May 18, 2017
In June 2016, we reported to you that the Michigan Court of Appeals, in Bazzi v Sentinel Insurance Co, 315 Mich App 763 (2016), abrogated the innocent third party rule for PIP cases. In reaching this decision, the Court of Appeals found that when an insurer is entitled to void its policy as to its insured because the policy was procured by fraud, the insurer is not obligated to pay no-fault PIP benefits to an innocent third party. The Michigan Supreme Court has now issued an order granting leave to appeal this decision. The Supreme Court will decide whether abrogation of the innocent third party rule applies for PIP cases. Most likely, there will not be a decision on this issue until early 2018.
This complimentary Deposition Boot Camp would be presented to a group of 10 or more in your office, as a half-day session.
This is an ideal presentation for new claim representatives. Based upon decades of experience, each Boot Camp addresses the Plaintiff’s reasons and motivations for deposing claims professionals, what needs to be done to prepare for the deposition, how to conduct oneself during a deposition, and practical “do’s and don’t’s” for claims professionals before and during the deposition. Practical demonstrations and participation in role-play scenarios complement and complete the presentation.
Please contact Eileen Carty at email@example.com or (248) 641-7600 to schedule a complimentary in-house presentation.