Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Claims: Evaluating Triggers, Stacking, Subrogation, Substitution of Benefits
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will review claims, defenses, and complex issues under uninsured motorist/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) policies. The program will highlight the significant coverage and procedural differences between "regular" policies and UM/UIM policies, the latest statutory and case law on "stacking" policies, exclusions, and bad faith litigation. The panel will also address "pay to play" statutes.
- Governing law
- Nature and scope of coverage
- Prerequisites for payment
- Amount of coverage and stacking
- Bad faith issues
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- Who is covered?
- Can policies be stacked?
- What offsets or liens apply to the benefits?
- What constitutes bad faith?
Kevin J. Riexinger
Mr. Riexinger is Counsel with the firm whose practice focuses primarily on the areas of complex civil and commercial... | Read More
Mr. Riexinger is Counsel with the firm whose practice focuses primarily on the areas of complex civil and commercial litigation. He represents insurers in complex coverage disputes including cases involving allegations of extra-contractual liability and unfair claim settlement practices. Mr. Riexinger also represents clients from various industries in commercial disputes and liability actions, including defending sports and recreational facilities and product manufacturers in lawsuits involving catastrophic losses. He also represents construction companies, engineering firms and design professionals in lawsuits related to defects and contract disputes.Close