New for 2018, Advisen will host a half-day conference, focusing on the phenomenon of big, nasty claims in the casualty sector.
Mass torts and class actions with the potential to exceed $100 million take years to settle, tax corporate resources disproportionately, and often bring out the liability sharks.
Aimed at risk managers and claims professionals along with carriers, brokers, and attorneys, this inaugural event seeks to help all parties keep the sharks at bay.
Our agenda will explore loss trends and other big nasty claim insights, using Advisen data. Panels will address how companies can better prepare for mass torts and class action situations, addressing claims management best practice, carrier selection, limit adequacy, jurisdiction and other influential factors.
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To attend any Advisen conference for free, you must be a full-time in-house Risk Manager/Buyer of Insurance at an insured only. This free offer does not apply to those who take on this responsibility part-time or are in IT or Finance departments, consultants, vendors, service providers, or brokers. Advisen reserves the right to determine your eligibility for this offer if your principal function is not insurance risk management.
If you are a full time Risk Manager and do not have the code to register at the complimentary rate, complete the risk manager verification.
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At the Event, you may receive access to Advisen and third party content. Advisen is not liable for the information in the third party content. You may use them solely for your own internal, non-commercial purposes. Unauthorized distribution (via sales, copying, posting on intranet/internet) is expressly forbidden.
We consistently deliver an audience that is comprised of 20% Risk Managers & Insurance Buyers, Brokers (20%), Insurance Carriers (36%), Lawyers (6%), Service Providers (9%) and other insurance professionals (9%).
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