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Clm 2017 Annual Conference – Why Small Fires Become Big Fires? Effective Strategies For Developing Fire Spread Recoveries

March 30, 2017

Dean S. Rauchwerger spoke at the CLM 2017 Annual Conference on, “Why Small Fires Become Big Fires? Effective Strategies for Developing Fire Spread Recoveries.” 

The program addressed fire spread liabilities arising out of catastrophic fires, where increased fire damages and risks are avoidable.  This interactive panel presentation focused on significant recovery opportunities for fire spread losses.  Using real-world case studies, the presentation highlighted fire spread basics, forensic methodologies and practical strategies for developing fire spread subrogation recoveries and the critical liability proof for recurring fire spread scenarios, and the failures that allow small fires to grow large.