Key Issues in Presenting Expert Testimony in Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Cases

SKU: INS4800

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Claims adjusters are typically used in bad faith litigation to opine as to the reasonableness of another claims adjuster 's conduct. Underwriters are typically experts in coverage litigation providing an opinion on underwriting specific risks and the interpretation and intent of specific policy provisions.

Litigators must be careful to avoid pitfalls of using expert witnesses whose credibility might be easily attacked based on previous testimony or due to his or her relationship with a particular insurance company, or selecting a witness whose experience is very limited within the insurance industry.

Our presenters will provide counsel in insurance cases with a general overview of the evidentiary rules governing the admissibility of expert opinion testimony. They will discuss the use of expert testimony in coverage and bad faith suits, as well as the obstacles that a party may face in presenting expert testimony.

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