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Dan Dyce, CPCU RPA CTM is a consultant specializing in residential earthquake claim handling.   His forte is the ability to train claim adjusters on earthquake policy coverage and claim handling in a humorous and memorable way.   He is often called upon to teach the California earthquake claim handling accreditation class that adjusters who might handle an earthquake claim in California must take every three years.

He also presents an informative and entertaining key note speech based on his book "Turbocharge Your Career on Your Lunch Hour."  Available as an e-book or paperback. 


For 14 years he was the Claim Manager for the California Earthquake Authority (CEA), the largest residential earthquake insurance company in the USA.  In that capacity, he oversaw the earthquake claim handling of 21-member insurance companies who were responsible to take and process CEA earthquake claims.   


He was previously a claim manager with CIGNA insurance company where he supervised commercial and residential property claims in five Western states.     


Dan previously served as a Consultant to the Applied Technology Council ( as a member of the Project Technical Committee for the update of the 2020 Industry Guidelines for the assessment and repair of earthquake damage in residential woodframe buildings.


He served on the governing board for The California Residential Mitigation Program (CRMP).   CRMP was established to assist California homeowners who wish to seismically retrofit their houses with grants and incentives.


Dan is a graduate of California State Polytechnic University and has worked in the insurance industry his whole career.  He has held positions in underwriting, insurance operations and claims.


He is a CPCU (Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter) and a past president of Sacramento Valley Chapter of CPCU.   He has also earned the RPA (Registered Professional Adjuster) designation.  He holds a CTM from Toastmasters International. 


He has written articles for Claims Magazine as well as CPCU News.  He is a regular part of the earthquake coverage panel at PLRB’s (Property Loss Research Bureau) Annual Claims Conference and has presented at the CPCU Annual Meeting and Seminars.  Cell 916.825.0571

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