Triggering Liability for Continuous First-Party Property Loss Spanning Multiple Policy Periods
Determining the Appropriate Trigger to Maximize Coverage or Minimize Liability
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide insurance counsel with a review and analysis of the issue of triggers in first-party property continuous damage claims, the various theories used by courts to determine which policy is triggered, and the evolving case law in this area.
- Injury-in-fact trigger
- Manifestation-of-damage trigger
- Other variations of trigger theories
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What events must take place within the policy's effective dates to trigger coverage?
- How do the injury-in-fact and manifestation-of-damage trigger theories differ?
- What other trigger rules have been applied in cases involving continuous loss?
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
Tred R. Eyerly
Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert
He has accumulated a wide variety of litigation skills, having practiced in Alaska, Commonwealth of the Northern... | Read More
He has accumulated a wide variety of litigation skills, having practiced in Alaska, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and Hawaii. He concentrates his practice on insurance coverage and commercial litigation. He is Chair of Hawaii Bar Assoc.’s Insurance Coverage Section and Co-chair of Additional Insureds Subcommittee, ABA Section of Litigation, Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee.Close