USAA-PIP-AIS-IFCA (the letters say it all)

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

Suing USAA for its bad faith PIP practices made easy. All the forms, pleadings, and a litigation roadmap to make suing USAA a pleasant experience for everyone but USAA will be explained. New WSAJ document exchange will be unveiled for this purpose.

Presenters
Michael E. Nelson
MICHAEL E. NELSON, founder of Nelson Langer Engle, PLLC, is a seasoned litigator who has practiced in Washington State for more than 40 years. His practice emphasizes traumatic brain injury, serious injury, and insurance law, including bad faith and...More
Jason A. Baker
Jason A. Baker wrote the chapter on PIP for the 2018 WSAJ Motor Vehicle Litigation deskbook. He was born in Burien where he also went to Highline High School. He next earned his Bachelor of Arts (BA) from Humboldt State University in Arcata,...More

Originally Published

June 19, 2019


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  • USAA-PIP-AIS-IFCA (the letters say it all)
  • USAA-PIP-AIS-IFCA (the letters say it all) - Slide Deck

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