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Rebroadcast - April 24, 2020
This program was recorded on February 4, 2020
Your client’s commercial or residential property burns to the ground. What do you do?
This course will detail the various types of claims litigation that can ensue after a property loss. We will teach you how to litigate first and third party property loss claims. We will discuss the intricacies of coverage, the “Made Whole Doctrine”, choice of law, valuation including actual cash value versus replacement costs, business interruption, and the proper selection of experts including the public adjusters. We will also address third party professional liability in the setting of underinsured first party claim.
Brian Goodman is a trial lawyer and principal at the firm. He represents clients in the defense of civil claims, including serious personal injury and products liability claims. Brian also represents churches and other religious institutions in the defense of sexual misconduct claims. In addition to his active trial practice, Brian represents a national insurance-industry trade association in regulatory and licensing matters, and, as such, has been and continues to be very active with the NAIC (National Association of Insurance Commissioners). He lectures extensively for continuing education credit in numerous states on first-party property insurance matters and authored a chapter in the ABA book on First Party Property Litigation.
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Kelly Donohue is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law. Ranking second in her graduating class, Ms. Donohue was the recipient of numerous academic awards including a Distinguished Scholar award for her work in the University of Baltimore Civil Advocacy Clinic representing Baltimore City residents. Ms. Donohue also holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland in Neurobiology and Physiology. Since completing her formal education, Ms. Donohue has worked as a trial attorney in the areas of medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, catastrophic personal injury, and first and third party property loss as well as property loss subrogation. Beginning her career at Goodell, DeVries, Leech & Dann, LLP in Baltimore, one of the State’s largest and most prestigious defense litigation firms, Kelly spent twelve years defending multi-billion-dollar health care systems throughout Maryland as well as individual health care providers. Ms. Donohue’s extensive litigation experience defending negligence actions equips her with a unique understanding of how such lawsuits are defended and how insurance companies evaluate and value losses.
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