Tom Moody and Nick Travis Outline Appraisal Strategies and Property Case Law Developments at the PLRB Claims Conference
Clausen Miller partners Tom Moody and Nick Travis will offer insights on property and liability insurance issues and recent legal developments at the Property and Liability Resource Bureau (PLRB) Claims Conference in Orlando March 19-22. Both of the sessions will run twice to give attendees additional opportunities to hear from Tom and Nick.
Tom’s session “Appraisal: Strategic Overview” will analyze:
- The process for resolving a claim through appraisal
- Jurisdictional limitations
- Recent case law developments
- Strategies for effectively using appraisal
This session will take place Tuesday, March 21 at 8am and Wednesday, March 22 at 10:30am.
Nick’s session “Property Case Law Developments: Personal Lines” will detail:
- How recent case law impacts claim investigation techniques
- Key investigative materials and methods to assist in evaluation of a claim
- Reasoning skills to apply policy provisions to factual scenarios
- Property insurance coverage issues from national and state levels
This session will take place Tuesday, March 21 at 10:30am and Wednesday, March 22 at 3:30pm.
PLRB serves the property and casualty insurance industry by educating members on developments in the industry and working to increase productivity and efficiency in the property and liability loss and claim adjustment process. The PLRB Claims Conference is open to those employed by the insurance industry and those who provide services directly to insurers. Details and registration information are here.
Tom Moody focuses his practice on civil-litigation defense, with an emphasis on first-party property disputes. He also has extensive experience successfully representing civil defendants in matters including insurer bad faith, commercial-premises liability, professional liability and malpractice, governmental-entity liability, pre-suit coverage analysis, admiralty and maritime claims, wrongful-death claims, and personal injury claims.
Nick Travis concentrates his practice in professional liability, first-party property litigation and extra-contractual claims. He has experience in counseling clients across a broad range of sectors in compliance matters in addition to developing litigation strategies designed to mitigate liability exposure.