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How to Settle Uninsured Motorist Claims: Tips for Both Parties- On CD

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How to Settle Uninsured Motorist Claims: Tips for Both Parties- On CD

In any accident involving an uninsured or underinsured motorist, attorneys on both sides of the fence MUST be familiar with recent holdings from the Tennessee appellate courts. Learn these recent holdings and get valuable insights on settling an uninsured/underinsured motorist claim by participating in the all-new Tennessee Attorneys Memo audio conference, How to Settle Uninsured Motorist Claims: Tips for Both Parties.

Some recent holdings of appellate courts include:

  • The Tennessee Supreme Court held that an uninsured motorist carrier may reduce the amount owed under an uninsured motorist provision by the amount of settlement proceeds an insured receives from a non-motorist.
  • The Court of Appeals held that an uninsured motorist carrier had no liability when the injured party received workers’ compensation benefits that exceeded the liability of the uninsured motorist policy.
  • The Court of Appeals reversed the dismissal of a claim against an uninsured motorist carrier after a plaintiff failed to file a fourth summons on an uninsured motorist within one year of the last unsuccessful attempt at service.

 

You risk nothing by ordering this CD, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this audio conference.

Because this is a CD audio seminar you enjoy:

  • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
  • No travel-related expenses or complications;
  • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.

One more reason to attend: Your audio conference leader

John Allyn

John Allyn is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt University School of Law. After graduation he was employed in various legal positions within the insurance industry, most recently as Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary of PGC Holdings Corp., a Nashville-based automobile insurer.  For 12 years he was a trial attorney for this company and has extensive courtroom experience throughout Tennessee in insurance defense and insurance coverage cases. At present, he is semi-retired and lives in Nashville with his wife and two sons.

How to Settle Uninsured Motorist Claims: Tips for Both Parties- On CD

 Presented by a Tennessee attorney with extensive courtroom experience in insurance defense and coverage cases, John Allyn
In any accident involving an uninsured or underinsured motorist, attorneys on both sides of the fence MUST be familiar with recent holdings from the Tennessee appellate courts. Learn these recent holdings and get valuable insights on settling an uninsured/underinsured motorist claim by participating in the all-new Tennessee Attorneys Memo audio conference, How to Settle Uninsured Motorist Claims: Tips for Both Parties.

Some recent holdings of appellate courts include:

  • The Tennessee Supreme Court held that an uninsured motorist carrier may reduce the amount owed under an uninsured motorist provision by the amount of settlement proceeds an insured receives from a non-motorist.
  • The Court of Appeals held that an uninsured motorist carrier had no liability when the injured party received workers’ compensation benefits that exceeded the liability of the uninsured motorist policy.
  • The Court of Appeals reversed the dismissal of a claim against an uninsured motorist carrier after a plaintiff failed to file a fourth summons on an uninsured motorist within one year of the last unsuccessful attempt at service.

When you participate in this interactive live event, a Tennessee attorney with extensive courtroom experience in insurance defense and coverage cases will cover:

  • Policy limits. Determine whether your client has uninsured motorist coverage and confirm the limits.
  • Parties. Always join the uninsured motorist insurer.
  • Service. Serve the uninsured motorist insurer in the manner prescribed by statute. Serve the tort-feasor with process. If you can’t, keep reissuing process in accordance with Rule 3 of the Tennessee Rules of Civil Procedure.
  • Pleadings. When filing an answer on behalf of the uninsured motorist insurer, reserve the right of election. Plead the policy limits in your answer.
  • Subrogation. Consider waiving subrogation rather than agreeing to a TCA 56-7-1206(f) arbitration. Protect the insurer’s subrogation interest.
  • Dismissal. Do not agree to an unconditional dismissal of the uninsured motorist insurer prior to entry of the final judgment in the case. Do not refuse to dismiss an uninsured motorist carrier from the suit when it is reasonably clear that the tort-feasor is not uninsured or underinsured.



You risk nothing by ordering this CD, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this audio conference.

Because this is a CD audio seminar you enjoy:

  • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
  • No travel-related expenses or complications;
  • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.

 

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