|Production Date:||December 5 2011|
Join New York No-Fault law expert Mitchell Lustig for this CLE presentation on the recent statutory and case updates to the state’s no-fault laws. Mr. Lustig explicates the important changes to the conditions precedent requirements with respect to the insurer’s defenses, and compares the different interpretations of the law by the First and Second Appellate Divisions. The course continues with a case analysis of when summary judgment can be granted based upon a peer review or IME. Also, you don’t want to miss Mr. Lustig’s answer to the most difficult question confronting no-fault insurers regarding what the requirements are for establishing timely mailing of denials of claims or requests for verification. Mr. Lustig wraps up with an insightful view into the history of No-Fault law, and the trends that have helped to shape current law. This program is a must see for all New York personal injury plaintiff and defense attorneys.
I. Condition Precedent Requirements and Unitrin
II. Offensive Summary Judgment by the Defendant
III. Proof of Mailing
IV. Trends in Arbitration
George (Bayport, NY)
This speaker was excellent.
Anthony (Sleepy Hollow, NY)
Daire (Buffalo, NY)
Howard (CARLE PLACE, NY)
Great presentation . Great insight to real issues.
Charles (New York, NY)
This guy clearly knows his no-fault law.
Timothy (Long Beach, NY)
I can say that he is passionate about a boring subject.
Gerard (hicksville, NY)
very good knowledge of subject
Jay S. (New York, NY)
Very informative, I especially liked the review of the Unitrin decision.
Lester (WHEATLEY HEIGHTS, NY)