Miller Friel attorney Bernard Bell recently presented a continuing legal education program entitled Insurance Coverage Basics for the In-House Attorney. This course is designed to help in-house attorneys deal with risk management and insurance coverage issues.
Whether confronting unexpected losses, learning of a dispute, receiving a subpoena, investigative demand or service of a complaint, insurance often comes into the picture. This course describes the difference between first-party and third-party insurance, explains basic features of each type of insurance, covers basic insurance policy components and terms, identifies specialty insurance that should be considered, and offers practice pointers for in-house counsel, including steps you can take to preserve possible coverage.
Please see I Have Insurance? Coverage Basics for the In-House Attorney for additional information about this presentation.
Miller Friel, PLLC is a specialized insurance coverage law firm whose sole purpose is to help corporate clients maximize their insurance coverage. Our Focus of exclusively representing policyholders, combined with our extensive Experience in the area of insurance law, leads to greater efficiency, lower costs and better Results. Further discussion and analysis of insurance coverage issues impacting policyholders can be found in our Miller Friel Insurance Coverage Blog and our 7 Tips for Maximizing Coverage series.
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