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10th Annual Moody Insurance Golf Tournament to Benefit Judi’s House

We are very excited to announce that we will be working with Judi’s House for our 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament! We have been so lucky to work with this organization over the past few years and we are thrilled to be able to help them again next year! We would love for you to

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Unscrambling the Claims Puzzle

When: November 1, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Understanding your rights and responsibilities after an employee is injured is a key component in managing claim costs. This class connects the pieces involved in workers’ compensation claims. It provides information about the benefits and rules and equips you with ways to play an active role

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Current Construction Defect Issues – Contracting & Insurance Concerns

When: September 29, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

The seminar will focus on recent issues and trends in construction defect claims and insurance coverage issues in Colorado, recent and anticipated legislative efforts to address construction defect action reform and contractual strategies for developers, contractors, design professionals and others in the construction industry to address

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On To The Election: For November & Beyond

With the Presidential Election heating up, James Slotnick with Sun Life Financial came to our office and discussed how each side will position the successes and failures of the Affordable Care Act, where the candidates will focus their efforts in the general election, why other states are watching the Amendment 69 vote, and how a

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Moody Insurance Raises $107,091 for Judi’s House

Moody Insurance presented a $107,091 check on Aug. 26 to Judi’s House, a grief support center for children and families in the Denver area. The funds were raised at Moody’s 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament, bringing the total raised over the last five years for Judi’s House to more than $397,000.

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