This course addresses the handling of property damage and personal injury claims resulting from snow, ice and other weather-related events, with a special focus on remedies for property damage related claims and shifting liability to the insured and/or other parties, as well as a discussion on calculating damages.
The program is taught by Florina Altshiler, the managing partner of Russo & Toner’s Buffalo office. Following course completion, attorneys will be able to identify different types of property damage, better prepare for depositions and examinations under oath (EUO), understand auto and homeowner’s policy limitations, the applicability of additional living expenses (ALE) calculations, and remedies under the Broad Evidence Rule.
Florina Altshiler is a litigation attorney specializing in labor law and premise liability matters. Her practice also includes medical malpractice and general negligence law. Previously, Ms. Altshiler worked as an Assistant District Attorney for the State of Alaska where she handled the prosecution of the highest-level felonies including homicides, sexual assaults and violent felonies through jury trial. She has prosecuted over twenty cases through jury verdict. Prior to working as a prosecutor, Ms. Altshiler honed her litigation skills at nationally recognized law firms in New York City for seven years. She has significant experience in the areas of complex medical malpractice, premises liability and construction accident litigation.
Ms. Altshiler is the managing attorney for the firm’s Buffalo, NY office.
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