Events

EMEA Webinar: Earthquakes: What You Need to Know
Webinar

Date: Jan 23, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Construction, Civil, Structural
Attendees: Bruce A. Barnes

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Pipe Failures: Why They Fail and Strategies for Effective Recovery
Webinar

Date: Jan 24, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Mechanical
Attendees: Craig Eberhardt

This course is designed to educate insurance adjusters, insurance managers, as well as legal field professionals on the various technical aspects of pipe breaks/ruptures in commercial and industrial buildings, as well as discuss strategies for successful case response and recovery.  The topics in this course assist adjusters in their determination of coverage, the extent of damage, and subrogat... More

This course is designed to educate insurance adjusters, insurance managers, as well as legal field professionals on the various technical aspects of pipe breaks/ruptures in commercial and industrial buildings, as well as discuss strategies for successful case response and recovery.  The topics in this course assist adjusters in their determination of coverage, the extent of damage, and subrogation opportunities

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APAC Webinar: The Use of Technical Experts in Subrogation and Litigation
Webinar

Date: Jan 30, 2020
Location: Online Webcast

Increasingly we are seeing insurance claims proceeding to litigation either in regard to coverage issues or subrogation.  This course will cover the role of the expert witness on a claim that may go to trial and how to maximise the benefit your expert(s) can provide.  An important focus on the course will be in regard to evidence.  While the rules governing admission of expert evidence in legal... More

Increasingly we are seeing insurance claims proceeding to litigation either in regard to coverage issues or subrogation.  This course will cover the role of the expert witness on a claim that may go to trial and how to maximise the benefit your expert(s) can provide.  An important focus on the course will be in regard to evidence.  While the rules governing admission of expert evidence in legal proceedings vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, the gathering, preservation, and delivery of such evidence has its roots in fundamental practices common throughout the world.  This course will provide the audience with a fundamental understanding of how best to engage and work alongside expert witnesses to ensure the best possible outcome, should a claim go down the litigation path.

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Oceania Webinar: The Use of Technical Experts in Subrogation and Litigation
Webinar

Date: Jan 30, 2020
Location: Online Webcast

Increasingly we are seeing insurance claims proceeding to litigation either in regard to coverage issues or subrogation.  This course will cover the role of the expert witness on a claim that may go to trial and how to maximise the benefit your expert(s) can provide.  An important focus on the course will be in regard to evidence.  While the rules governing admission of expert evidence in legal... More

Increasingly we are seeing insurance claims proceeding to litigation either in regard to coverage issues or subrogation.  This course will cover the role of the expert witness on a claim that may go to trial and how to maximise the benefit your expert(s) can provide.  An important focus on the course will be in regard to evidence.  While the rules governing admission of expert evidence in legal proceedings vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, the gathering, preservation, and delivery of such evidence has its roots in fundamental practices common throughout the world.  This course will provide the audience with a fundamental understanding of how best to engage and work alongside expert witnesses to ensure the best possible outcome, should a claim go down the litigation path.

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EMEA Webinar: Fire Investigation: Utilising the Scientific Approach and Maximizing Subrogation Opportunities
Webinar

Date: Feb 27, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Fire, Fire Investigation

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APAC Webinar: Glass Panel Claims
Webinar

Date: Feb 27, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Construction, Civil, Structural, Civil
Attendees: Sivasothy Nanthagopal, Brian Lindsey

This webinar is designed to provide an overview of glass panel systems and how they can result in various insurance claims.  This training will provide a general overview of glass panel systems and how they can fail and/or be damaged.  In addition, various case studies will be reviewed including direct damage, defects and moisture infiltration. Case studies will be highlighted to demonstrate sp... More

This webinar is designed to provide an overview of glass panel systems and how they can result in various insurance claims.  This training will provide a general overview of glass panel systems and how they can fail and/or be damaged.  In addition, various case studies will be reviewed including direct damage, defects and moisture infiltration. Case studies will be highlighted to demonstrate specific issues with these types of claims, investigation techniques and key points to assist with claims management.

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Oceania Webinar: Manufacturing and Production Equipment Claims
Webinar

Date: Feb 27, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Electrical, Mechanical
Attendees: Grant Gatland

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Fire Scene Preservation and Subrogation
Webinar

Date: Feb 28, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Fire, Fire Investigation
Attendees: T. David Harlow

This course is designed for insurance and legal professionals on matters involving scene preservation, evidence spoliation and the protocols and standards that go along with them after a fire or explosion. Today, many firefighters and first responders are trained on NFPA and ASTM guidelines on scene preservation in terms of salvage, overhaul, boarding and scene security, documentation, and the... More

This course is designed for insurance and legal professionals on matters involving scene preservation, evidence spoliation and the protocols and standards that go along with them after a fire or explosion. Today, many firefighters and first responders are trained on NFPA and ASTM guidelines on scene preservation in terms of salvage, overhaul, boarding and scene security, documentation, and the importance of evidence, but what does all of this mean? What happens when those protocols are not followed? How can each affected party work better in tandem to preserve evidence?

When evidence is spoiled or altered, what does that mean for the insured, for the manufacturer, for the carrier, and other invested parties? Attendees will hear key issues affecting these types of incidents, what to do to ensure evidence is preserved and what questions to ask, as well as common pitfalls or issues that could arise to be weary of.

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CLE: Digital Breadcrumbs: Follow the Trail for Your Client and Litigation Success
Webinar

Date: Mar 12, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Digital Forensics/Cyber
Attendees: Lars Daniel

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EMEA Webinar: Refinery Losses: Root Causes and Reinstatement
Webinar

Date: Mar 26, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Electrical, Mechanical
Attendees: Matthew Hinckley

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