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       West Coast Casualty’s




  Construction Defect Seminar
    May 12th and 13th, 2005




     The Disneyland Hotel
      1150 West Magic Way, Anaheim, California 92802
Coral Stern, AIC
President
West Coast Casualty Service, Inc.




Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I am pleased to announce that West Coast Casualty’s Annual Construction Defect Seminar will
take place at the world renowned Disneyland Hotel and Resort on May 12th and May 13th, 2005.

With eleven years of bringing the construction defect community its favorite seminar behind us, I
think you will agree that the speakers and respective subjects broached at this years event
represent the most important agenda items currently facing the construction defect community.

This year, our speakers represent all aspects of the construction defect community who come from
throughout the United States to share their thoughts and experiences on the issues that were first
born here in California. At last year’s seminar, approximately 1400 attendees listened to those
ideas and returned home with the hopes that what they learned at West Coast Casualty’s
Construction Defect Seminar would benefit them in their home state. We hope it did.

This year, along with West Coast Casualty’s “Buy a Banner, Support A Charity” program, I am
extremely proud to advise that a scholarship fund has been established in the names of two
construction defect claims adjusters whose recent passing has left a void in our community. West
Coast Casualty Service along with contributions of MC Consultants and S.C. Wright Construction
have established the Fred Harding Scholarship Award and The Sue Kounalis / Susan Laura
Musick Scholarship Award. Last year, in combination with the Penny Golf Classic which follows
our seminar, over Seventy Five Thousand dollars was raised for various charities. This year, I
believe that we’ll exceed that amount.

We’re looking forward to an educational, enjoyable and memorable seminar event and I look
forward to seeing you in Anaheim on May 12th and May 13th, 2005.

Very truly yours,

West Coast Casualty Service, Inc.



Coral Stern, AIC, RPA
President
David Stern, RPA
Vice President
West Coast Casualty Service, Inc.




In the past year, we saw many new and continuing challenges which face all parties in the
construction defect community. We saw a continuing upward spiral of these claims and litigation
across the United States resulting in many law and rule changes regarding these multi-party, multi-
facited claims. We saw an increase in the areas of indemnification and in the area of additional
insured coverage while we also saw coverages decrease. We also saw new allegations of mold and
fungus and sadly, we saw the continuation of the fall of several insurance giants as well as the
abandonment of this class of business by underwriters. We have all seen the significant increase in
insurance premiums by those underwriters willing to take a chance on underwriting this class of
business, but along with those increases, we also saw many new restrictions to traditional
coverage. Each day, on television and in the printed media, the newest stories, allegations and
theories regarding mold and sick building syndrome claims develop into a frenzy of new claims
and litigation. With weather conditions changing in areas traditionally known to be sunny and
warm, we see new challenge to respond to these problems, the need to create new products to
build better buildings, the need for new technologies to reduce our susceptibility to mold and
funguses, as well as develop new responses to the claims that we all know will arise in the future.

The years ahead of us will bring about further challenges and frustration for all of us in the
construction defect community in the many ways construction defect claims and litigation will be
handled across the United States. Several dozen states, in response to growing complaints by
builders and homeowners alike, have adopted, or are in the process of adopting, “Right to Repair”
Statutes and over 30 U.S. states are considering some level of mold legislation requiring or
limiting mold coverages. As the spread of construction defect claims and litigation continues to
grow throughout this nation, each state and some Federal jurisdictions apply the issues of law and
circumstance differently, creating further conflict for all of those affected by these specialized
claims and litigation.

As a recognized leader in this field and in this community, we feel compelled to address these
issues as best we can and that is by sharing and highlighting the significant issues which affect all
of us in this community. Our answer is to provide realistic solutions that benefit this community in
whole. Our speakers will discuss the wide-ranging problems and potential solutions that face us
not only here in California but in many of our sister states who now see the emerging problems of
construction defect claims and litigation, first born in California, reaching their own borders.

Working together through education and mutual discussions of new ideas, we all will benefit. It is
through seminars like this one we all learn to share thoughts and ideas which benefit us as a
community in whole. We would like you to join us for two days of sharing some great ideas and
working together toward reaching realistic solutions for the betterment and benefit of everyone in
this community. On behalf of all of us at West Coast Casualty, the Speakers and Topics
Committee, our speakers and vendors, I look forward to seeing you in Anaheim on May 12th and
13th, 2005.
                               SCHEDULE

                              Wednesday, May 11th 2005
                        Early Registration - 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM


                               Thursday, May 12th 2005
                    Registration and Breakfast - 7:30AM - 8:30AM

                                 8:30AM - 8:45 AM
                                 Welcome Remarks


                                   8:45 – 9:30 AM

“Recent Court Decisions Which Impact Both the Coverage and the Defense of CD Claims”

                Thomas Halliwell, Esq., and Barry C. Vaughan, Esq.


                                  9:30 – 10:15 AM

                     “Microscopic and Submicroscopic Defects:
                  Proof and Recoverability of Prospective Damages ”

               Kenneth C. Gibbs, Esq., Judge Robert E. May (ret),
         Kenneth Kasdan, Esq. Theodore L. Senet, Esq. Glenn Barger, Esq.


                                  10:15 – 10:30 AM

                                   Morning Break

                                  10:30 - 11:45 AM

                                “ Superior Court
                             Complex Litigation Panel ”

                     Hon. Nancy Saitta, Hon. Victoria Chaney,
                     Hon. Janet Barton, Hon. Kenneth Fields,
                      Hon. Michael Cherry, Hon. Allan Earl,
                     Hon. Stephen Sundvold, Hon John Erlick

                          Moderated by Alex Polsky, Esq.


                                  11:45 – 12:15 PM

                                Awards Presentation


                                  12:15 - 1:15 PM

                                       Lunch
                  SCHEDULE

                Thursday, May 12th 2005

                     1:15 – 2:15 PM

               “Wraps, OCIPS and CCIPS,
             the Next Generation of Insurance
       in Residential and Commercial Construction”

 Sandy Kaplan, Esq., Toni Johnson, Phyllis Modlin, Esq.
     John V. O’Meara, Esq. and Greg Dillion, Esq.

                     2:15 – 3:00 PM

    “ Mediation Approaches in California and Nevada;
       Whose Approach Works Best for Whom? ”

Elaine Fresch, Esq., Bruce Edwards, Esq. John Thompson,
     Ross Feinberg, Esq. and George D. Calkins, Esq.

                     3:00 – 3:15 PM

                    Afternoon Break

                     3:15 – 4:15 PM

              “Scenes from the Courtroom:
        Strategies for Effective Use of Technology
         in Winning Mold Bodily Injury Trials ”

                 Victoria Ersoff, Esq.
          Kevin Smith, Esq. and Josh Rosefsky

                     4:15 – 5:15 PM

  “ A Survival Guide to Additional Insured Endorsements:
Recent Developments and Trends for Weathering the Storm ”

      George Yaron, Esq., Matthew J. Liedle, Esq.,
      Paul Amirata, Esq. and Stephen Henning, Esq.

                     5:15 – 6:15 PM

                   Cocktail Reception
                 Sponsored by
                                       SCHEDULE

                                       Friday May 13th 2005

                            Registration and Breakfast - 7:30AM - 8:30AM


Center Ballroom                                                                  South Ballroom
8:30 – 9:30 AM                                                                         8:30 – 9:30 AM

“Ethics and Professionalism in                         “Issues Presented by Changes in the Insured’s
Construction Defect Litigation ”                        Business from Individual to Corporation, from
                                                       Solvency to Insolvency ”

Tom Lincoln, Esq.                                      Marie L. Roehm, Esq. and Todd Fisher, Esq.


9:30 – 10:30 AM                                                                       9:30 – 10:30 AM

“Is the Gravy Train Slowing?:                                  “ The Cooperative Defense Agreement ”
New Policy Forms Seek to Limit Insurance
Coverage for Owners, Developers and General
Contractors ”

Dennis Neil Jones, Esq. and David Ezra, Esq.             John O’Hara, Esq. and Mark Milstein, Esq.


                                           10:30 – 11:00 AM

                                            Morning Break

11:00 – 12:00 PM                                                                     11:00 – 12:00 PM


“A Practical Guide to Claim Handling and                       “ The CIGA Code: Unraveling the Dirty
Resolution Methodologies for Large                                    Little Secrets of State Guarantee
Construction Defect Cases. ”                                     Associations, California and Beyond ”

Jeffrey Gillette, Esq.,                                                              Ian Corzine, Esq.
Cathy Syhre
John Miller, Esq.

12:00 – 1:00 PM                                                                      12:00 – 1:00 PM

“Emerging Issues in Arizona and Nevada                 “Carving-Out Subcontractors from Settlements
Construction Defect & Insurance Coverage Law ”                  and the Impact on Subcontractors ”

Jill Ann Herman, Esq., J. Gregory Cahill, Esq.,                   Joe Ferentino, Esq., Tom Bohl, Esq.
James Pengilly, Esq., Scott Thomas, Esq.                    Hon. Stephen Sundvold and Al Clark, Esq.
and Charles Litt, Esq.
                                       West Coast Casualty’s
                                     Construction Defect Seminar
                                          May 12th and 13th, 2005
                                      The Disneyland Hotel and Resort
                                        Anaheim, California U.S.A.




                                                    1958 - 2004

                 The Sue Kounalis / Susan Laura Musick
                          Scholarship Award
This year, West Coast Casualty's Construction Defect Seminar, along with the generous contribution(s) of S.C. Wright
Construction, Inc., is proud to present an educational scholarship in the name of Susan Sue Kounalis / Susan Laura
Musick. Susan was a construction defect claims adjuster prior to her untimely passing.

Sue was born in 1958 and received her Bachelors degree from the University of Phoenix in 1981. She worked in the
insurance industry for many years, at a number of companies including Allstate, 20th Century, St. Paul, as well as at
West Coast Casualty Service. Sue knew, and loved her work in the insurance industry. Sue could tell a story like no
one else, with such humor and energy. Sue had a quick wit, the most colorful personality and infectious laugh. Sue
loved kids and would help the neighborhood kids with their homework, school projects, etc on a regular basis. Sue
also worked as a substitute teacher in the Jurupa Unified School District at both the middle school and Rubidoux High
School where her niece Danielle was a student. Sue worked with, and tutored Danielle.

Sue will be remembered by this community as someone who was a real joy to work with, a person who was extremely
vivacious, full of life and filled with good humor. Sue was a person who was both popular and admired by all those
who had the honor of knowing her. Sue’s brother, Kevin, advised that Sue loved her family and friends and enjoyed
life in general. She was always doing for others and placed herself second, but for those who knew Sue, that was just
her way.

West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar and S.C. Wright Construction, Inc. wish to acknowledge Sue’s
memory in a living tribute through an educational scholarship fund established and fully funded by S.C. Wright
Construction, Inc. for Sue’s niece, Danielle. The Sue Kounalis / Susan Laura Musick Scholarship Award will be
presented at West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar on Thursday May 12, 2005 at the Disneyland Hotel
and Resort.

West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar gratefully acknowledges;




                                  S.C. WRIGHT CONSTRUCTION, INC.

for their kindness, generous contribution and support of this educational scholarship in the name of Sue Kounalis /
Susan Laura Musick.
                                        West Coast Casualty’s
                                      Construction Defect Seminar
                                           May 12th and 13th, 2005
                                       The Disneyland Hotel and Resort
                                         Anaheim, California U.S.A.




                                                     1923 -2003


                    The Fred Harding Scholarship Award
This year, West Coast Casualty's Construction Defect Seminar, along with the generous contribution of MC
Consultants, is proud to present an educational scholarship in the name of Fred Harding. Mr. Harding was a
construction defect claims adjuster for the Golden Eagle Insurance Company prior to his untimely passing.

Fred will be remembered as an exemplarily member of this community. Fred was a person who was well respected,
appreciated and admired by all those who had the honor and privilege of knowing him.

Prior to being a strong advocate on behalf of his employer, Fred was an attorney in upstate New York, he also served
in the Armed Forces of the United States and was a veteran. Fred volunteered his time and efforts as a sponsor for
Alcoholics Anonymous in Glendale, CA. Fred also loved Jazz, but Jazz was unmatched for the love of his wife, Carol
as well as his daughter Jace and his three granddaughters for whom he had a major role in their upbringing.

West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar and MC Consultants wishes to acknowledge Fred’s memory in a
living tribute through an educational scholarship fund exclusively established by MC Consultants for one of Fred’s
granddaughters, Simone, who has just recently entered Loyola Marymount University.

The Fred Harding Scholarship Award will be presented at West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar on
Thursday May 12, 2005 at the Disneyland Hotel and Resort.

West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar gratefully acknowledges

            Julie Martinet, Marianne Cutcher, Ed Martinet and Marshall Sigesmund of




for their kindness, generosity, good spirit and support of this educational scholarship in the name of Fred Harding.
                                             Hon. Jerrold S. Oliver (1934 - 1996)




             The Jerrold S. Oliver Award of Excellence
Each year, West Coast Casualty’s Annual Construction Defect Seminar recognizes an individual
who is outstanding or has contributed to the betterment of the construction defect community. This
person is recognized at the seminar and receives a plaque citing his or her achievement. This
award has been named after the late Judge Jerrold S. Oliver who was truly a “ founding father ” in
the alternate resolution process in construction defect claims and litigation. His loyalty and
commitment to this community were beyond mere words. The award, affectionately referred to as
the “Ollie” is presented each year at our seminar to someone who has invoked the same spirit of
commitment, loyalty and trust for the betterment of the entire construction defect community.

This year, we asked 900 members of the construction defect community to nominate someone
whom they believed to be deserving of this award and the top nominees are:

       ____ Cathy Syhre                      Principal, CCS Consulting
       ____ Craig Meredith, Esq.             Meredith, Weinstein and Numbers
       ____ Ed Martinet                      Principal, MC Consultants
       ____ Gerald Kurland, Esq.             Mediator, JAMS

Please take a moment of your busy day to help us select who is deserving of this year’s “ Ollie ”.
I would like to vote for: __________________________________________________________
Reason: _______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

Your Name: ___________________________________________________________________

Of:_______________________________ Telephone Number: (                ) ______________________
    Along with the recognition of the award is a donation in the winner’s name to Habitat for
                              Humanity as well as a local charity

          You can vote regardless of whether or not you are coming to the seminar.
              Please return by Tuesday April 12, 2005 by mail, fax or e-mail to:

                              West Coast Casualty Service, Inc.
                    29219 Canwood Street # 220, Agoura Hills, CA 91301
        Tel. 818 735 3595 - Fax. 818 735 3596 - E-mail: claims@westcoastcasualty.com
                                                        Larry Syhre




            The Larry Syhre Commitment to Service Award
This award named in honor of Larry Syhre (1948-1998), former claims manager of the Brea
branch office of C.N.A., is awarded on a yearly basis to a claims professional who has dedicated
themselves to providing ongoing service and commitment to the construction defect community.
Along with the recognition of the award is a plaque in the winner’s name as well as a donation to
The Larry Syhre Foundation.

The Larry Syhre Foundation was established in Larry’s name and its proceeds benefit an
assortment of charities including The PADRE Foundation, (PADRE sponsors children at diabetes
camps where they meet other children learning to live with the same challenge. PADRE also funds
research towards curing diabetes), the Project HOPE School Foundation (funds are used to support
the only school in Orange County dedicated to the education of homeless children) and the Larry
Syhre Memorial “Cool to Care” Award at Larry’s high school in Webster, South Dakota:

June 6, 2005 is the date of the next Larry Syhre Memorial Golf Tournament to be held at the
Yorba Linda Country Club. For information regarding the next Larry Syhre Memorial Golf
Tournament, please contact:


                             Roger G. Wells, CPA
                             2042 Burnt Mill Road
                             Tustin, CA 92782
                             Telephone: (714) 832-1296
                             Fax:         (714) 832-1673
                             E-mail:      rwells@cox.net
            West Coast Casualty’s
          Construction Defect Seminar
                     The Disneyland Resort Hotel
                       May 12th and 13th, 2005
                   is proud to lend its support to the


  8th ANNUAL PENNY GOLF CLASSIC
                 Friday, May 13th, 2005




                      All proceeds benefit the




      so they can continue to provide patient services &
             free-of-charge educational materials.
This service is available globally for children, as well as adults.
         The ABTA receives no government funding, and is a
     not-for-profit, independent, 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

    Please join us for a little fun and fundraising!
         For Sponsorships, Prize Contributions, Volunteers,
             Golf and Dinner Registration, please contact:
     Kristi or Harry Cole: (714) 730-0777 Fax (714) 669-4528
                E-mail: PennyGolfClassic@aol.com
              Web page: www.PennyGolfClassic.com
                    ABTA website: www.abta.org
  West Coast Casualty Service, Inc.
       Proudly Gives its Support to:                     Buy a Banner . . . . ,
    The New York City                                         Support a Charity . . . . ,
    Fire Department’s                                                 Lift a Life . . . .”
   Widows and Children’s
          Fund                                           At its ongoing Construction Defect Seminars,
In loving memory of a true American hero                 those wishing to receive recognition for the
                                                         support of West Coast Casualty’s Charity
                                                         Program may purchase a banner to hang in
                                                         the halls of the seminar event. The banner
                                                         will acknowledge the name of the sponsor as
                                                         well as the charity itself. The “Buy a Banner,
                                                         Support a Charity” program is tax
                                                         deductible(*) and sponsors of this program
                                                         will be recognized in the seminar handout.
              Mychal Judge,
                Chaplain
       New York City Fire Department                     West Coast Casualty’s corporate charity
               1943 - 2001                               sponsorship program includes;

The City of Hope, Los Angeles Firefighters’ Widows and Orphans Fund, Interval
House Crisis Centers for Battered Women and Children of Long Beach, Shriners’
Hospital, The Los Angeles Mission, Disabled American Veterans of Orange
County, The American Parkinson’s Association, Blind Children’s Learning Center
of Santa Ana, AIDS Walk Los Angeles and Habitat for Humanity.

No matter who the banner is named for, the results are that the proceeds will go for a
worthy cause in the name of someone you knew or someone who touched your
heart.
Please contact me to participate in this worthwhile cause. I’ll always be available to
take your calls, answer any questions and offer any assistance.
                                              Coral Stern, President
                                       West Coast Casualty Service, Inc.
                                        29219 Canwood Street, Suite 220
                                            Agoura Hills, CA 91301
                                Tel. 818 735 3595, Ext. 108 - Fax 818 735-3596
                                       coralstern@westcoastcasualty.com
(*) In order to receive tax deductible status, a charity participating in the “ Buy a Banner, Support a Charity ” program must
meet the minimum requirements for non-profit charitable status as established by the Internal Revenue Service Code


West Coast Casualty , the Speakers and Topics Committee, our speakers, vendors and guests of
this years seminar gratefully acknowledge the generosity and support of Derrick Roselli and all the
staff of Uniscribe Professional Services for donating the banners for “Buy A Banner, Support A
Charity” which hang in the halls of the seminar.
                                      West Coast Casualty’s
                                   Construction Defect Seminar
                                Air Travel Requirements
                                                    Provided By

                         Altour Classic Cruise & Travel
Altour Classic Cruise and Travel has been selected as the official travel agency for West Coast Casualty’s
Construction Defect Seminar for May 2005. We are a full service travel organization headquartered in
Woodland Hills, California. Our large single location allows us to offer all the sophisticated services
available to this industry, while maintaining attention to the smallest detail. We excel at providing quality
service and quality control. Altour Classic Cruise and Travel has earned the respect of our suppliers. Our
strong presence in the airline industry has given us the relationships and strong negotiating power necessary
to guarantee the lowest possible rates for our clients.

Please complete the form below, fax and/or mail to Altour Classic at (818) 346-1492. You may also call
Liz Kramer at (818) 346-8747 or email your request to Liz.Kramer@Altour.com

                         Full Name (s)                    as it appears on your Driver’s License

1.                                                       2.
_________________________________                        _________________________________

3.                                                       4.
_________________________________                        _________________________________

Home Address: (Billing address)
Company Name:_______________________________________________________
Street:________________________________________________________________
City:______________________________________ State__________ Zip__________
                                Preferred Travel Itinerary:
Departing from _________________________ On May ________, 2005
                                 (Major airport)
Departure time: ____________
                        (Approximate)
Preferred Airline Carrier:                 American !                  Southwest !                        United !
Return travel date on May ___________, 2005                            Departure time: _____________
                                                                                                   (Approximate)
Seating Preference:           Aisle !              Window ! Center ! Comments:_______________
Frequent Flyer Information: Carrier:________ Number:____________________
We have great Pre and Post Vacation options for you to take advantage of. Please include your
preferred dates above.
Form of Payment:

! Check Enclosed

! Charge the above flight itinerary to my credit card

Credit Card Information: ! Visa ! MasterCard ! American Express ! Discover
Credit Card #___________________________________Exp. Date: _______________
Cardholder’s Full Name (please print)________________________________________
Signature: _____________________________________________________________
                      West Coast Casualty’s
                   Construction Defect Seminar
                    has selected the world renowned

                   Disneyland Hotel
               to be our seminar site and official hotel for
                         West Coast Casualty’s
                      Construction Defect Seminar




 Attendees requiring overnight accommodations may take advantage of
             West Coast Casualty’s special seminar rate of
Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel                            $ 145.00 per night
Disneyland Hotel                                        $ 179.00 per night
Disney’s Grand California Hotel                         $ 215.00 per night
                (May 9, 2005 through May 15, 2005)
       Seminar attendees should make hotel reservations directly
with the Disneyland Hotel by calling the group reservation department at
                        Tel. (714) 520 5005
                                    or
                           Fax. (714) 520 6079
         E-Mail: dl.travel.group.reservation.sales@disney.com
    A block of rooms has been reserved for attendees of the seminar
        and the cut off date for this special rate is April 12, 2005

                   Disneyland Hotel
       1150 West Magic Way, Anaheim, CA 92802
   Who should attend West Coast Casualty’s
        Construction Defect Seminar

Claims Managers, Experts, Developers,
Managing General Agents, Defense Counsel,
Independent Retail Agents and Brokers,
Homeowners, Specialty Trade Subcontractors,
Property Managers, Self Insurers, Judges,
Owner    Controlled   Insurance   Program
Managers, Mediators, Arbitrators, Risk
Retention Managers, Claims Adjusters,
Property Appraisers,   General Contractors,
Consultants, Claims Supervisors, Actuaries,
Administrators of Insurance Programs,
Homeowner Board of Directors, Underwriters,

   A Sampling of West Coast Casualty’s Construction
            Defect Seminar’s Exhibitors;

Brussel Consulting, Construction Defect Claim Manger
Association, Delta Consulting Group, Envioronomics,
Forensis Group, Hutchings Court Reporters, Lombard
Consulting Services, Madsen, Kneppers and Associates,
MC Consultants, Paulson’s Reporting Service, Roel
Construction, S.C. Wright Construction, TerraPacific
Consulting, plus 25 other vendors and service suppliers
                                              MCLE Credits
West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar has applied for MCLE credits from 16 State Bars.
Some level of approval is expected from each individual state bar which will include ethics credits


                                           CPCU and RPA CE
West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar has applied for CE credits from the Society of CPCU
and the Registered Professional Adjusters (RPA) program. Some level of approval is expected from the
CPCU and RPA.


                       Insurance Department Continuing Education Credits (CE)
West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar has applied for continuing education credits from 40
different State Insurance Departments requiring continuing education for adjusters, agents and brokers and
we are awaiting approval (Various state insurance departments require us to inform all interested parties
that an application for CE credits does not guarantee approval which is subject to the various insurance
departments rules, guidelines and regulations). However, in all past events some level of approval has been
received.


                                                 Refunds
A full refund will be provided to those who request same up to fifteen (15) days prior to the first day of
the seminar. There will be no refunds within fifteen (15) days of the first day of the seminar.


                                         Handicap Accessibility
West Coast Casualty encourages and seeks participation from all members of the physically
challenged community. In that regard, West Coast Casualty will only agree to hold its events at sites and
locations that meet or exceed the minimum requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA) and Title 21 of the California Administrative Code. Please contact West Coast Casualty for any
special needs or requirements.


                                              Cancellation
West Coast Casualty assumes no liability in the event a speaker is unable to attend and reserves the
right to replace any speaker at West Coast Casualty’s sole discretion.



West Coast Casualty Service certifies that this activity conforms to the minimum
standards for approved educational activities prescribed by those states and
organizations from which West Coast Casualty seeks continuing education
accreditation.


                For Continuing Seminar Information Updates
               Please Call (818) 735 3595 Extension “ 3 ”
             SEMINAR                     RE G I S T R A T I O N                       FORM


Name(s): ______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________


Company / Firm / Organization : ____________________________________________________

Address: _______________________________________________________________________


City:_______________State:__________ Country: ______________ Post/Zip Code: __________

Your Phone No (          ) ______________________ Your Fax No. (                          ) ________________

Your E-Mail Address: _________________________@ ________________________                            .______
                                 399.00 Per Person
_____ Individual Registration(s) $                              or
                                          $349.00 Per Person if registered by April 12, 2005
_____ Table Registration(s) $ 3990.00 Per Table                 or
                                         $3490.00 Per Table if registered by April 12, 2005
(Table registration is for 10 individual guests and sponsor gets its name on reserved table at lunch)
               Please attach a list for table registration with the name of each guest
                         and his/her organization to this registration form
By Mail _____Check Enclosed (Please make check payable to West Coast Casualty Service, Inc.)

By Fax _____ Please Bill my ____________VISA - or -                   ___________ MasterCard
   REGISTRATION FORM MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY FULL PAYMENT

Account # ____________________________________________________________________
Expiration Date: ____________________
Signature: _____________________________________________________________________
            May 6, 2005 will be the last day to pre register, otherwise registration
                           will be conducted on site, space permitting.
                 Please return this registration form by mail, fax or e-mail to:

                                 West Coast Casualty Service Inc.
                   29219 Canwood Street # 220, Agoura Hills, CA 91301
                          Tel. 818 735 3595 - Fax. 818 735 3596 –
                         E-mail: cdseminar@westcoastcasualty.com
                         All reservations accepted on a first come, first served basis.
                          This form may be duplicated for additional reservations

				
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