Itching & Twitching: Litigation Trends

Mar 27

Itching & Twitching: Litigation Trends

Mar 27 2018 - Mar 27 2018

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Itching and Twitching: Litigation Trends for Talc, Fibromyalgia, PTSD and Other Emerging Risks  

Presented by the Agent & Broker, Claims, and Regulatory & Legislative Interest Groups

Tuesday, March 27, 2018  2:00 pm Eastern
(note: a previous email incorrectly stated the date as 3/28)

What it’s about:

We all remember the asbestos craze of the late 20th century, when insureds and insurers realized that a serious health hazard was surrounding them in the very tiles, drywall and ceilings of their homes and workplaces. Since then, insurance professionals have been continuously on the lookout for the next risk and how to protect insureds.

This is a "must-attend" webinar if you haven't yet heard about the following three emerging risks and their litigation trends:

  • Talc: a potentially dangerous mineral being questioned for its ongoing use in both cosmetics and building materials

  • Fibromyalgia: a chronic pain syndrome that is shaking up personal injury litigation

  • PTSD: a difficult to define mental disorder at the center of today's mental health debate

Two lawyers will share their first-hand experience with these little-known risks and how litigation trends will impact insurance professionals.


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CPCU Society members: FREE
Nonmembers: $79

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Nonmembers: $189

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CPCUs who attend will be awarded one credit hour towards the CE for CPCUs program. Learn more about Continuing Education for CPCUs here.


Seymour Everett III, Esq., CPCU

Seymour B. Everett, CPCU, is a partner with the law firm Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard, and Smith, a national law firm representing public entities and private companies in virtually every industry. He is a national legal counsel with extensive product liability, mass tort, and general liability experience, and is a graduate of Seton Hall University School of Law and UCLA. Everett has extensive trial experience and regularly represents businesses and public entities as defense counsel in California and other jurisdictions throughout the United States in federal and state courts.


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