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Avoiding Pitfalls with First Party Property Casualty Claim 2018

Product ID: CA2759D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

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First party insurance claims may seem straightforward, but unique issues can arise when dealing with property damage claims. Ensure you can properly advise your clients and help them avoid common difficulties during the claims process, by understanding:

  • Distinctions between all risk vs. covered perils policies
  • Causation, concurrent causation, and ensuing loss
  • Suit limitations and statute of limitations issues
  • Loss valuation: actual cash value, replacement cost value, and co-insurance
  • Business interruption and time-element coverages

If you’re unfamiliar with first party property policies, you don’t want to miss Understanding and Avoiding Pitfalls with First Party Property Casualty Claims.

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Watch out!

First party insurance claims may seem straightforward, but unique issues can arise when dealing with property damage claims. Ensure you can properly advise your clients and help them avoid common difficulties during the claims process, by understanding:

  • Distinctions between all risk vs. covered perils policies
  • Causation, concurrent causation, and ensuing loss
  • Suit limitations and statute of limitations issues
  • Loss valuation: actual cash value, replacement cost value, and co-insurance
  • Business interruption and time-element coverages

If you’re unfamiliar with first party property policies, you don’t want to miss Understanding and Avoiding Pitfalls with First Party Property Casualty Claims.

Read More ↓

Jeffrey O. Davis is a partner in Quarles & Brady’s Milwaukee office. He is a member of the firm’s litigation group and chairs the firm's Insurance Recovery practice, in which capacity he leads a team that maintains a substantive focus on all aspects of insurance litigation and counseling on behalf of policyholders, including commercial general liability, directors and officers and other claims-made coverages, first-party property, and bad faith. He is currently listed as a Wisconsin Super Lawyer in the area of business litigation and in Best Lawyers in America in the area of insurance law, and he regularly speaks and writes on a variety of different coverage matters. He also currently teaches Insurance Law as an adjunct professor at the Marquette University Law School.

Patrick S. Nolan is a partner with the Milwaukee office of Quarles & Brady, LLP, focusing on product liability, personal injury, and insurance coverage litigation. He attended the London School of Economics and Political Science (1991–92), received his B.S. from Boston College in 1993, and received his J.D. in 1997 from Marquette University Law School, where he served as managing editor of the Marquette Law Review. Mr. Nolan is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Defense Research Institute, Wisconsin Defense Counsel, and the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section of the American Bar Association.

  • Be prepared for changing interpretations of insurance law
  • Receive a comprehensive review of first party coverage as it relates to property damage
  • Gain insights from experienced insurance law litigators
  • Attorneys involved in insurance coverage litigation and/or insurance regulation
  • Lawyers advising clients on insurance issues
  • Business law attorneys
  • Corporate counsel
  • General practitioners
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