Gershenoff, Goldberg and Kam Participate in ABA Webinar, “No-Fault Insurance Anti-Fraud Litigation: An Overview”September 29, 2017 | Max Gershenoff | Ryan Goldberg | Priscilla D. Kam |
On October 25, 2017, Max Gershenoff (moderator), Ryan Goldberg and Priscilla Kam (panelists) will participate in an ABA webinar entitled, “No-Fault Insurance Anti-Fraud Litigation: An Overview.”
Though prosecutors, legislators, and regulators have made some attempts to resolve the problem, automobile insurers are—for now—the primary actors in the fight against no-fault fraud, and the primary vehicle for their action is civil litigation against no-fault insurance fraud rings. This program is intended as a general guide to no-fault insurance anti-fraud litigation from the perspective of a plaintiff-insurer.
No-fault insurance fraud has significant consequences for society. It imposes a “fraud tax” on consumers that is estimated at billions of dollars each year, undermines the laudable purpose of no-fault insurance laws, and exposes not only automobile insureds, but also the general public, to risk.
- Classify the type of fraud, and identify avenues for further investigation when approached by a client with a suspected case of no-fault insurance fraud;
- Evaluate potential causes of action, develop them into a legally-sufficient complaint, and defend that complaint against a dispositive motion; and
- Formulate a discovery strategy, justify the need for various types of discovery to the court, and leverage that discovery to obtain a favorable settlement or prove your client’s case at summary judgment or trial.
This webinar is CLE accredited for 1.5 general credits.
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