Property Insurance Claims with Multiple Causation Losses: Coverage Fundamentals
Evaluating Causation in First-Party Claims with Covered and Non-Covered or Excluded Causes
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide an introduction to various approaches used by courts to determine coverage in first-party property insurance claims with multiple losses. The panel will explain best practices for counsel to insurers and policyholders in evaluating causation when there are covered and non-covered or excluded causes of loss.
- Efficient proximate cause doctrine
- Independent concurrent rule
- Enforcement of "anti-concurrent causation" language
- Best practices for insurers and policyholders in evaluating coverage
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What approaches have various courts taken to evaluate causation in losses with more than one cause?
- What should the parties consider in defining and counting the number of perils?
- What should the parties consider when working with consultants to investigate causes of losses?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Her practice focuses on defending bad faith claims and other complex coverage litigation. She represents insurers and... | Read More
Her practice focuses on defending bad faith claims and other complex coverage litigation. She represents insurers and reinsurers on a national basis, and her expertise includes analysis of complex claims under CGL, excess, E&O, D&O, EPLI, first-party property, auto, homeowners, marine, entertainment, media and specialty lines policies, as well as retrospectively rated and high deductible policies.Close
Susan J. Field
Her practice principally involves representing insurers in complex insurance disputes on a wide range of issues under... | Read More
Her practice principally involves representing insurers in complex insurance disputes on a wide range of issues under primary and excess policies and reinsurance coverages, with particular emphasis on general liability coverage claims involving environmental and other long-tail liabilities, personal and advertising injury coverage, E&O insurance and “bad faith” issues arising from such disputes.Close
Arden B. Levy
Arden Levy Law
She represents corporate and individual policyholders in insurance recovery matters, recouping millions of dollars for... | Read More
She represents corporate and individual policyholders in insurance recovery matters, recouping millions of dollars for her clients. She focuses on a wide range of policy issues including D&O liability and fraud investigations, employment liability, cyber and privacy loss, product liability, environmental claims, business interruption matters, bankruptcy, homeowner policies, and bad faith claims.Close