because who said learning about insurance couldn't be fun?

Chantal M. Roberts, CPCU, AIC, RPA's new book uses reimagined fairy tales, nursery rhymes, and fables to provide a comprehensive overview of insurance concepts and claims handling processes, explaining everything from policy terms to the claims process.

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