Kenneth P. Williams, Shareholder, Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney to Speak at The Knowledge Group’s Handling Insurance Bad Faith Claims

Top Quote The Knowledge Group, the leading producer of regulatory focused webcasts, has announced today that Kenneth P. Williams, Shareholder, Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney will speak at its webcast entitled, “Handling Insurance Bad Faith Claims: Red Flags to Watch Out For.” End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 27, 2022 - This event is scheduled for May 17, 2022 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (ET).

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    About Kenneth P. Williams
    Kenneth Williams is a shareholder in the Segal McCambridge Detroit office. He focuses his practice on representing corporations and insurance carriers in the areas of coverage and personal injury litigation. He has a wide array of jury trial experience in Michigan, Florida, and Illinois. He has also litigated matters including but not limited to general liability, premises liability, coverage and indemnification, employment discrimination, along with agency claims. He is also co-chair of the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee.

    About Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney
    The Segal McCambridge Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Practice Group represents domestic and international insurers in bad faith litigation, often involving complex legal issues and significant extra-contractual exposure. Our team has extensive experience defending insurers in lawsuits alleging bad faith and other extra-contractual claims arising out of property damage and catastrophe claims practices, defense and indemnity obligations, excess liability judgments, uninsured and underinsured motorist claims and personal injury protection and medical payment claims practices.

    In addition to the skilled representation we provide in cases of bad faith litigation, our group members also offer coverage analysis and dispute resolution services to primary, excess and umbrella insurers. Our attorneys include a nationwide network of experienced attorneys who serve as counselors and advocates experienced in a myriad of insurance products and issues.

    Event Summary
    While the essence of insurance is to hedge against financial losses caused by unexpected damages, there are instances when an insurance company fails to fulfill its obligations and duty of good faith. This instance, more commonly known as insurance bad faith, can happen in several ways, including an insurer’s misrepresentation of the contract or its failure to disclose specific policy scopes.

    Insurance laws governing bad faith practices are innately complex, thus proving the elements of a bad faith claim can be tricky and challenging. Additionally, the increasingly dishonest tactics of insurance companies and third-party adjusters today highlight the need to proactively detect the red flags before they snowball into a massive financial damage and unnecessary headache.

    Listen as highly experienced counsel Kenneth P. Williams (Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney) and Hillary N. Ladov (Goldberg Segalla) provide the audience with the latest and significant issues surrounding bad faith insurance litigation. Speakers will also provide practical strategies in a rapidly evolving legal landscape.

    Key issues that will be covered in this course are:
    • Significant Developments in Bad Faith Insurance
    • Red Flags to Look Out For
    • Best Strategies to Prove the Elements of a Bad Faith Claim
    • Implications of Bad Faith Claims
    • Notable Bad Faith Insurance Cases
    • An Outlook

    About The Knowledge Group
    Founded in November 2006, The Knowledge Group has been at the forefront of providing quality continuing education programs for lawyers, accountants, financial executives, risk and compliance specialists, human resources professionals, technology officers, and business consultants in a wide range of industries.

    The Knowledge Group strives to be the best-in-class provider of continuing education by bringing forth relevant content you can’t get anywhere else.

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