PLRB

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PLRBProperty Loss Research Bureau
PLRBPennsylvania Labor Relations Board (Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry)
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The Property Loss Research Bureau and the Liability Insurance Research Bureau are not-for-profit associations of property and casualty insurance companies.
Property Loss Research Bureau: Claims Conference, March 22-25, Washington State Convention & Trade, Seattle, www.plrb.org.
Property Loss Research Bureau: Eastern Regional Adjusters Conference, June 24-25, Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, R.I., www.plrb-lirbregionals.com.
Property Loss Research Bureau: PLRB/LIRB Claims Conference, April 13-16, Sheraton Boston, Boston Marriott & Hynes Convention Center, Boston, www.plrb.org.
Property Loss Research Bureau: Eastern Regional Adjuster Conference, June 2-4, Embassy Suites Tampa, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Fla., www.plrb.org.
Property Loss Research Bureau & Liability Insurance Research Bureau: Claims Conference, March 18-21, Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel, Orlando, Fla., www.plrb.org.
The more than 450 attendees of the Property Loss Research Bureau's National Mold Symposium II in May heard speakers take on the myths concerning mold and its effects on health and address the future legal battles centering on subrogation and pollution exclusion clauses in policies.
This month's Coverage Analysis Column is prepared by the Property Loss Research Bureau as a service to Claims readers.
Sande Salstone is counsel and senior research analyst for the Property Loss Research Bureau in Downers Grove, Ill.
Claim professionals interested in keeping current with industry trends and changes are heading to San Antonio, Texas for the upcoming Claims Conference and Insurance Services Expo, held annually by the Property Loss Research Bureau and the Liability Insurance Research Bureau.
17-20 -- Property Loss Research Bureau, Conference & Insurance Service Expo, Marriott River Center, San Antonio, TX.
They also will continue to add material to their web site, as well as interact with the Property Loss Research Bureau and other claim organizations.
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