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Andy Detherage and Charlie Edwards present Lessons from a Recent $204 Million Jury Verdict Against 17 Insurers


Andy Detherage and Charlie Edwards, co-chairs of the firm’s Insurance Recovery & Counseling Practice Group, recently provided two CLE’s on the subject “Handling A Complex Insurance Claim:  Lessons From A Recent $204 Million Jury Verdict Against 17 Insurers.” On Dec. 4, Andy and Charlie presented at the Winter ACCumulate Conference for the ACC Indiana chapter. Nearly 60 in-house counsel members of the chapter attended the event which was held at the MISO headquarters in Carmel, Indiana. On Dec. 15, Andy and Charlie, joined by Andrea Warren of the Indianapolis office, did a similar presentation via webinar to a group of approximately 30 participants. Both presentations included the following topics:

  • Understanding your coverage
  • Putting together your claim
  • Avoiding procedural traps
  • The importance of preparation
  • Choosing your theme
  • Making your case understandable to the jury
Click here for a copy of the presentation.

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