Butler's Insurance Litigation Podcast

Butler's Insurance Litigation Podcast

Butler is a civil litigation firm. We are unique because our practice is devoted entirely to defense and insurance litigation. At Butler, our goal is to stay on top of the latest alerts, trends and news so that we can provide you with the most up to date information possible. Stay tuned in for more Butler Podcasts coming soon.

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June 27, 2022 31 min

This podcast with Butler attorneys David Maldoff and Wiley Hodges will touch on and discuss issues to consider when storm related claims are reported. The podcast will further discuss how ensuing loss provisions in policies can affect how a claim show be examined, as well as address Florida’s current 25% re-roofing rule and how the new laws passed this year will alter the current law and the potential effects moving forward.

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Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung and numerous other manufacturers have “Smart Home” devices that may be found in an estimated 175 million homes worldwide.  Join host, Aaron Jacobs, and guest co-hosts, Bob House and Nick Mahoney, with SEA, Ltd., as they discuss how Smart Home product data can assist you in your forensic fire investigations and potentially increase your opportunities for a subrogation recovery.

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Get ready to sail the high seas with Butler Partner and host, Aaron Jacobs and co-host, Craig Sylvester with Jensen Hughes, as they discuss the factors and circumstances that should be considered when evaluating boat and vessel fire losses and associated subrogation claims.  From the components of vessels most commonly involved in fire claims to potential subrogation claims against third parties like service contractors and marinas...

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Carol’s final webinar of the 2020 Appellate Webinar Series “All About Appellate” provides an overview of significant rulings by Florida and Texas courts in 2020, including a discussion of recent trends and predictions for 2021.

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The Holiday Season is here, but what if the celebrations don’t always bring cheer? Host Aaron Jacobs presents the “Holiday Havoc” series featured on Butler’s Subro Sense Podcast. Three podcasts + Holiday mishaps = Everything you need to know about Holiday-related claims.

 

 

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The Holiday Season is here, but what if the celebrations don’t always bring cheer? Host Aaron Jacobs presents the “Holiday Havoc” series featured on Butler’s Subro Sense Podcast. Three podcasts + Holiday mishaps = Everything you need to know about Holiday-related claims.

 
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The Holiday Season is here, but what if the celebrations don’t always bring cheer? Host Aaron Jacobs presents the “Holiday Havoc” series featured on Butler’s Subro Sense Podcast. Three podcasts + Holiday mishaps = Everything you need to know about Holiday-related claims.

Episode One: What happens if the insured fries more than just the turkey? Who is at fault if the fries turn to flames? A 2013 NFPA study revealed that on ...

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Join Partner Carol Rooney as she presents “2020 Appellate Issues at Trial – Florida and Texas” for her 2020 All About Appellate Webinar series. This course will cover common appellate preservation issues that occur pre, during and post-trial under Florida and Texas law. This webinar will provide attendees with an overview of the means and methods of ensuring that critical issues are preserved for appeal.

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Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presented her second appellate webinar for 2020 – Appellate Writs, Motion Practice and Sanctions Issues Under Florida and Texas Law – on September 16, 2020 at 12:10 PM EST.

Carol covered appellate writs, appellate motion practice and appellate sanctions under Florida and Texas law. Attendees learned of the different kinds of appellate writs, and when to file. Carol also discussed ap...

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September 3, 2020 32 min

Oftentimes, third-party liability adjusters will refuse to pay the full amount of the “Repair Cost Value” (“RCV”) of the damages included in the subrogation demand, and contend that they only owe “Actual Cash Value” (“ACV”), regardless of the amount paid in the underlying First-Party Property claim.  Join host, Aaron Jacobs and guest host, Raymond Franks with Rimkus Consulting Group as they discuss and dissect the ABC’s of RCV and ...

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Like all other aspects of life, the forensic investigations of existing and new subrogation claims has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Senior Mechanical Engineer and Certified Fire Investigator, C. Tripp Wagner III, BME, CFI, with Jensen Hughes joins host, Aaron Jacobs to discuss how to approach forensic investigations in light of the current COVID-19 guidelines and limitations and how forensic investigations ...

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This episode focuses on summary judgments in the insurance litigation context.  Often, the way an insurance claim is investigated and documented during the claims adjustment process will make the critical difference in obtaining or defending summary judgment both in the first-party coverage context, and with respect to bad faith.

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Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presents her fourth appellate webinar for 2019 – Case Law Update: Texas and Florida Law.

Carol’s final webinar of the 2019 Appellate Webinar Series “All About Appellate” will provide viewers with an overview of significant rulings by Florida and Texas courts in 2019, including a discussion of recent trends and predictions for 2020.

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Insurance subrogation professionals face unique hurdles when a tortfeasor’s liability insurance limit is insufficient to pay the entirety of the subrogation claim and claims asserted by other parties.  In other words, sometimes, the pie is not big enough for everyone to eat.  On December 11, 2019, please join host Aaron Jacobs as he discusses the special considerations and factors applicable to fix funds/limited pool scenarios and ...

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Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presents her third appellate webinar for 2019 – Insurance Coverage & Declaratory Judgment Appellate Issues. – on October 9, 2019.

Practitioners and insurance professionals obtained a comprehensive overview of appellate issues pertinent to insurance coverage and declaratory judgment appeals.  Interlocutory appeals, stays, standard of review, and related issues were discussed.  Al...

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Historically, many jurisdictions have held that Amazon was not a “Seller” when considering products sold on its website by third-party vendors.  Recently, a U.S. Court of Appeals held for the first time that Amazon was a “Seller” and therefore potentially liable for defective products purchased on its website.  Host Aaron Jacobs will be joined by guest Michael Wolfer as they discuss the history of product claims against Amazon; the...

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The litigation ensuing from the catastrophic events of  9/11 highlighted the importance of addressing “Made Whole” considerations when evaluating subrogation claims. Butler’s Managing Partner, Scott Katz and Partner, Jessica Skarin join host, Aaron Jacobs to share four critical Made Whole Rule lessons to be learned from the World Trade Center litigation.

*This podcast has been hosted by Butler, and is not intended to, nor does it, ...

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Please join Carol as she presents her second episode of the 2019 Appellate Series, “Federal Appeals in Florida and Texas.” This episode provides an overview of the federal appellate process with an emphasis on the appellate circuits governing Florida (11th Cir.) and Texas (5th Cir.) Pertinent local rules, procedures, and strategies for pursuing or defending an appeal in federal court are discussed – and notable recent cases of the ...

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There are many critical factors that must be considered when drafting or reviewing a proposed subrogation release. For example, many insurers are reluctant to agree to any indemnity, hold harmless, or confidentiality provision in a release, which are commonly requested by a settling defendant. On this episode of Subro Sense, Aaron Jacobs with guest speaker, Matthew Freiman of Craig/is Ltd, will explore potential difficulties that m...

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Carol Rooney presents her first appellate podcast for 2019 – Interlocutory Appeals, Cross-Appeals and Appellate Stays 

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