Insurance Bad Faith Trial Strategies: Case Evaluation, Jury Themes and Bifurcation
Developing Winning Trial Tactics for Plaintiffs/Policyholders and Insurers
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will address various trial strategies for plaintiffs/policyholders and insurers litigating bad faith insurance claims. The program will discuss how to evaluate the case to decide whether to go to trial or settle, convincing themes for the jury, and bifurcation of coverage trial from bad faith trial.
- Factors to consider for taking case to trial
- Developing themes for the jury
- Bifurcation of coverage trial from bad faith trial
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are some winning themes for policyholders/plaintiffs to present to the jury to play up to juror preconceived notions and biases regarding insurance companies?
- What are some winning themes for insurers to present to the jury to dispel negative juror preconceived notions and biases regarding insurance companies?
- What factors should insurers consider in deciding whether to move to bifurcate the coverage trial from the bad faith trial?
Mr. Glovsky's practice focuses on civil trial law, including insurance bad faith, catastrophic personal injury, and... | Read More
Mr. Glovsky's practice focuses on civil trial law, including insurance bad faith, catastrophic personal injury, and health-related cases. His insurance cases include representing clients in a wide range of cases with health, life, disability, property and liability insurers. His cases have been profiled on CNN and the other major networks.Close
Todd S. Schenk
Mr. Schenk is highly experienced in providing insurance coverage counseling and litigation representation to insurance... | Read More
Mr. Schenk is highly experienced in providing insurance coverage counseling and litigation representation to insurance companies. He is particularly skilled in handling third-party claims involving advertising injury and product liability, and first-party claims under residential and commercial property policies. Many of his cases require the defense of common law and statutory bad faith claims, which Mr. Schenk litigates in venues around the country.Close