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WSAJ's 39th Annual INSURANCE LAW SEMINAR

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January 27, 2017

Publisher

Washington State Association for Justice

Subjects

Insurance Law

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WSAJ's 39th Annual
INSURANCE LAW SEMINAR
Chairpersons: MIKE WAMPOLD & KRISTINE GRELISH
Recorded: Friday, January 27, 2017, Seattle

WSBA A/V ID# 1029761
6.0 CLE Credits Approved: 5.0 Law & Legal, 0.5 Ethics, 0.5 Other

8:20 - 8:30 Welcome and Opening
Mike Wampold, Seminar Co-chair, Seattle Attorney
Kristine Grelish, Seminar Co-chair, Seattle Attorney
8:30-8:55 Landmines to Navigate and Tools to Use When Handling a Multiple Plaintiff Injury Case
Will Dixon, Seattle Attorney
8:55-9:15 UIM: Special Beast or Just Another Insurance Case?
Deborah Nelson, Seattle Attorney
9:15-9:55 Damages: Scope, Limits and Proving Causation in Insurance Cases
Shannon Kilpatrick, Seattle Attorney
9:55-10:10 Break
10:10-10:45 A Closer Look at Hot IFCA Topics
Leonard Feldman, Seattle Attorney
10:45-11:10 What to Watch for on Professional Liability Insurance and Health Care Reform – New Coverage Option for Small Employers
Jeremy Moran and Kyle Lampi, Moranco & Associates, Spokane
11:10-11:35 PIP Litigation
Dave Breskin, Seattle Attorney
11:35-12:05 Annual Insurance Law Update
Valerie McOmie, WSAJ Amicus Co-coordinator
Daniel E. Huntington, WSAJ Amicus Co-coordinator
1:30-2:00 You Won! So, Now What? Obtaining fees and avoiding pitfalls
David Roosa, Seattle Attorney
2:00-2:30 Putting On Your Damages Case Before the Jury
Mike Wampold, Seattle Attorney
2:30-3:00 Subrogation
Lisa Benedetti, Seattle Attorney
3:00-3:15 Break
3:15-3:45 Ethical Issues that Arise When Handling Insurance Law Cases
Matt Albrecht, Spokane Attorney
3:45-4:20 How To Avoid Being the Target: When the Defense Makes You the Bad Guy
David Beninger, Seattle Attorney
4:20-4:30 Questions & Answers with the Speakers

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Presenters

David M. Beninger
Luvera Law Firm

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

Matthew C. Albrecht
Albrecht Law PLLC

Matt Albrecht calls Spokane, Washington home. Having personally seen the tragic consequences of carelessness, his background... Read More

Lisa V. Benedetti
Pivotal Law Group, PLLC

Lisa V. Benedetti was born and raised locally in Puyallup. Since receiving her J.D. from the University of Washington School... Read More

Richard Dykstra
Friedman | Rubin

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

Daniel E. Huntington
Richter-Wimberley, P.S.

Dan Huntington is a Spokane lawyer. Dan received his B.A. degree from Gonzaga University, and his J.D. degree from Boalt... Read More

Valerie McOmie
Attorney At Law

Valerie D. McOmie is a lawyer from Camas, Washington. Ms. McOmie received her J.D. from New York University School of Law in... Read More

David E. Breskin
Breskin Johnson & Townsend PLLC

David Breskin provides counseling and litigation services on employment-related matters under federal and state laws,... Read More

Marty Moran
Moranco National

Marty Moran was born and raised north of Spokane and attended Whitworth University. He is Dad to 6 kids, who he loves and... Read More

Drew Jordan
Moranco National

Moranco welcomed Drew Jordan to the employee benefits team in 2016. Drew is a graduate of Washington State University. His... Read More

Jeremy Moran
Moranco National

Jeremy Moran has been working at Moranco & Associates in the Professional Liability division since 1999. He graduated... Read More

Kyle Lampi
Moranco National

Kyle Lampi joined the Moranco team in 2014 as a Professional Liability Producer. Kyle is a graduate from Western Washington... Read More

Leonard J. Feldman
Peterson Wampold Rosato Luna Knopp

Leonard Feldman is a partner at Peterson Wampold Rosato Feldman & Luna, where he focuses on state and federal appeals. ... Read More

Shannon Kilpatrick
DawsonBrown, P.S.

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

Deborah M. Nelson
Nelson Boyd

Deborah Nelson is a magna cum laude graduate of Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Georgia, and of the... Read More

William L. Dixon, V
Dixon Law Firm, PLLC

William L. Dixon V, founder of Dixon Law Firm, PLLC, for 20 years has focused on the representation of plaintiffs who have... Read More

Kristine Grelish
Grelish Law PLLC

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

Michael Wampold
Peterson Wampold Rosato Luna Knopp

Mike is a Seattle native and graduated from Franklin High School. He attended Yale University where he graduated magna cum... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

39th Annual INSURANCE LAW SEMINAR - Book
Landmines to Navigate and Tools to Use When Handling a Multiple Plaintiff Injury Case - Video
Landmines to Navigate and Tools to Use When Handling a Multiple Plaintiff Injury Case - Audio
UIM: Special Beast or Just Another Insurance Case? - Video
UIM: Special Beast or Just Another Insurance Case? - Audio
Damages: Scope, Limits and Proving Causation in Insurance Cases - Video
Damages: Scope, Limits and Proving Causation in Insurance Cases - Audio
A Closer Look at Hot IFCA Topics - Video
A Closer Look at Hot IFCA Topics - Audio
What to Watch for on Professional Liability Insurance and Health Care Reform – New Coverage Option for Small Employers - Video
What to Watch for on Professional Liability Insurance and Health Care Reform – New Coverage Option for Small Employers - Audio
PIP Litigation - Video
PIP Litigation - Audio
Annual Insurance Law Update - Video
Annual Insurance Law Update - Audio
You Won! So, Now What? Obtaining fees and avoiding pitfalls - Video
You Won! So, Now What? Obtaining fees and avoiding pitfalls - Audio
Putting On Your Damages Case Before the Jury - Video
Putting On Your Damages Case Before the Jury - Audio
Subrogation - Video
Subrogation - Audio
Ethical Issues that Arise When Handling Insurance Law Cases - Video
Ethical Issues that Arise When Handling Insurance Law Cases - Audio
How To Avoid Being the Target: When the Defense Makes You the Bad Guy - Video
How To Avoid Being the Target: When the Defense Makes You the Bad Guy - Audio
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