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Insurance Bad Faith: Interpreting Policies and Using Discovery to Establish Your Case

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$0 for CAALA Members

60 minutes
Date Published

November 6, 2019

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Bad Faith, Insurance Bad Faith

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Summary

Insurance bad faith cases arise when insurance companies breach the express or implied terms of their insurance policies. To prove that a breach occurred, it is crucial to understand principles of contract formation, policy interpretation, and the statutory regulation of insurance contracts. This webinar shall provide an overview of these principles, explain how to handle discovery in insurance cases, and educate the attendee on how to understand and use the materials produced in discovery to prove bad faith.

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Presenters

Torsten Bassell

Torsten Bassell is a partner at Lari-Joni & Bassell, LLP. He is a trial lawyer, who has secured significant settlements,... Read More

Randy Hess

Randy Hess is a shareholder and senior attorney at Adleson, Hess & Kelly where his practice focuses on the representation of... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Insurance Bad Faith: Interpreting Policies and Using Discovery to Establish Your Case
Insurance Bad Faith: Interpreting Policies and Using Discovery to Establish Your Case - Paper
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