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Claims handling insurance expert witnesses are generally associated with property and casualty (P&C) losses. They assist attorneys and other parties in resolving disputes that arise from insurance coverage, including property damage, construction defect claims, first-party claims for loss or damage to property, and other liability coverage related disputes. As an expert witness they will provide analysis of complex insurance issues though expertise based on training as an insurer or adjuster, research into various aspects of the law or exhaustive knowledge about standard industry practices within the specific line of business being disputed.
In the context of litigation a Claims Handling Insurance Expert Witness’s role is to strengthen a case for one side or defend against another side by providing factual information that assists lawyers and juries to understand how the particular issue is governed by state regulations associated with P&C coverages. They will offer opinions on policy language interpretation; analyze detailed facts about a dispute in order to determine if it is covered under applicable policies; discuss industry best practices in regards to investigative techniques; evaluate evidence gathered through investigations; provide testimony at depositions or trials regarding their findings during the investigations process; calculate damages from breaches of contracts; and conduct research using legal databases such as Lexis Nexis among others.
Such complexity puts legal teams at risk as well financial hardship without advances understanding into intricate details of state based regulations governing P&C coverages. It is up Claims Handling Insurance Expert Witnesses to uncover any red flags that can help influence decisions decided upon in court rooms across jurisdictions throughout America everyday on often complicated matters which require additional analysis beyond what general counsel specializes in but requires a deep understanding beyond what many economic experts possess within these highly regulated industries while make sure their analysis follows public policy parameters and provides results admissible as evidence before trial courts all over United States.
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