We have a great program lined up for November 17, 2017 in Tampa, Florida:
Preparing Field Adjusters for Deposition
Speakers: Sarah Goldberg, Charles Watkins and Jennifer Newell of Federated National Insurance
Fired up and ready to go...This session will prepare and train Field Adjusters to bring their A-game to a fraud deposition.
Proving Material Misrepresentation and Fraud in Florida
Speakers: Valerie Dondero and Nicole Ellis
Did they lie, and is the lie a misrepresentation or fraud? This presentation will explore methods and strategies for handling claims where misrepresentation and/or fraud is suspected and provide direction to defend.
Look Who's Talking Now
The Story of the Bait and Switch: Assignment of Benefits
Speakers: Nicole Wulwick and Anthony Atala
This course will prepare claims professionals on the evolution of assignment of benefits, the practical implications and strategies to determine whether an assignment is sufficient, and how to defend it if it's not.
The Good (faith), The Bad (faith), And (how to avoid), the Ugly...in claims handling
The Ugly Potential of Bad Faith Claims
Speakers: Joseph Carey, Michael Walsh and Anthony Atala
Don't just talk "good faith," act in "good faith." This session will assist claims professionals from falling into common traps of bad faith, and understanding the difference between good and bad faith.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
The Two Faces of the Concurrent Cause Doctrine
Speakers: Stefanie Capps, Jarred Dichek and Kendra Therrell
Claims professionals will learn about the current legal issues involving the Concurrent Cause Doctrine following the Florida Supreme Court ruling December 1, 2016 in Sebo, including: practical applications, the impact upon the current claims landscape and how it applies to handling cases in litigation and preparing for trial.
The Money Pit
Walking through a Post-Claim Inspection
Speakers: Nicole Wulwick, Scott Rosso and Dr. Ralph Moon of GHD
This course will set out a step-by-step guide to inspecting a property after a plumbing loss or roof leak claim is claimed.
The courses have been approved for continuing education credits by the State of Florida and guests will be eligible to receive up to six Florida Adjuster Continuing Education Credits.
For registration information, please contact Aileen Diaz at email@example.com.