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2018 Insurance Law CLE The Beating Heart of Bad Faith & IFCA: Unreasonableness, Damages & Talking with Your Jurors

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$130 for EAGLE Member
$157 for Legal Staff
$157 for Regular Member

285 minutes
Date Published

May 11, 2018

Publisher

Washington State Association for Justice

Subjects

Insurance Law

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2018 Insurance Law CLE
The Beating Heart of Bad Faith & IFCA: Unreasonableness, Damages & Talking with Your Jurors
Chairpersons Ian Birk and Kristine Grelish
Friday, May 11, 2018
Westin Hotel, Seattle or via Webcast
3.0 Law & Legal Credits • 0.5 Ethics credits

8:20-8:30 Introduction
Seminar Chairs

8:30-9:00 Showing Unreasonableness in 1st Party Cases
Gary Williams, Quilcene Attorney

9:00-9:30 Damages in 1st Party Cases
Isaac Ruiz, Seattle Attorney

9:30-10:00 UIM Bad Faith
Janelle Carney, Spokane Attorney

10:00-10:15 Break

10:15-10:45 Unreasonableness in 3rd Party Cases
Richard Dykstra, Seattle Attorney

10:45-11:15 Damages in 3rd Party Cases
David Beninger, Seattle Attorney

11:15-11:45 Fees, Ethics, and When Insurers Try to Wedge
Shannon Kilpatrick, Seattle Attorney & Dick Kilpatrick, Bellevue Attorney

11:45-12:00 Q&A

12:00-12:45 Lunch

12:45-1:05 Bad Faith. Good Stuff. Jurors and Bad Faith Cases
Jeff Boyd, Seattle Attorney

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Presenters

Kristine Grelish

Kristine Grelish is the owner of GRELISH LAW PLLC, with offices in Seattle and Yakima. She primarily practices in the areas... Read More

Ian S. Birk

Ian Stephen Birk practices in Keller Rohrback L.L.P.’s section for plaintiff tort litigation. Mr. Birk’s practice emphasizes... Read More

Gary Williams

Gary Williams first encountered insurance claims when he went to work at Safeco in 1968. He then attended University of Puget... Read More

Isaac Ruiz

Isaac Ruiz recently launched the Plaintiff Litigation Group in Pioneer Square, Seattle. Before that, he was a partner with... Read More

Janelle M. Carney

Janelle M. Carney is the Managing Shareholder for the Spokane and Tri-Cities offices of GLP Attorneys. She has been a proud... Read More

Richard Dykstra

For more than thirty years, Richard’s practice has focused on issues of insurance coverage and insurance company good faith... Read More

David Beninger

Mr. Beninger is a shareholder/partner with the Luvera Law Firm, where he has practiced for the last 28 years.

He... Read More

Shannon Kilpatrick

Shannon M. Kilpatrick practices at DawsonBrownPS in Seattle. She focuses her practice on substantial personal injury claims,... Read More

Dick Kilpatrick

Dick Kilpatrick is working to close a 42-year plaintiff practice for injury claims, insurance coverage, insurance bad faith... Read More

Jeffrey D. Boyd, Esq.

Jeff Boyd has been a trial lawyer since 1982 and has tried over 100 civil jury trials. In addition to his private practice,... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

2018 Insurance Law CLE - Paper
Showing Unreasonableness in 1st Party Cases - Video
Damages in 1st Party Cases - Video
UIM Bad Faith - Video
Unreasonableness in 3rd Party Cases - Video
Damages in 3rd Party Cases - Video
Fees, Ethics, and When Insurers Try to Wedge - Video
Bad Faith. Good Stuff. Jurors and Bad Faith Cases - Video
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