The hurricanes of 2016 and 2017 brought home many E&O issues that have (unfortunately) surfaced almost every time a hurricane makes landfall. During these classes (Part1 and Part 2) FAIA's chief "E&O Bird Dog" (David Thompson) will moderate a panel that includes an E&O defense attorney, a litigation coordinator of a large personal injury law firm, an agent who is "in the trenches," and an agent who has extensive time as an expert witness.
Actual claims that took place will be analyzed looking at what went wrong but more importantly how easy the mistake typically is to prevent. Other subjects will include uninsured motorists, notice of policy changes, importance of education, the dangers of creating a higher duty, carrier vs. agency claims, post loss mistakes, and BI/EE with off premises utility failure. Seeing these true experts is a rare opportunity.
Credit Hours: CE #102492, 2-20 - General Lines (Property & Casualty), 2 hours
Price: $48 members, $68 nonmembers.