Casualty/Liability Coverage Trainings

 

 

First Party Property Trainings

 

  • A CGL Policy Primer
  • A Homeowner's Liability Policy Primer
  • A No Fault Primer
  • A UM/SUM Primer
  • ADR and How to Get to "Yes"
  • An Auto Liability Policy Primer
  • An EPLI (Employment Practices Liability Insurance ) Primer
  • Applying New York’s No-Fault and Serious Injury Threshold Laws
  • Avoiding Bad Faith and Spotting the Setup Scenario
  • Bad Faith
  • Business Income Coverage
  • Chaos Breeds Resolution: Mediation and the Role of Coverage Counsel in Resolving Chaos
  • Child Victims Act: Insurance Issues
  • Connecticut Insurance
  • Construction Defect Coverage Claims
  • Coverage B - Understanding Personal and Advertising Coverages
  • Cyber & Privacy Claims: Finding the Coverage
  • Fidelity Coverage: Does Direct Still Mean Direct?
  • Good Faith Claims Handling
  • Good Faith, Consequential Damages and Extra-Contractual Liability – the New York Experience
  • Insurance 101 -- An Introduction to the CGL Policy
  • Insured-Selected Counsel: When is it Necessary and How to Avoid and Control?
  • Life after Burlington – How Do We Resolve “Additional Insured“ Issues?
  • Life after Carlson – When is a Policy “Issued or Delivered in New York” to Trigger Draconian Requirements of CPLR 3420(d)(2)?
  • Most Common Mistakes Made in Handling New York Coverage Problems and How to Prevent Them
  • Navigating Liability Risks and the Litigation Process with and for Your Client
  • No Fault – Nuts and Bolts
  • NY Coverage Letters – Nuts & Bolts: How to Create and Write and Timely Send a Disclaimer Letter and NY’s Special Dangers with Reservation of Rights Letters
  • Preventing Bad Faith Claims – Liability Cases
  • Rise of the Robots - The Coming Age of Automation in Automobiles
  • Strategic Approaches to Resolving Insurance Coverage Disputes: Do We Defend and Start a DJ? Do We Sit Back and Wait?
  • The Cooperation Clause - How to Handle
  • The Defend or DJ Dilemma
  • The Examination Under Oath: What is it and How to Prepare
  • The Ins, Outs and Forgetaboutits of Third-party practice, Indemnity and Anti-subrogation
  • The Primary and Excess Relationship
  • The Serious Injury Threshold
  • Too Many Claimants, Not Enough Limits
  • Vicarious Liability Related to Employers and Automobiles
  • You, Me, and the Oxford Comma in Insurance
  • What You Need to Know, to Get What you Need (and Protect What  You Have)- Exploring Discovery Disputes in Insurance Claims

 

 


 


 

 
  • Oops”, Ethics in Claim Handling and Underwriting
  • 1st & 3rd Party Coverage Issues Related to Mold
  • 1st-Party Bad Faith and Consequential Damages Litigation:  Case Law Review
  • Advance Payments on First-Party Property Claims:  What Adjusters Need to Know
  • Annual Update on the Most Prominent Property Coverage Cases in the Past Year
  • Automobile Diminution in Value Claims: 1st-Party and 3rd-Party Coverage and Liability Issues
  • Business Income Coverage
  • Cat Cleanup - Legal and Regulatory Pitfalls to Avoid
  • COVID-19 First Party Coverage Issues
  • Diminution in Value and Utility Company Liability Claims
  • Discoverability of Insurer and Independent Adjuster File Materials
  • Discoverability of Special Investigation Unit Files and Cheese – What Do They Have in Common?
  • ED - Discovery of Electronic Evidence
  • Effective Liability Disclaimers and Coverage Denials under Insurance Law § 3420(d)(2)
  • Engineers, Accounts and Lawyers - Investigation Business Interruption Losses
  • First Party Property Coverage Issues:  Proof of Loss Forms, Broad Evidence Rule, Public Adjuster Issues and Subrogation
  • First Party Property Issues (Intentional Acts; Material Misrepresentation in the Application; Proof of Loss Forms;
  • First-Party Property Issues Regarding Two-Year Contractual Suit Limitations Conditions and Replacement Cost Coverage
  • Fraud Investigations Involving Mortgagee Claims – Some Common issues (Property Preservation or Property Decimation)
  • Fraud Issues in Weather-Related Claims
  • Good Faith First Party Claims Handling
  • Insurance Starts at Home- Review of First Party Homeowners' Claims
  • Is Your Fire Expert Qualified?  NFPA 1033 “Standards for Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigators”.  Recent Industry Trends Related to Property Claims
  • Lack of Cooperation; and Lack of Capacity
  • Looking for Fraud, and Finding it Too
  • Material Misrepresentation in the Application for Insurance as an Affirmative Defense to Automobile Claims in New York
  • Pardon the Interruption - Business Interruption Coverage in NY
  • Practical Application of the Noncooperation Defense in New York: 1st Party v. 3rd. Party Claims
  • Primer on Appraisal
  • Primer on Proof of Loss Forms (Practical Use and Case Law Review)
  • Prominent 1st-Party Property Issues from a Coverage Litigation and Forensic Accounting Perspective
  • Property Training: Reoccurring Issues
  • Regulation 64 – What Every Property Adjuster and Special Investigator Should Know
  • Rental and Loaner Car Coverage and Liability Issues
  • Sharing with and Requesting Information From Law Enforcement: Statutory & Regulatory Rights and Obligations
  • Special Investigation Training (Most Recent Relevant Topics)
  • Taking Effective Recorded Statements
  • The Broad Evidence Rule
  • The Green Revolution - Evolving Risks in Green Construction 
  • The Seven Deadly Sins of Property Adjusting
  • Things That Make You Want to Same “Hmmm”: Material Misrepresentations in the Application for Insurance and Concealment
  • Top Ten Statutes and Regulations Pertaining to First-Party Property Claims

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