Headed to Court? Tread Carefully and Bring Litigation Insight

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Today, litigation insights are available that can provide insurers unprecedented visibility into how a particular type of claim may fare in court. For example, its possible to uncover win rates of opposing attorneys by claim type. This data can be used to fine-tune offers based on historical settlements.
Watch this webinar to hear a real-world case study in which litigation insights potentially could have turned the tide for an insurer and saved the claims department thousands of dollars. Experts will outline the life of a litigation claim and provide guidance to better outcomes in disputed claims.
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In 2017, there were 243,305 uninsured Kansans. Of them, 74,098 would have been newly eligible for Medicaid coverage if the state had expanded its program. Another 33,237 were already eligible for Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) but were not enrolled. More than half (130,317) of uninsured Kansans in 2017 could have qualified for subsidies to purchase health insurance on the marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

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ALI's 2018 Restatement on Liability Insurance: What Insurance Industry Professionals Need to Know

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The significance of the new Restatement on the insurance industry is in dispute. Historically, Restatements published by the ALI have had an enormous influence on binding legal decisions. The U.S. Supreme Court cited ALI publications 71 times during the 2013 to 2015 terms of Court, and state and federal courts have cited ALI publications over 200,000 times. Several courts cited the Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance even before the ALI formally voted to adopt it. Since adoption, the number of citations to, and courts' reliance on, the Restatement has accelerated.
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Transforming Property and Casualty (P&C) Insurance Claims

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The global economy has quickly adapted to the new normal, and customer expectations of speed and security continue to drive innovation and adoption. COVID-19 has moved digitization to the forefront, and Property & Casualty (P&C) insurance is no exception. As insurers look to protect employees while answering policyholder demands for faster and safer payment methods, push to card solutions have emerged as a method of offering a new level of flexibility and speed to a traditionally ACH and check heavy industry.
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How to Protect your Chemical Business (LCs and Credit Insurance)

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AETI was founded in 1995 by Richard M. Chip Thomas, a veteran international banker. Its objective is to offer practical training and consulting on export finance to companies, banks and government agencies. Since inception, AETI has trained more than 9,700 executives representing over 6,500 organizations across the United States and around the world. Trade Technologies has offices in Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Hong Kong, Houston, Istanbul, London, Los Angeles, Mumbai, New York, San Francisco, Singapore and Stuttgart.
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Understand the basics of insurance policies available on construction projects, claims that may be covered, and common problems in making claims.

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Claims for damage to property or persons often arise in connection with ongoing or completed construction projects. For many of these claims parties maintain insurance that may potentially provide a source for coverage and recovery for those claims. This topic will address excess insurance policies, builders' risk insurance, and errors and omissions (aka professional liability) policies for design professionals and typical exemptions. In a world that is constantly changing, this topic will address some of the latest developments in how federal and some state courts are interpreting insurance contracts. This content has been prepared by attorneys with more than 35 combined years of experience in construction litigation and will help you understand the basics of insurance policies available on construction projects, the types of claims that may be covered, and common problems in identifying and making claims under those policies.
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Spotlight

In 2017, there were 243,305 uninsured Kansans. Of them, 74,098 would have been newly eligible for Medicaid coverage if the state had expanded its program. Another 33,237 were already eligible for Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) but were not enrolled. More than half (130,317) of uninsured Kansans in 2017 could have qualified for subsidies to purchase health insurance on the marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

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