Reservation of Rights Letter: Respond to the Threat of Denied Coverage
Recording Price: $299.00
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Reservations of rights (ROR) letters are frequently issued by insurers to pressure policyholders into taking less coverage than what they expect and to delay the resolution of a claim. This loss or delay of coverage can be financially crippling to a company. How should you respond to an ROR letter to retain coverage for your client? Join us for this live 90-minute CLE webinar to discover:
10 keys for responding to a reservation of rights letter
Common insurance company traps - and how to avoid them
Critical issues of non-coverage, policy language, exclusion and scope
Keys to maintain attorney/client privilege in spite of a cooperation clause
Steps to control the determination of what constitutes conflict of interest
Responding to an ROR Letter: Your Rights, Options & Duties
How to counteract an insurer's top reasons for claim rejection
Pursuing a right independent counsel: Is it time to let it go?
What are strong defenses for covered/non-covered claims?
Reasonable vs. unreasonable requests: Key differences to know
Critical Issues of Non-Coverage: Policy Language, Exclusion & Scope
Legal strategies for protecting a policyholder rights
When should a policyholder insist on a confidentiality agreement?
How to navigate the complex issues during the investigation process
Essentials of allocating expenses among covered/non-covered claims
Reservation of Rights Letters: What You Need to Know
What triggers an ROR to be issued?
Insurers' options and how to best protect your client
Key issues of Waiver/Estoppel and Duty to Defend
Live Question & Answer Session - Get expert answers to your questions
About The Speaker
David A. Shaneyfelt, a principal at the Alvarez Firm, has nearly thirty years' experience in litigating complex civil matters in state and Federal courts across the country
A former shareholder with the New York-based law firm of Anderson Kill, Mr. Shaneyfelt has represented numerous private and public entities in insurance coverage disputes against insurance companies and joint powers agencies.
His representative cases and matters include the recovery of insurance policy benefits (defense and indemnity) for wage and hour class actions, director and officer (D&O) liability, public entity liability, professional malpractice, reinsurance, and lifetime disability.
Join us for this 90-minute webinar to discover strategies for responding to RORs, and help your clients get the insurance coverage they need.