Toby Carpenter presents Advanced Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Law Seminar
On July 28, Toby Carpenter presented at the National Business Institute Seminar entitled "Advanced Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Law." Specifically, Mr. Carpenter discussed Determining Coverage and Valuing Damages in UM/UIM Cases:
- Legislative and Case Law Update
- Which Exceptions Apply in Your Case?
- 5 Difficult Scenarios of Insurance Coverage Interpretation
- How Much are Your Limbs Worth? Clarifying the Definition of "Serious Injury"
- Determining Loss of Capacity
- The Complexities of Applying the "Made Whole" Doctrine
- Valuing Soft Tissue and Emotional Distress
- Managing the Complexities of Wrongful Death Claims - Who is the Plaintiff?
- Tips for Working with Medical Experts
Special Issues That Can Make or Break Your Case:
- Preparation and Preservation of Claims
- Handling Conflicts of Law with Other States
- What if the Car has Caused an Accident Without Direct Contact?
- How Will the Latest Appellate Court Decisions Affect Your Practice?
Statistics say that six out of ten drivers on the road carry inadequate or no insurance. With the largely voluntary nature of UM/UIM insurance coverage and rapidly changing statutory and case law, you have your work cut out for you. Don't struggle through the mountains of legalese alone. For more information about this topic, please contact Toby Carpenter
at 865-546-7311 or firstname.lastname@example.org