Charles Rocco and Ashley Vicere to Present on Insurance Adjuster Ethics at Loss Executives Association’s Fall Conference

Shareholder Charles Rocco and associate Ashley Vicere of Foran Glennon’s New York office will be featured on a panel at the Loss Executives Association’s Fall Conference held on September 10, 2021, in Galloway, New Jersey.

The panel, which also includes Danielle Kaminski of Lowers Risk Group and Bill Kramer of William Kramer and Associates, will lead more than 160 representatives of the insurance industry through the topic of Insurance Adjuster Ethics.

Charles, Ashley and fellow panelists will cover various aspects of ethical considerations in the insurance industry including:

  • Insurers’ ethical obligations to insurance companies and policyholders
  • Common ethical pitfalls and how to avoid them
  • Review of the general guidelines for ethical conduct in handling claims from notice of loss through litigation
  • Duty of good faith and unfair settlement practices
  • A variety of examples of ethical issues that arise within insurance claims

The panel will also offer a ROR and denial letter workshop detailing states’ legal requirements regarding the timing and substance of coverage communications with the insured.

This session will satisfy the two-hour Ethics requirement for Adjusters.

Registration for the event will be limited. The fee for regular members and guests is $195 and $450 for associate members.

To reserve your place in the session, register here.

Charles Rocco focuses his practice on property insurance coverage matters, bringing an impressive history of representing clients in issues relating to litigation of casualty, products liability and subrogation matters. He also has extensive experience in commercial litigation involving contract disputes and unfair business practices.

Ashley Vicere is an experienced insurance attorney concentrating in matters of first-party property coverage and commercial litigation. She regularly represents insurance companies in property, casualty and subrogation matters.

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