Many organizations are suffering substantial losses due to the coronavirus. Will there be insurance coverage for these losses? Suits seeking coverage have already been filed, and there is significant uncertainty as to how the courts will ultimately decide the coverage issues. Join us to learn more about the details potential insurance coverage areas and ways your organization can proactively approach the possibility of recovery through insurance.
Lela C. Lawless CPA, ABV, CFF, CVA, Director of Forensic Accounting – Eide Bailly
Lela has specific expertise managing complex litigation support, business valuation, forensic accounting, fraud detection, analyzing claims and calculating economic damages related to lost profits, fraud schemes, securities litigation, bankruptcy, employment, contract disputes and other business disputes. Lela’s experience includes preparing reports, supporting schedules, analysis and exhibits used in all phases of commercial litigation and providing testimony in federal and state courts.
David Hashmall, Attorney – Felhaber
David Hashmall is a shareholder with the Minneapolis law firm of Felhaber Larson. David has extensive experience in insurance coverage litigation, representing both insureds and insurers. David has taught insurance law at Hamline University School of Law.
Potential Business Insurance Coverage
All looking to learn more about Potential Business Insurance Coverage.