Breaking Down Bad Faith: Insurers’ Good Faith Duties and Defusing Plaintiff Perceptions
2022 Claims Education Conference
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Breaking Down Bad Faith: Insurers’ Good Faith Duties and Defusing Plaintiff Perceptions

Breaking Down Bad Faith: Insurers’ Good Faith Duties and Defusing Plaintiff Perceptions

Brett Carey will participate in the 2022 Claims Education Conference presented by International Insurance Institute, Inc., American Educational Institute and The Society of Claims Law Associates on May 10-13, 2022.

During his presentation, “Breaking Down Bad Faith: Insurers’ Good Faith Duties and Defusing Plaintiff Perceptions,” Carey will discuss important claims handling duties and explain their origin and importance. Despite the difficulties that bad faith claims can present, insurers can still prevail where they act diligently and consistent with their good faith duties under the law. Further, this seminar will break down the practical realities of bad faith litigation.

Those who attend will gain an understanding of the source and substantive features of the claims handling process and resulting bad faith claims. By understanding the source and origin of a claims handler’s good faith duties, attendees will be better positioned to handle difficult claims that require a comprehensive approach and analysis. Moreover, understanding the substantive features of bad faith claims allows claims handlers to identify certain issues that should be focused upon in the claims-handling phase or in the litigation process.