Handling Insurance Claims When Multiple Policies Provide Coverage 2020

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Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This program is an excerpt from We've Got You Covered: Insurance Coverage in Wisconsin 2019, which was co-produced with the Wisconsin Defense Counsel's Insurance Law Committee

Multiple policies? No problem.

Making a coverage determination can be complicated, but Brian D. Anderson will simplify the process of how to navigate a claim when multiple insurance policies are involved.

Learn strategies to ensure you find all possible coverages for the claims that cross your desk. Come away with a better understanding of how Wisconsin courts define single vs. multiple occurrences, as well as tips for:

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Tuesday, January 21, 202012:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

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This program is an excerpt from We've Got You Covered: Insurance Coverage in Wisconsin 2019, which was co-produced with the Wisconsin Defense Counsel's Insurance Law Committee

Multiple policies? No problem.

Making a coverage determination can be complicated, but Brian D. Anderson will simplify the process of how to navigate a claim when multiple insurance policies are involved.

Learn strategies to ensure you find all possible coverages for the claims that cross your desk. Come away with a better understanding of how Wisconsin courts define single vs. multiple occurrences, as well as tips for:

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This program is an excerpt from We've Got You Covered: Insurance Coverage in Wisconsin 2019, which was co-produced with the Wisconsin Defense Counsel's Insurance Law Committee

Multiple policies? No problem.

Making a coverage determination can be complicated, but Brian D. Anderson will simplify the process of how to navigate a claim when multiple insurance policies are involved.

Learn strategies to ensure you find all possible coverages for the claims that cross your desk. Come away with a better understanding of how Wisconsin courts define single vs. multiple occurrences, as well as tips for:

Read More ↓

Brian D. Anderson is a trial and appellate attorney with the Green Bay firm Everson, Whitney, Everson & Brehm, S.C. His practice focuses primarily on representing insurers and their insureds in liability and contract matters.

Prior to joining the Everson Law Firm, Brian was an Assistant Professor at Ohio Northern University College of Law, where he taught international and comparative law subjects as part of the first-year curriculum. He was also engaged in law reform projects as a rule of law advisor in Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and sub-Saharan Africa, and remains engaged as a consultant for the U.S. and foreign governments on law reform in developing democracies. After graduating from law school, he was a law clerk for the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rwanda during the 2010-2011 term.

A native of Milwaukee, WI, Brian earned his B.A. in Political Science from UW- Milwaukee, his Masters in Information Science from the University of Illinois, and his JD and LLM from Ohio Northern University.

  • Understand how multiple insurance policies can affect each other
  • Find and maximize all of the coverage owed to your clients
  • Review how different types of policies can impact claims that cross your desk
  • Insurance law attorneys
  • Personal injury lawyers
  • Civil litigators
  • Tort lawyers
  • General practitioners
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