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Butler Presents COVID-19 Insurance Litigation Update / Forensic Investigation of Subrogation Claims During COVID-19

October 1, 2020

Join us as we feature 2 amazing CE Webinars back to back on October 1, 2020.

I want to register for both presentations to earn 2 CE Credits. What should I do?

Click the first Register Now button for Presentation 1 and fill out the information. Then, click the second Register Now button for Presentation 2 on this page and fill out the information. The presentations will be hosted on two separate web pages. Upon registering for both presentations, you will receive two separate links. On the day of the event, simply click the first confirmation link to attend Presentation 1. During the 15 minute break, click on the second confirmation link to view Presentation 2.


What if I want to register for just one of these presentations for 1 CE Credit?

Simply click the Register Now button for the presentation you would like to attend.


COVID-19 Insurance Litigation Update (1:00-2:00 PM)

Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig, LLP, invites you to attend a 1-hour webinar on Covid-19 and property insurance policies. Butler partner Clark Schirle  will be presenting on coverage issues.

Mr. Schirle will discuss coverage issues. He will do so by providing an overview of cases filed to date, discussing and analyzing specific allegations and common themes he is seeing in the complaints. He will also address court opinions that have been highlighted by policyholder attorneys in papers and blogs around the country.

Finally, Mr. Schirle will provide insights into how to manage, investigate, and respond to Covid-19 claims.

CE credits approved for FL and TX.


Forensic Investigation of Subrogation Claims During COVID-19 (2:15-3:15 PM)

Like all other aspects of life, the forensic investigations of existing and new subrogation claims has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Senior Mechanical Engineer and Certified Fire Investigator, C. Tripp Wagner III, BME, CFI, with Jensen Hughes joins host, Aaron Jacobs, to discuss how to approach forensic investigations in light of the current COVID-19 guidelines and limitations and how forensic investigations may be able to continue at this time by considering certain critical factors and following certain protocols.

CE credits approved for FL, TX, OK, GA and NH.

At Jensen Hughes our team of engineers, scientists and consultants work as one team to address the complexities of safety and security to help our clients protect what matters. Mitigating the factors that could put lives, property and reputations at risk has been our objective for over 80 years. We’re dedicated to advancing the science of safety through technology, knowledge and best-in-class research and development. Our team includes more fire protection engineers, fire scientists and fire investigators than any other firm our size, allowing us to stay on the cutting edge of fire science while delivering the results of your investigation needs in a timely and cost-effective manner.