12 pm - 1 pm Via Zoom
Many cases are won, or lost, based on which party makes the most compelling argument for, or against, coverage. This seminar will explore the principles of “logic” and “language” in the interpretation of an insurance contact and offer a five-step process that will improve the odds of winning a coverage dispute without having to turn to the courts for resolution.
Michael Gay has a 35+ year career in the Property and Casualty (P&C) insurance business and is skilled in the identification, analysis, evaluation, and treatment of complex risk and loss exposures. Since 2008, Gay has been a litigation consultant and expert witness in P&C coverage cases and agent/broker “Best Practices”. He has taught insurance continuing education classes for more than 25 years, has authored more than 60 course guides and workbooks, and instructed nearly 7,000 risk, insurance, claims, and legal professionals. Michael has earned the following professional insurance designations: AAI, AAI-M, AIS, ARM, ARM-P, CIC, CPCU, CRIS.
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