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WESTBROOK, Maine (Dec. 03, 2018)  Acadia Insurance, a Berkley Company®, is pleased to announce that Patrick Finn, Director of Claims Special Accounts at Acadia Insurance, has been awarded The Institutes’ Distinguished Level Outstanding Course Leader Award. The award honors course instructors who have taught 30 or more classes in which enrollees have met or exceeded the national exam pass ratio.

The Distinguished Level is the highest level of the Outstanding Course Leader Award that an instructor can receive. Patrick is one of only nine instructors who have received this award.

“Congratulations to Patrick on earning this prestigious and meaningful industry award,” said Doug Nelson, President, Acadia Insurance. “This is a testament to Patrick’s dedication to the professional development and success of each employee he teaches.”

For more information on the Distinguished Level Outstanding Course Leader Award, please visit

About Acadia Insurance

Acadia Insurance is a regional company offering commercial and specialty property casualty insurance coverages through independent insurance agents with local offices in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont.  Acadia Insurance is a member company of Berkley. W. R. Berkley Corporation is an insurance holding company that is among the largest commercial lines writers in the United States and operates worldwide in two segments of the property casualty insurance business: Insurance and Reinsurance.  Please visit

Products and services are provided by one or more insurance company subsidiaries of W. R. Berkley Corporation. Not all products and services are available in every jurisdiction, and the precise coverage afforded by any insurer is subject to applicable underwriting guidelines and the actual terms and conditions of the policies as issued. Certain coverages may be provided through surplus lines insurance company subsidiaries of W. R. Berkley Corporation through licensed surplus lines brokers. Surplus lines insurers do not generally participate in state guaranty funds and insureds are therefore not protected by such funds.


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