For over a decade, the CLM Construction Conference has been the largest gathering of insurance and litigation professionals serving the claims industry. Each year, it brings together hundreds of risk managers, claim managers, attorneys, and builders from across the country.
With over 30 sessions covering both national and regional topics, you’ll stay ahead of big picture trends…and what’s impacting your corner of the market. We assemble the industry’s top thought leaders to share actionable insights on the fundamentals like risk transfer and mediation strategies, plus the things you need to see around the corner, like:
- Emerging trends and risks in a volatile construction market
- Evolving cybersecurity threats to the construction industry
- Supply chain delay related claims
- The rise of AI to support complex litigation
- 2023 real estate market projections...and beyond
Navigating the Nuances of Complex Builders Risk Claims.
Tracy Alan Saxe, Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C.
Robert Glasser, Berkeley Research Group
Hillary Price, Lockton
The panel will address how Builder’s Risk (“BR”) claims need to be prepared in line with the adjuster’s and carrier’s expectations. They need to provide supporting documentation with extensive details regarding the nature and amount of the costs claimed, their direct association with the loss event, and packaged in a manner that will lead to a fair and expeditious resolution of the claim.
Also addressed will be the need to understand the delay in schedule; loss of profits due to the delay in opening; that coverage is for properties in the course of construction or renovation; values and risk increase during the course of construction; the construction contract may involve multiple parties who may be Insureds; and multiple concurrent construction activities may complicate the adjustment process.
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