MDJW First Friday Webinar - Multiple Claims and Inadequate Limits - Part 2

May 3, 2013

MartnOn Friday, May 3, 2013 at noon, Central Time, MDJW Founding Partner Chris Martin will present Part 2 of “Multiple Claims and Inadequate Limits.”  Claims involving multiple claims with inadequate policy limits under a liability policy can easily create a dangerous minefield for any claim professional.  Suits over the same issue frequently stretch the limits of bad faith case law.

This program will address recent cases in Texas which insurance professionals must understand and appreciate.   The program will continue a discussion started in April covering 3 major topics:

·        Strategies for resolving claims with one insured, multiple claimants and inadequate limits;

·        Strategies for resolving claims involving multiple insureds, multiple claimants and inadequate limits.

·        Strategies to avoid bad faith claims arising out of these dangerous liability claims including a review of recent Texas case law.

Mr. Martin is one of the most recognized insurance attorneys in Texas. He is the author of three legal Treatises on Texas Insurance Law, he is a frequent speaker at state and national insurance programs and conferences, and he served as the professor of Insurance Law at the University of Houston Law School for 10 years. He has won numerous insurance coverage and bad faith jury trials in Texas and 14 other states and he has received national recognition for his skills in trying insurance lawsuits.

We have applied to the Texas Department of Insurance for one hour of Texas CE credit.  We have also applied to the State Bar of Texas for one hour of Texas CLE credit.  Insurance professionals accredited by the Texas Department of Insurance should have their adjuster number available during the training in order to request credit for the course.

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After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.  We have a limit of 200 participants for the webinar.


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