No matter how much experience a person has drafting Reservation of Rights letters, it is still easy to omit something. There is no set way to draft them and courts have been penalizing insurers for issuing Reservation of Rights letters that they do not believe are adequate. And this penalty can be severe -- the loss of coverage defenses. Look no further than January’s blockbuster decision from the South Carolina Supreme Court in Harleysville Group Insurance v. Heritage Group Communities.
Please join me on May 18th for the webinar: “The Definitive Reservation of Rights Checklist: 50 Things That Every ROR Needs”
50 things that every ROR needs sounds like a lot. But I can make the case that there are that many things that every ROR should have -- or consider.
This Is The Most Practical Webinar That Someone Will Ever Attend.
Most webinars involve esoteric discussion of case law. This court said this… This court said that… All this is forgotten five minutes after the webinar is over. Here, lawyers and adjusters will leave with a 50-item ROR checklist that they can begin to implement, in their actual work, 5 minutes after the webinar is over.
I am also pleased that the webinar is approved for CLE and adjuster CE in various states. Too many programs are approved for CLE for lawyers but not adjuster CE. Getting CE approval was a must-have for me in the arrangement.
I hope you’ll check out the program.