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Storm Law: Snow, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, What is Next? - TO011812

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This product includes audio files and electronic materials for the “Storm Law: Snow, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, What is Next?" CLE, presented on January 18, 2012.

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Storm Law: Snow, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, What is Next?
Insurance and Other Resources Explored

Program Time
2.0 Hours

Presented by the Insurance Law Section

About the Program:
This seminar provides an overview of property loss under homeowners and commercial insurance policies, as well as common exclusions. Flood insurance and business interruption insurance will be explored. Attendees will learn the nuts and bolts of claims handling, including quantification and related documentation, how to work with adjusters and their experts, and valuable claims handling tips. Lastly, the panel will review other resources, including FEMA.

Program Faculty
Marilyn B. Fagelson,
Murtha Cullina LLP, New Haven

Karen H. Cusato, CPA, CFE, Cusato Consulting, Forensic Accounting Services, Westport
Gerald P. Dwyer, Jr., Robinson & Cole LLP, Hartford
Finley T. Harckham, Anderson Kill & Olick PC, New York, NY
Peter R. Kochenburger, Executive Director, Insurance Law Center, Director of Graduate Programs, Associate Clinical Professor of Law, University of Connecticut School of Law, Hartford

Who Should Purchase
Attorneys who handle or wish to handle insurance claims, whether defending or prosecuting. In-house or outside counsel for insurance companies or companies with commercial property policies and/or claims; young lawyers; law students and LLM students.