Identifying and Handling Insurance Fraud Cases
Category: On Demand
Member Price: $200
Non-Member Price: $250
Areas of Law: Insurance
|NJ CLE:||NJ CLE information: This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 4 hours of total CLE credit, including 1.2 in Ethics (Full Credits Available: NJ Civil Trial Attorney Credit: 4.0, NJ Ethics: 1.2, NJ General: 2.8).|
|NY CLE (t&nt):||NY Ethics Non-Transitional: 1.0, NY Professional Practice Non-Transitional: 3.0|
|PA CLE:||PA Ethics Credit: 1.0, PA Substantive Credit: 2.0
$12.00 fee – separate check payable to NJICLE must be submitted at the end of the program
- Al Garcia, Esq.
- Al Garcia, Esq., East Windsor
- Anthony J. Golowski, II, Esq
- Goldberg Segalla LLP, Princeton
- John C. Grady, Esq.
- Craig Annin & Baxter LLP, Woodbury
- Nicholas M. Insua, Esq.
- Reed Smith LLP, Newark
- Jonathan C. Magpantay, Esq.
- Marshall Dennehey, Mount Laurel
- Sherilyn Pastor, Esq
- McCarter & English, LLP, Newark
- Loren L. Pierce, Esq.
- Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C., Florham Park
Insurance fraud is any act committed to defraud an insurance process. Fraud may occur in various forms – through a false application for insurance benefits, the submission of a false claim, failing to disclose a fact material to a claim or benefit, or wrongfully retaining an insurance benefit. Insurance fraud is directly responsible for increased costs of insurance that extends to and impacts people in all walks of life. The effects of fraud extend to, i.e., automobile, health care Medicaid, disabilities and workers’ compensation insurance. The ramifications in the legal world are tremendous.
With this brand new NJICLE program, our panel of insurance experts will begin by discussing fraud in the application process, fraud in the claims process, and then continuing with presentations that will explore ways to detect insurance fraud and offer tips for successfully litigating an insurance fraud matter.
The program will culminate with a lively conversation focused on ethical issues that arise in insurance fraud cases. Topics such as attorney client privilege and waiver; protecting confidentiality; and recognizing and dealing with fraudulent or potentially fraudulent claims will be discussed.
Purchase for a program bursting with valuable information for all insurance law attorneys.