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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Commercial General Liability Insurance Coverage but Were Afraid to Ask

SKU: INS001
Total Credits
3 - 3.6
Price$125
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Description

When you stop and think about it, outside of matrimonial law or estate practice virtually any other type of civil litigation revolves around insurance. Moreover, most types of corporate "deals" also involve insurance. Commercial insurance is the key to commerce, as it is the most important tool in managing the day-to-day risks of running a business. Notwithstanding its significance, most attorneys - be they litigators or corporate lawyers - lack even a fundamental understanding of insurance coverage law. Many make common assumptions that aren't correct. Even experienced personal injury litigators are often caught in the trap of just assuming the "carrier" will resolve the dispute without ever considering whether there is coverage for the dispute in the first place. Many businesses take insurance for granted and are deeply shocked when their commercial dispute is not covered by insurance.

This program is intended for people who are not coverage experts but who would gain from increased knowledge about coverage. The aim is that you will leave this course with a basic understanding of what is in an insurance contract, what the common issues are, how to read an insurance contract and how to find the answers to particular coverage questions. It is not intended to be an advanced course on any particular insurance topic. Indeed the outline is very broad and if I were to go into depth on any of these issues, this could easily become a year long course. However, you should leave this seminar with a much better understanding of the things to watch out for in coverage and how to better advise your clients on their insurance needs and their risks.

Lecturer Bio

Richard A. Fogel, Esq.

Attorney Richard A. Fogel received his Masters of Science Degree in marine environmental sciences from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1982; Bachelor of Science in Marine Sciences from Southanpton College (LIU) in 1980; and his Juris Doctorate from Fordham University School of Law, in 1987. He is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey, and admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.

Mr. Fogel has written and published many articles in law journals and magazines on topics such as risk management, environmental claims (as they relate to insurance coverage), lead paint, and case settlement and negotiation strategies. In addition, he has lectured extensively on insurance coverage issues, toxic torts, and risk management issues.

Mr. Fogel is a adjunct professor at Nassau Community College teaching Business Law and Litigation. He is a nominated member and instructor for the Claims & Litigation Management Alliance teaching various state approved Continuing Education courses on legal topics to licensed insurance professionals. He is also a "Bests Recommended Insurance Counsel" and rated "AV" for ethical standards and legal ability by LexisNexis/Martindale Hubbell.



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