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Litigating Insurance Coverage Claims from Start to Finish

Upcoming Seminars

Program Description

Build a Solid Foundation for Your Insurance Litigation Practice

Insurance litigation procedures and challenges are as diverse as they are extensive. Do you have all the knowledge you need to effectively navigate the system? This engaging overview will walk you through the litigation process step-by-step and simplify some of the more confusing issues of coverage and settlement strategy. Register today!

  • Learn to speak the language of the insurance world in the legal context and become more successful in negotiations.
  • Explore the insurer's duties and insured's rights and protections and gain practical tips for pursuing compliance.
  • Review sample policy language and learn to spot red flags.
  • Discover the most common disputes arising over triggers of coverage and hear how seasoned attorneys handle such challenges.
  • Get detailed instruction on what to include in your initial filing for a strong case opener.
  • Find out when a dispositive motion has the best chance of success.
  • Learn what motions and pleadings will propel your case forward and get sample language to make their drafting easier and more effective.
  • Find out what major considerations come up in arguing “ambiguity in policy” and “actual controversy” and how to effectively counter them.
  • Prepare for your day in court – understand the peculiarities of the insurance coverage trial and improve your courtroom performance.
  • Delve into the complex challenges of conflicts of interest and get actionable strategies for protecting your professional reputation.

Who Should Attend

This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed for:

  • Attorneys
  • In-House Counsel
  • Insurance Claims Professionals
  • Paralegals

Course Content
  1. Insurance Coverage Contract Language 101
  2. Case Evaluation and Pre-Litigation Steps
  3. Initial Pleadings/Motions - Filing the Suit
  4. Discovery of the Insurance Case - Quantifying Damages/Loss
  5. Settlement Strategies
  6. Taking Your Insurance Claim to Trial and Further
  7. Ethical Considerations

Continuing Education Credits:

Continuing Legal Education – CLE: 6.00
Insurance – Insurance: 7.00

* denotes specialty credits

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December 01, 2011