IASIU 2019 Seminar & Expo on Insurance Fraud
This session will address how the ride-sharing industry has unexpectedly taken the insurance world by storm. Will your typical personal automobile insurance policy cover an Uber accident? How do we handle assaults, physical attacks, and other instances other than your simple car accident? What policy terms, exclusions, and general provisions are key to analyzing ride-sharing liability? What about third-party drivers? How is PIP coverage implicated? What is "gap" coverage and how do I manage the gap between a ride-sharing policy and an automobile policy? How is the duty to cooperate impacted and does the ride-sharing provider have an obligation to cooperate in a claims investigation? These are just a few questions we will roundtable and answer for you by using both real-world and hypothetical examples.
This panel of attorneys and claims professionals will address the most recent advances in technology and how these gadgets and gizmos can assist us in the world of insurance defense litigation and claims handling. Topics will include: (1) wearable devices such as Fitbit and Nike Fuelband; and (2) digital assistants such as Alexa Echo and Dot or Google Home. What information do these devices store? How do we get it? Is it admissible in court? How can we harness this information to our advantage? Alexa is already solving murders across the country. What else can she do for you?
Approved for CE credit in CA, FL, & TX.