Our  next  MDJW  “First  Friday”  Web  Seminar  will  be  held  this  Friday,  October  5,  2012  at  noon Central.  Kenni Lucas, a partner in the Houston office of MDJW will present “Adjuster Toolbox,” an overview of some unique “tools” which can be used by adjusters, claim managers, and litigation managers to reasonably, fairly, and ethically adjust and resolve a wide variety of claims in Texas.  Ms. Lucas will discuss the latest trends in contractual, statutory, and common law in Texas and discuss some creative ideas which those handling Texas claims should consider during the handling of their claims.  She will also discuss some creative tools which can assist adjusters in meeting those obligations while avoiding litigation exposure.

Ms. Lucas has 25 years of experience in the Texas insurance industry.  Before getting her law degree, she worked in P&C underwriting, agency claims management, and as a licensed P&C adjuster for a major insurance carrier.  Ms. Lucas’ law practice involves the defense of lawsuits involving coverage, extra- contractual liability and policy interpretation issues in both commercial and personal lines policy litigation, as well as assisting with complex claims investigations.

One hour of free CE credit will be available to all insurance professionals for the program.  Please have your TDI adjuster number available when you register.

To   register   for   this   presentation,   please   go   to   the   registration   page   at   the   attached   link:

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining this Friday’s CE program.  As always, our “First Friday” Web Seminar is free.

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