Los Angeles attorney Jon Colman of Colman Perkins Law Group will lead back-to-back panels at the 2022 Anti-Fraud Conference in Monterey, Calif.
Another CPLG partner, Michele Levinson, is a former claims examiner and adjuster who joins the discussion on high-exposure property fraud during COVID. The presenting team is rounded out by Ulises Castellon of Fire Cause Analysis and Kevin Schwermer of Interinsurance Exchange of the Automobile Club.
Based on an actual multi-million dollar commercial fire loss during the height of the COVID pandemic, this presentation interactively follows the claim from first notice to conclusion.
The presenters take on the roles of the SIU investigator and SIU attorney, as they recreate the challenges of investigating the loss and coverage under difficult circumstances.
Panelists also act as the PA/insured attorney and bad faith expert, narrating the steps taken during the claims process and questioning the other participants on decisions that were made.
Colman Perkins Law Group, a gold sponsor of the conference, notes that the dual sessions will highlight best practices for analyzing, investigating and resolving this new generation of losses.
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It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times: Handling High Exposure Property Claims in the Time of COVID – Case Study Part 1 (investigation/cause and scope of loss)
Location: Regency 1-2-3
April 14, 2022
9:15 – 10:15 a.m.
Case Study Part 2 (examinations under oath, expert analysis and final decision making) follows at 10:45 – 11:45 a.m.
April 13 – 15, 2022
Hyatt Regency Hotel
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