Date & Time: Wednesday, September 28, 2022 from 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. ET
Webinar Fee: $50
This Program is Online Only
Insurance and the Law Series Cosponsored by
Nina E. Kallen, Esq. – Office of Nina E. Kallen, Attorney at Law
Most personal injury, property damage, and other claims in which an insurance policy is implicated have issues of causation or damages, or coverage under the policy. Whether an attorney is representing the claimant, the defendant, or the insurer, it is crucial to understand the requirement that the insurer adjust the loss in good faith. In Massachusetts that requirement is codified in Mass. Gen. Laws Ch. 93A and 176D.
- How can a plaintiff’s attorney leverage that requirement to bring about an early and fair settlement?
- How can insurance defense counsel separate empty threats of a bad faith lawsuit from legitimate claims?
- What does the insurer’s coverage counsel need to do to protect the insurer when there is a coverage issue?
This webinar will address the process from the submission of the claim through final resolution.
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