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Gerhard F. Pagels

Shutdown of Business Operations from Cyber Events

Dennis D. Fitzpatrick, JD, President, Clausen Miller, PC
Gerhard F. Pagels, AVP-Comm'l Property, American International Group
Mathew Scott, Principal Consultant, Envista Forensics
D. Craig Streiff, CPA, ABV, Forensic Accountant, HSNO The Forensics Firm

  • Describe the types of cyber losses that adjusters are most likely to encounter
  • Explain the causes of the interpretation and the resulting financial impact
  • Review the coverage issues resulting from a cyber event
  • Outline some recent cyber events and the actual impacts from real-world examples
  • Dawnde Pence

    Fraud with Catastrophic Losses

    Jonathan H. Colman, JD, Founding Partner, Colman Law Group
    Mike McKee, Special Agent, NICB
    Dawnde Pence, CPCU, SCLA, CIFI, Unit Manager, SIU Claims, Auto Club Enterprises Group

  • Describe how catastrophe environments can encourage insurance fraud
  • Identify various cat fraud scams and indicators with catastrophe losses
  • Devise strategies to effectively investigate and respond to potential fraud with various claims: wildfires, hurricanes and floods, etc.
  • Review fraud exposures and appropriate responses with additional living expense and fair rental value catastrophe claims
  • Ginny L. Peterson

    Environmental Loss Coverage

    Ginny L. Peterson, JD, Partner, Kightlinger & Gray, LLP

  • Describe common environmental liability loss hazards that arise from the release of chemicals, mold, asbestos, lead and biological agents
  • Review provisions of commercial general liability and environmental impairment liability policies which may be triggered by such environmental liability loss hazards
  • Examine trigger of coverage and loss allocation for environmental liability loss hazards
  • Determine the alternative methods for identification of the policies triggered and the effect of continuing or/ and progressive damages on coverage
  • Jennie Philip

    Fraud & Technology

    Douglas Osborne, CFE, CIFI, FCLS, SIU Manager, Kemper Corporation
    Jennie Philip, JD, Attorney, Marshall Dennehey Warner et al

  • Learning objectives will be provided later.
  • Brian Philpot

    Appraisal: Pitfall or Protection

    William O. Krekstein, JD, Partner, Timoney Knox, LLP
    Brian Philpot, AIC, SCLA, Superintendent-Property, Cincinnati Insurance Companies

  • Implement strategies for demanding appraisal and responding to an appraisal demand
  • Apply recent changes in the law regarding proper disputes for Appraisal and judicial trends in compelling appraisal
  • Identify alternatives for addressing competency and bias of appraisers and failure to agree on umpires
  • Avoid bad-faith traps set by policyholders and their representatives through improper appraisal
  • Michael Popich

    Building Code Questions with Commercial Loss Adjustments

    Randy M. Grundy, RPA, President & EGA, RGACM
    Steven M. Gunn, PE, Engineer, Keeler-Webb Associates
    Michael Popich, Supv.-Bureau of Const. Svcs., City of Indianapolis

  • Review the coverage and limitations provided under Ordinance & Law provision in commercial policies
  • Describe how various types of Codes particularly impact commercial structures and losses
  • Evaluate a variety of claims scenarios and work through various building code issues and challenges
  • Work with local building code officials and effectively resolve differences and appeals in a timely manner
  • David C. Potts

    Technology in the Claims Process

    Karl Epps, Partner, Epps-Tech Consulting
    David C. Potts, JD, Associate, Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, PLC

  • Define the scope of current and emerging technology and how it applies to the claims process
  • Examine ways to evaluate or “footprint” technology sources as you find them in your claims
  • Explore common technology causes of loss and initial information gathering steps
  • Describe resources available for adjusters to stay on top of technology
  • David R. Price

    Traumatic Brain Injury: Evaluating Claims

    David R. Price, Ph.D., President, The Forensic Network
    Robert S. Stickley, JD, Founder, Stickley Law, LLC

  • Describe what constitutes a mild traumatic brain injury, moderate traumatic brain injury, and severe traumatic brain injury
  • Identify what records and documents are needed for appropriate brain injury evaluation
  • Distinguish the prognosis for recovery from mild, moderate, and severe traumatic brain injuries
  • Evaluate the high probability of fraud and malingering in mild traumatic brain injury claims
  • Bradford S. Purcell

    Liability for Criminal Acts of Catastrophic Crime & Terrorism

    Bradford S. Purcell, JD, Partner, Purcell & Wardrope Chartered

  • Identify who is potentially liable for criminal acts, including terrorism
  • Review the theories of liability against typical target defendants
  • Evaluate defenses available to the target defendants
  • Describe the unique challenges and exposures with litigation arising out of criminal acts
  • Jenny Pye

    Women's Leadership in Insurance

    Lisa Bergeron, Chief Visionary Officer, AWE
    Jenny Pye, CPCU, AIC, Director-Quality Improvement, Liberty Mutual Insurance
    Lisa St. Onge, AIC, AIM, AVP Claims, Amica Mutual Group

  • Leverage the power of self-promotion and personal advocacy
  • Describe ways to strengthen your influence
  • Evaluate how striving for perfection might keep you from your next promotion
  • Review tips on how to build your network through meaningful mentorship and sponsorship
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