WEBCAST: How to Identify and Resolve High Exposure Claims Early
Previously recorded: Thursday, March 21, 2019
Join NAM neutral, Bob Worden Esq., as he teaches how to perform a detailed, objective analysis of complex information to achieve the best strategies and results for claim resolution.
High exposure claims hold the potential to be costly. Learning to assess the potential for a claim to turn into a major claim, and working to find resolution early on, will save time and money on both defense and indemnity in the long run. Learn to identify the potential settlement value if the claim morphs into a major claim, what could be done to resolve a claim before it morphs, and the importance of gathering information aggressively.
Join this webcast session and walk away learning these skills for success:
- Recognizing the types of typical high exposure claims;
- Dealing with lack of information at onset of claim;
- Claimant and insurance carrier psychology;
- Mindsets for success and mindsets to avoid
- And much more!
About NAM’s Presenter
Bob Worden Esq.,| Hearing Officer | NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation)
With over 35 years’ experience in litigating in the New York Metro area, Bob Worden, Esq. is best known for handling high-exposure, catastrophic personal injury and property damage claims. He performs detailed objective analysis of complex information to achieve the best strategies for claim resolution. He is highly regarded throughout the United States for his experience handling matters involving Medicare Lien Issues and is regularly asked to consult with major insurance carriers regarding Medicare, Medicaid and other lien compliance matters. His goal is to reach consensus where possible. Where resolution through consensus is difficult, he is creative in finding alternative solutions.
Mr. Worden is available to arbitrate and mediate cases throughout the United States.
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