Best's Insurance Law Podcasts feature current Best's Insurance Professional Resources Qualified Members, including lawyers, independent insurance adjusters and expert service providers. They provide insightful opinions and information on trending claims and insurance issues from a legal perspective.
Attorneys Thomas Brown and Patrick Delong from the law firm Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin discuss how traditional automobile accident cases compare to those involving rideshare, and the effect it has on claims.
Expert Service Provider Steve Rundell, PHD & PE from Explico Engineering Company, discusses the importance of forensic visualization in the context of accident and claims investigations.
Attorney Michael Troisi from the law firm Rivkin Radler LLP discusses the most recent impact of COVID-19 on business interruption claims and how courts are interpreting the virus exclusion.
Attorneys Leonard Leicht and Harold Moroknek, both of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, review emerging trends in trucking and transportation cases and how counsel are responding to plaintiffs that employ Reptile Theory strategy.
Expert Service Provider Dan Thompson of DeeGee Rehabilitation Technologies discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the vocational and life care planning industry in the US and Canada and what lies ahead.
Adjuster James Barbieri, president and CEO of Claims Advantage Inc. in Georgia, discusses the investigation process involved in commercial vehicle accidents and the potential for fraudulent claims.
Attorney Marcelo Mansur Haddad from the law firm Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroga Advogados addresses the impact of COVID-19 on Brazil's insurance claims.
James Barbieri, president and CEO of Claims Advantage, Inc. in Georgia, discusses how COVID-19 influences fraudulent claims and what investigators and claims managers need to know to identify and fight them.
Tripp Wagner, senior forensic mechanical engineer from expert service provider Jensen Hughes, discusses how COVID-19 has affected forensic engineering and claims handling, and how members of these professions relate to insurers.
Attorney Charles "CJ " Haddick, Jr. from the Harrisburg, PA law office of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. addresses business interruption claims breaking out with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Bill Kanasky and Dr. George Speckart from Courtroom Sciences, Inc. in Irving, Texas discuss nuclear verdicts and what insurance companies and their insureds can do to prevent or limit them.
Expert Service Providers Sean Murphy and LoriAnn Lowery-Biggers from Courtroom Sciences, Inc. discuss Enterprise Risk Management and challenges facing insurance carriers and other corporations.
Attorneys Jim Boyers and Robert Simmons from the law firm Wooden McLaughlin LLPdiscuss the importance of social media in cases and the ethical obligations attorneys have with respect to preserving clients' social media ESI.
Attorneys Heather Fine and Vlada Tasich from the law firm Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman and Goggin examine the expected impact of autonomous vehicles and how it will change the risk environment for insurers.
Attorneys Matt Berkowitz and Brian O'Shea from the law firm Carr Maloney P.C. in Washington, DC discuss data breach class actions and what companies can do to protect their businesses from significant exposure.
Fred Fisher from Fisher Consulting Group discusses when expert testimony is best applied in an insurance claims trial, the styles of depositions employed and the most effective strategies for testimony in typical cases.
Peter Read and Jay Rava, Shareholders and Co-Chairs, New York Construction and Labor Law Practice Group at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman and Goggin discuss litigating and defending New York construction claims and how the Industrial Code Rules impact litigation and strategies in defending these claims.
Attorney John J. Cloherty, III from the law firm Pierce Davis & Perritano LLP discusses what types of cases typically involve electronically stored information (ESI) discovery, how they are impacting claims and mitigating related expenses.
Expert Service Provider Dr. Janine McCartney from HHC Services, Inc. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania discusses why experts are sometimes approached to endorse or accept ghostwritten reports, why this practice is typically considered illegal and unethical, and why it has become an issue.
Expert Service Provider Dr. Allison Muller from Acri Muller Consulting, LLC discusses the impact of toxicology on legal cases and common pitfalls that attorneys should be aware of when looking at test results.
Expert Service Provider Dan Thompson of DeeGee Rehabilitation Technologies discusses vehicle modifications in the US and Canada, the cost issues, and the impact they have on insurance claims.
Attorneys Ed Lewis from Weightmans LLP in the U.K., David Mackenzie from Blaney McMurtry LLP in Canada and David Shannon with Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin in the U.S. discuss emerging cyber threats and the expansion of regulatory risk under GDPR and Canada's PIPEDA.
Attorney Alan S. Goldberger discusses Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act; who is impacted by the law, types of insurance coverages and potential impact on claims.
Attorney Charles (CJ) Haddick, Jr., a shareholder of the Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. law firm discusses recent bad faith decisions and significant insurance coverage developments.
Attorneys Jan Simonsen and Tracy Scott from the law firm of Carr Maloney in Washington, D.C. discuss differences between negligent security and premises liability claims, and the legal standards that apply in these cases.
Attorneys Jennifer Parrott and Melody Kiella of the law firm Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP in Atlanta, GA address the impact of electronic data devices on defense litigation and their effect on future trucking cases.
Attorney Al Goldberger discusses active areas of risk in interscholastic sports and how carriers are responding to claims involving injuries resulting from assaults and other intentional acts.
Attorney Nicole Tackett from the law firm of Vernis & Bowling of Charlotte, North Carolina discusses the special issues that arise in trucking claims as they relate to workers' compensation claims in North Carolina.
Attorney Karen Karabinos from the law firm of Drew Eckl & Farnham discusses the application of judicial estoppel in insurance claims and the circumstances under which an insurer should consider using it as an affirmative defense.
Attorneys John Schmidt and Lisa Gingeleskie from the law firm Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper, P.C. in Westfield New Jersey discuss the rise in social media wrongful termination claims and the liability for employers and insurers.
Jerry Birnbach, Retail Expert in the insurance industry discusses regulations and practices to eliminate slip and fall risks as well as aspects that companies and defense attorneys need to consider with regard to slip and fall accident claims.
Attorney Martha Weis of the Virginia law firm of Goodman Allen Donnelly PLLC addresses whether a typical general liability policy covers intellectual property claims, and examines policy exclusions and insurance company impact.
Attorney Terry Lavy from the law firm of Vernis & Bowling's southwest and central Florida offices discusses the legal complexity and challenges of construction defect litigation and the impact on insurance carriers and insurers, and significant construction cases in the state of Florida.
Attorneys Drew Broaddus and Nathan Edmonds from the Secrest Wardle firm with offices in Troy, Lansing and Grand Rapids, Michigan discuss recent motor vehicle litigation and how it's impacting transportation network companies, autonomous vehicles and insurance claims in their state.
Dan Thompson, certified life care planner, vocational expert and president of DeeGee Rehabilitation Technologies, Ltd., discusses anticipated changes to health care and how they might affect planners' work with courts and attorneys to construct life plans for injured plaintiffs.
Dan Finn, Owner of Finn Financial Group discusses a nonphysical injury and how this type of structured settlement differs from a traditional structured settlement in claims resolutions.
Attorneys Jim Steele and Matthew Berkowitz from the Carr Maloney P.C. law firm address what a party has to consider when deciding whether to make an offer of judgment to end class actions quickly and common issues that arise when they are used.
Attorney Tim Crawley from the law firm, Anderson Crawley & Burke in Ridgeland, Mississippi discusses the most recent developments pertaining to drone use and the latest on Federal Government regulation.
Attorneys Aaron French and Phil Graham of the firm of Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C. discuss why Missouri is quickly becoming a risk state for handling third party claims, and what this means for the future for insurers in the state.
Attorneys Jason Taylor and Jeremy Macklin from the law firm of Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsbury LLP discuss the current status of Marijuana Legalization and why the issue is important to insurance carriers.
Attorney Irwin Kramer from the law firm of Kramer & Connolly in Baltimore, Maryland discusses a law firm's demonstration of win potential through current metrics and the importance to the insurance industry.
Attorney Brian Cafritz of KPM Law in Richmond, VA addresses legal matters pertaining to transgender restroom facilities including how widespread the issue is, where the law is heading and impact on businesses and the insurance industry.
Attorneys Gina Stanziale and Allison Koenke from the law firm Methfessel & Werbel with offices in Edison, New Jersey, New York City and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania discuss circumstances in which an insurance carrier can void or rescind a policy in the state of New Jersey.
Attorney Al Goldberger from the Law Offices of Alan S. Goldberger discusses sports concussions at various levels including pro, college and youth sports and how concussion protocol has changed in recent years, primary concerns of insurance carriers and how attorneys can counsel them.
Attorney Ted Schaer from the law firm of Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer Toddy, P.C. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania discusses the steps that a business can take to help prepare for, and minimize the chances of a cyber-data breach.
Attorney Doug Moseley from the law firm Secrest, Wardle, Lynch, Hampton, Truex and Morley, P.C. with offices in Michigan discusses the Michigan Dram Shop Act and how it impacts litigation in the state, particularly the No Fault Act's threshold for recovery as a defense.
Dan Thompson, registered rehabilitation professional, registered vocational professional and certified life care planner, discusses health care system reform in US and Canada, and the impact on the US insurance industry and defense attorneys.
Attorney Renee Townsend from the law firm of Secrest, Wardle, Lynch, Hampton, Truex and Morley, P.C. discusses the Trespass Liability Act and its impact on insurers.
Attorney Jeff Baron from the Baron Law Firm in East Northport, New York on Long Island discusses canine liability, negligence claims surrounding dog bites, and the overall impact on insurers.
Attorney Ted Schaer from the law firm of Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer Toddy, P.C. discusses cyber liability and implementing a proper action plan when a data breach has been identified.
Attorneys Eric Harrison and Caitlin Lundquist from the law firm of Methfessel & Werbel in Edison, New Jersey, discuss the exhaustion defense and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Attorney Charlie Lemley, from the law firm of Wiley Rein LLP in Washington, D.C., discusses factors insurers should consider in deciding whether to offer independent counsel when defending an insured under a reservation of rights.
Attorneys Edward Radzik and Lori Quinn, from the law firm Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, discuss the American Rule on the allocation of attorneys' fees and how it applies in maritime cases.
Attorney Ed Thornton, from the law firm of Methfessel & Werbel in Edison, New Jersey, discusses the evolution of the mode of operation and the underwriting issues for insurance companies.
Attorney Dan Raab from the Daniel W. Raab, P.A. law firm in Miami, Florida discusses a recent case on limitation liability on motor carriers and the impact on legal counsel and insurance companies.
Attorney Kay Fuller from the law firm of Martin & Seibert, L.C. discusses medical protective orders and the challenges they raise for defense counsel and insurance companies.
Attorney Brian Barr from the law firm of Cooper Levenson, P.A., discusses the practice, pointers and pitfalls of third-party bad faith claims in New Jersey.
Attorneys Jared Schure and Vivian Lekkas from the law firm of Methfessel & Werbel in Edison, New Jersey discuss liability under the New Jersey law against discrimination.
Attorney Geoff Haddad of Martin & Seibert, L.C., discusses faulty workmanship as an occurrence under commercial general liability policies.
Attorney Chris Nadeau, from the law firm of Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry LLP, discusses a recent ruling that a primary insurer must provide its insured with independent counsel when there is a potential for an excess verdict and how those rulings impact the way an adjuster handles a claim.
Attorney Irwin Kramer from the law firm of Kramer & Connolly in Baltimore, Maryland, discusses the flaws with billing by the hour and suggests alternate fee arrangements between insurance companies and law firms.
Attorney Jeffrey Rapattoni, shareholder in the Cherry Hill, New Jersey office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, discusses the burden of Medical Provider Fraud on the Insurance Industry.
Attorney Charles C. Lemley at the law firm of Wiley Rein LLP in Washington, D.C. discusses bad faith liability in the state of Florida and what insurers should be aware of.
Attorney David Dodge with the McCathern, PLLC law firm in Dallas, Texas discusses Oklahoma's new workers' compensation legislation, how it compares to states like Texas and the odds of similar legislation being enacted around the country.
Attorney Sid Degan with the law firm of Degan, Blanchard & Nash in Louisiana on the complex "tri-partite relationship" that exists between attorneys, insurers and insureds and how it impacts the insurance industry.
Attorney Stu Panensky from the law firm of Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry LLP, introduces the legal framework around data security and cyber losses.
Daniel Raab of Daniel W. Raab, P.A. in Miami, explores liability and other considerations surrounding a case where a US-flagged vessel is accused of damaging the gas turbine it was hired to transport.
Attorney Michael Salem from the law firm of Nelsen, Thompson, Pegue & Thornton, A.P.C. in Los Angeles, California discusses emerging issues in insurance for fracking and application of EPLE or Energy Pollution Liability Extension endorsement.
Attorney Eric Harrison from the law firm Methfessel & Werbel in Edison, New Jersey discusses aspects related to bullying and insurance coverage and litigation.
Attorney Julie Fershtman from the law firm of Foster Swift Collins & Smith, P.C. in Farmington Hills, Michigan, discusses animal livestock and equine liability and insurance coverage matters along with a recent coverage determination by the Federal Courts in Illinois.
Attorney Anthony D. Grande from the law firm of Clausen Miller PC, with U.S. offices in Chicago, California, New Jersey and New York, and several worldwide affiliate offices in Europe and Asia, discusses construction law litigation, New York's labor law and the impact on the insurance community.
Attorney Ted Schaer from the law firm of Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer Toddy, P.C., discusses the legal and critical challenges associated with Emergency Response and the impact on the insurance industry.
Attorney David W. Skeen from the law firm of Wright, Constable & Skeen, L.L.P. in Baltimore, on a Supreme Court ruling addressing the importance of being a vessel under maritime law.
Dan Finn, a Certified Structured Settlement Consultant from Finn Financial Group in Newport Beach, Calif., addresses recent tax law changes in the state and their impact on claimants, attorneys and the insurance industry.
Attorney Irwin Kramer, managing partner of the insurance defense firm of Kramer & Connolly, dissects the complexity of professional liability cases and the law firm-insurer relationship.
Attorney Joseph Cunningham from the Law Offices of Joseph F. Cunningham, PLC, in Arlington, Va., discusses the implementation of individual state mediation programs to assist with policy disputes and the relationships between law firms and insurance carriers.
Attorney Michael Salem examines employee dishonesty coverage, the danger of expanding coverage to investment advisers and the impact on insurance companies.
Attorney Daniel Raab from the Daniel W. Raab, P.A. law firm in Miami, Florida discusses a transportation case involving damaged goods during sea transit and the impact on the insurance industry.
Attorneys Jack Pierce and David McMahon from the law firm of Barger Wolen LLP in California discuss insurance issues that face the cruise line and travel industries after recent incidents at sea.
Attorneys Rey Alvarez and Kate Kmiec from the law firm of Luks, Santaniello, Petrillo & Jones in Florida on the new Smart Act, aimed at making settlements with a Medicare beneficiary go more efficiently, and reduce Medicare spending by $45 million.
Attorney David Dodge from the McCathern, LLP law firm in Dallas on a case pertaining to an employee pension transfer involving Verizon Communications Inc., and Prudential Insurance Co.
Harry Baumgartner from the law firm of Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C. in Florham Park, N.J., discusses insurance issues related to Hurricane Sandy from an attorney's perspective.
Attorney Rich Fidei from the law firm of Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky, Abate & Webb, P.A. in Florida discusses privacy concerns with advancing technology in insurance.
Attorney Jean Golden from the law firm of Cassiday Schade LLP in Chicago on insurance coverage liability for foodborne illness and what an insurer can do to minimize its risk.
Attorney Renee DeMoss, from the GableGotwals law firm in Oklahoma, discusses the catastrophic weather conditions in Oklahoma and its impact on homeowners and the insurance industry.
Attorney Sam Sorich, Of Counsel to the Sacramento, California, office of the law firm Barger & Wolen LLP, tackles recent legislation passed by the state of California, including a workers' compensation overhaul, and the potential impact on insureds and the upcoming election.
Attorney Nicole Palmer from the law firm of Wade, Palmer & Shoemaker, P.A. in Pensacola, Fla., discusses the changing law of appraisal in the state and how insurers can use appraisal to their advantage both before and after a suit has been filed.
Attorney Larry Golub from the law firm of Barger & Wolen LLP in Los Angeles discusses a recent landmark California Supreme Court decision involving the stacking of policy limits, and whether or not an insured can collect on damages over a period of many years. Golub also explores its impact on the insurance industry.
Attorney Rich Fidei from the law firm of Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate, P.A., discusses social media and advertising compliance within the insurance industry.
Attorney Bruce H. Raymond from the Raymond Law Group LLC with offices in Connecticut and Massachusetts, discusses the latest issues and concerns with cyber risk and the impact on the insurance industry.
Attorney Bob Mich, Jr. from the Law Offices of Kay & Andersen, LLC, on a case involving a coverage matter arising from insurer and agent conduct and the failure of the insured to make a timely premium payment.
Attorney Daniel Raab from the Daniel W. Raab, P.A. firm in Miami, defines the Carmack Amendment, a transportation case involving surface transportation broker liability, and how that affects insurers.
Attorney Jay Tentinger from the Tentinger Law Firm, P.A. in Eagan, Minnesota, discusses cell phone use and texting and the liability for insurers.
Attorneys Dan Santaniello and Heather Calhoon from the law firm of Luks, Santaniello, Petrillo & Jones in Florida, discuss the Stored Communication Act, the use of social media in investigation and discovery and the possible impact on claims outcomes.
Attorney Al Goldberger, from the law firm of Brown Moskowitz & Kallen, P.C. in Millburn, N.J., explains Athletic Codes of Conduct in the insurance industry and the benefits of having one.
Travis Miller from the law firm Radey Thomas Yon & Clark, P.A. in Tallahassee, Fla., discusses legislation proposed by the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund that would reduce its size to levels more compatible with resources available in the global financial markets.
Attorneys Daniel Santaniello and Reinaldo (Rey) Alvarez from the Florida law firm of Luks, Santaniello, Petrillo & Jones, discuss the Medicare Secondary Payer Act and how to address Medicare in liability settlements.
Attorney Rich Fidei from the law firm of Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate, P.A. on surplus lines and the Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act, which was enacted as part of the implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Attorneys Charles E. Haddick Jr. and Rob Marino from the law firm of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, discuss bad faith matters and misconceptions and what insurance companies can do to be pro-active.
Attorneys Fred Karlinsky and Katie Webb from the law firm of Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate, P.A. with offices in Fort Lauderdale and Tallahassee, Fla., discuss the recently passed Senate Bill 408 in Florida and its impact on the property/ casualty insurance industry in the state.
Attorney Renee DeMoss from the law firm of GableGotwals in Tulsa, Oklahoma on the elimination of joint and several liability in tort cases.
Attorney Dan Raab from the Daniel W. Raab, P.A. firm in Miami on a limitations of liability case under Montreal Protocol.
Attorney Tim Thornton from the law firm of Nelsen, Thompson, Pegue & Thornton in Los Angeles on coverage for claims involving patent litigation and advertising injury, and the impact on the insurance industry.
Attorney Dale Hightower from the firm of Hightower & Partners P.A. authors the "Ten Commandments to Avoid Premises Liability Suits." His essay pertains to restaurants and other businesses. He explains how this impacts the insurance industry.
Attorney Larry Rogak from the law firm Lawrence N. Rogak, LLC in Oceanside, N.Y. on the state's complex no-fault law and how it compares to other states and impacts the insurance industry.
Michael Panish, Expert Witness, Construction Witness / Construction Systems, on the importance of the selection of expert witnesses in insurance cases.
Attorney Al Goldberger from the firm of Brown Moskowitz & Kallen, P.C. in Millburn, New Jersey on concussions in amateur and professional sports, legal implications and the impact on the insurance industry.
Attorney Chris Massenburg from the law firm Swetman Baxter Massenburg, LLC in Hattiesburg, Mississippi discusses the Federal Asbestos MDL Litigation and its impact on specific states and insurance companies.
Attorney David Burstein from the law firm Lang Michener in Toronto, Ontario discusses Canada's Insurance Act and an appeal on a coverage matter involving an accident with a parked truck.
Attorney Daniel Raab, from the Daniel W. Raab, PA firm in Miami, discusses a recent transportation case and how limitation of liability impacts the transportation and insurance industries.
Attorney Jaymeson Pegue from the law firm of Nelson, Thompson, Pegue & Thornton, A.P.C. in Los Angeles, discusses insurance coverage matters involving actors in the motion picture industry.
Attorney Jarrod Bazemore from the law firm of Spain & Gillon, LLC in Birmingham, Ala., discusses the Collateral Source Rule in Alabama and how it's impacting both state and federal courts.
Attorneys Brian Casey and Dean Conlin from the law firm of Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP, discuss a recent chapter they authored on state insurance premium and other important insurance taxes impacting both insurance companies and the various states.
Attorneys Steve Kunzman and Todd Ruback from the law firm of DiFrancesco, Bateman, Coley, Yospin, Kunzman, Davis & Lehrer, PC in Warren, New Jersey discuss increasing regulatory compliance requirements and a spike in privacy related litigation as organizations and insurance carriers will be faced with privacy as a significant risk component to business.
Attorney Robert Scott from the law firm of Scott & Scott, LLP in Dallas, Texas discusses IP and technology claims and the impact on insurance companies.
Attorneys Paul Jones and Orestes (Rusty) Perez from the law firm of Luks, Santaniello, Perez, Petrillo, Gold & Jones in Florida discuss recently enacted new rules by Congress to enhance the enforcement of the Medicare Secondary Payer Law (Commonly referred to as MSP).
Attorney Jessica Desany from the law firm of Carter, Conboy, Case, Blackmore, Maloney & Laird, P.C. on SUM coverage or Supplemental Uninsured Developments in New York State.
Attorney Jonathan Ziss from the Margolis Edelstein law firm in Philadelphia, discusses dram shop issues and jury duty selection in a case involving a fatal airport injury.
Attorney Al Goldberger from the Goldberger & Goldberger law firm in Clifton, New Jersey discusses a case in Texas involving Midwest Employers Casualty Company and the impact of sports law on the insurance industry.
Attorneys Jack Luks and Tony Petrillo from the law firm of Luks, Santaniello, Perez, Petrillo, Gold & James in Florida discuss negligent security issues related to terrorist attacks in shopping centers.
Attorney Alan Rutkin from the law firm Rivkin Radler LLP in Uniondale, New York, discusses how the financial crisis can affect the insurance industry.
Attorneys Fred Karlinsky and Katie Webb from the law firm Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate in Florida discuss the 2009 Session of the Florida Legislature and how this impacts property insurance law and State Farm's decision to withdraw from the state insurance market.
Attorney Roger Simpson from the Cotkin & Collins law firm in Los Angeles, California on a landmark California Court of Appeals ruling on the stacking of policies related to the Stringfellow insurance case.
Attorney Ginny Peterson from the law firm of Kightlinger & Gray LLP discusses a federal court of appeals ruling that limits an insurance company's liability in a tragic trucking accident.
Attorney Jeff Thomas from the law firm of Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard P.L.L.C. in Little Rock, Arkansas discusses recent credit scoring matters and their impact on the insurance industry.
Attorney Asha Jackson from the law firm of Carlock, Copeland & Stair, LLP in Atlanta, Georgia discusses Georgia's Supreme Court ruling in which HIPAA bars insurance defense lawyers from informally communicating with an injury victim's physicians.
Attorneys Fred Karlinsky and Krista Kolvacin from the law firm of Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate in Fort Lauderdale and Tallahassee, Florida discuss the impact of State Farm's decision to pull most of their residential property lines out of Florida.
Attorney Daniel Raab from the law firm Daniel W. Raab, P.A.in Miami, Florida discusses what insurers should know about the "other insurance clause" involving a case between two insurance companies.
Attorney Roger Higgins from the firm of Thompson, Coe, Cousins & Irons discusses Hurricane Ike and related catastrophes and their impact on Texas and the insurance industry.
Attorney Rich Fidei from the law firm of Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate in Fort Lauderdale, Florida discusses the recently adopted Reinsurance Collateral Rule in Florida that is impacting domestic insurers and policy holders.
Attorney Jeffrey Kaufman from the law firm of Brydon, Hugo & Parker in San Francisco, California discusses an insurance case involving missing policies and establishing burden of proof.
Attorney Michael McDonner from the law firm of O'Bryan, Brown & Toner in Louisville, Kentucky on a self-insurance fund matter case and the impact on individuals, corporations and insurers.
Attorneys Bill Gast and Mike McClellan from the Gast and McClellan law firm in Omaha, Nebraska discuss a recent Nebraska Supreme Court ruling against the state of Florida in a decade-long multi-million dollar dispute.
Attorney Megan Grant from the law firm Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate in Fort Lauderdale, Florida discusses the liability concerns of Property Insurer executives.
Attorneys Jeanie Botkin and Jennifer Osborn from the law firm of Polsinelli Shalton Flanigan Suelthaus PC in Kansas City, Missouri and Overland Park, Kansas discuss regulators grappling with multistate health insurance oversight.
Attorney Dennis J. Wall, from the Law Office of Dennis J. Wall in Florida discusses Internet Blogging and Potential Legal Issues.
Attorneys Peter Axelrad and William F. Flood, III from the law firm of Council, Baradel, Kosmerl & Nolan in Annapolis, Maryland discuss recent Maryland law changes pertaining to an insureds ability to bring action against its insurer for failing to act in good faith.
Attorney Paul Ondrasik from the Washington, D.C. law firm of Steptoe & Johnson discusses a recent Supreme Court ruling involving new legal liabilities for 401K plan administrators.
Attorneys Daniel Santaniello and Paul Jones from the law firm of Luks, Santaniello, Perez, Petrillo and Gold in Florida discuss a recent landmark case involving the liability of rental car companies when accidents cause injuries or death.
Attorneys Jeff Eden and Lloyd Bernstein from the law firm of Bullivant Houser Bailey PC in Portland, Oregon discuss a Supreme Court ruling in a medical malpractice case and the impact on tort cap protections for public entities.
Attorney Daniel Raab from the law firm Daniel W. Raab, P.A. in Miami, Florida discusses the importance of an airboat case in Florida waters and its impact on insurers.
Attorneys Maria Abate and Amy Koltnow from the law firm of Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate, P.A. in Florida discuss an important Supreme Court decision favoring major insurance companies.
Attorneys Mark Goodman and Michael Trier from the law firm of Lord, Bissell & Brook LLP in Chicago, Illinois discuss recent state and federal efforts to reform the regulation and taxation of the surplus lines insurance market.
Attorneys Fred Karlinsky and Rachel LeBlanc from the law firm of Colodny Fass Talenfeld Karlinsky Abate in Florida discuss June's Supreme Court decision in the credit-scoring cases involving Safeco and Geico and the impact on Florida and other states.
Attorneys Steve Kunzman and Tina Bombaci from the law firm of DiFrancesco, Bateman, Coley, Yospin, Kunzman, Davis & Lehrer, P.C. in Warren, New Jersey discuss a landmark decision in a New Jersey automobile case.
Attorneys Bob Smith and Dana Fleming from the law firm of Nelson, Kinder, Mosseau & Saturley in Boston, MA discuss how the April Virginia Tech incident has impacted legal issues and the defense of educational institutions.
Kirk Nahra of Wiley Rein LLP, Washington, D.C. discusses the impact of identity theft on the insurance industry.
Joe Coughlin and John Gurley of Lord, Bissell and Brook LLP in Chicago discuss the recent government effort to repeal the federal antitrust exemption in the McCarran-Ferguson Act and the impact this could have on the insurance industry.
Attorney David Burstein of the Toronto, Ontario-based law firm of Lang Michener discusses auto coverage issues for U.S. motorists traveling in Canada.
Attorneys Dan Martinez of Callahan & Martinez, and Kevin Frye of Anderson, Crawley & Burke discuss the technology, practices and new regulations surrounding electronic discovery. E-mail, databases, deleted files and more are all subject to discovery, and insurance attorneys are struggling to keep pace.
Attorneys Russ Melton of Foley & Mansfield and Joe Gerber of Cozen O'Connor discuss the special needs of responding to industrial and other large disasters such as fires, chemical exposures and explosions.
Attorneys Gregory Victor and Joe Miele of Adorno Yoss focus on the anticoncurrent cause clause in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the implications of decisions in Mississippi and Louisiana and how this impacts other states such as Florida.
Attorneys Kelly Simpkins and David Rossmiller discuss the ramifications of the verdict in Broussard vs. State Farm, in which jurors ordered State Farm to pay $2.5 million in punitive damages.