Have you ever wondered about when an insurer is obligated to issue payment for a covered loss, or what the necessary conditions are to trigger that obligation? What about the considerations, pros and cons, of submitting a proof of loss? Or how insureds can effectively use coverage extensions, additional coverages and sublimit in their claims?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you should be attending the American Bar Association’s Property Insurance Law Committee’s Spring CLE Program April 6-8, 2017, entitled Show Me the Money!

This program provides an exclusive opportunity for attendees to hear from and interact with both policyholder and insurance company attorneys and representatives. Offering 11.5 hours of continuing legal education credits, including one hour of ethics, the program focuses on various issues related to payment under an insurance policy. Issues related to timing triggers, undisputed and partial payments, insurable interest, and ethical considerations related to payment will all be addressed, just to name a few. The program will also host a panel presentation on calculating actual cash value and replacement cost values from insurance experts at JS Held, LLC, ProCor Solutions, Quantum Global Advisors, and Matson Driscoll & Damico.

The program will kick off Thursday evening (April 6, 2017) with a Welcome Reception sponsored by Merlin Law Group at the JW Marriott in Orlando, Florida. The CLE program begins Friday morning and continues through Saturday afternoon. Golfers are encouraged to take part in the Friday afternoon golf tournament at the Waldorf Astoria Gold Club. Registration for the program can be found by clicking here.

See you on the 6th!