Burg Simpson Shareholder Tom Henderson Presents: “When is it Really “Bad Faith?”
The National Business Institute: Burg Simpson Shareholder Tom Henderson presents: “When is it Really “Bad Faith?”
Mr. Henderson will present this upcoming seminar on Thursday, December 5th from 9 am to 4:30 pm at Hilton Garden Inn Denver/Cherry Creek at 600 South Colorado Boulevard.
The seminar will provide participants with the cutting-edge knowledge and concrete skills necessary to avoid traps and succeed in your next bad faith case. Whether you are counsel for the plaintiff, the defense, or are an insurance professional trying to prevent bad faith claims, you won’t find instruction this practical anywhere else.
- Get a crucial review of bad faith elements, including the different types of claims and the remedies associated with them.
- Clarify recent legislative acts and integrate new findings into your case to help you win.
- Sort through the related causes of action like breach of contract and fraud to accurately determine the validity of the claim.
- Know exactly how to work with experts so they help – not hurt – your case.
- Cover all the bases when requesting production of discovery – and get all the facts you need to support and prove your case.
- Benefit from the speakers’ extensive experience in choosing and deposing witnesses – learn what questions to ask to turn a witness into an advocate for your side.
- Make ethics a non-issue in your practice by following accepted ethical tenets.
- Analyze discovery strategy from both the plaintiff’s and defendant’s point of view and gain a perspective that will help you build a winning trial strategy.
- Master pre-trial and trial strategies that will give you new confidence and a clear advantage when dealing with claims.
- Discover what insurance professionals can do to proactively prevent bad faith.
- Register today!
About Thomas W. Henderson
Tom Henderson focuses his practice on representing policyholders in suing insurance companies for bad faith and getting insurance companies to pay what the insurance policy promises to pay. Tom spent the first 20 years of his practice representing the insurance companies, answering their questions about whether the policy provided coverage for various claims, and even defending them when they were sued.
Tom uses this unusual background to his clients’ advantage because he knows where the weak spots are, where the smoking guns are hidden and how best to structure his clients’ cases to maximize the potential of getting the insurance companies to pay. Tom represents both individual consumers and businesses in their pursuit of insurance claims. For consumers, this includes auto, uninsured and underinsured motorists, homeowners, renters, liability, property, health, disability, and life insurance claims. For businesses, this includes auto, liability, property, lost profits, directors and officers, professional liability, and construction insurance claims. These claims can range from a few thousand dollars to millions of dollars.