Raizner and Hargis will speak at the First Party Claims Conference in October

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The fifth year of the First Party Claims Conference (FPCC) will feature Doyle Raizner attorneys Jeffrey Raizner and Amy Hargis. The conference covers topics ranging from ethical obligations of public adjusters to causation for natural disasters.

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This is a great opportunity to advance insurance knowledge and network with others working for the policyholder.

Doyle Raizner’s Jeffrey Raizner and Amy Hargis will speak at the First Party Claims Conference (FPCC), October 21-23 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Warwick, Rhode Island. This three-day event features various speakers and leading experts in the field of property insurance claims.

Jeffrey Raizner will speak on the topic, "Hurricanes, Tornados and Other Weather-Related Events, and the Resulting Litigation." Amy Hargis will also speak at FPCC 2013 on the subject, "Ethical Consideration of Adjusters in Handling Disaster Claims and the Appropriate Remuneration.”

Attorneys and adjusters attending the entire conference can achieve up to 15 continuing education credits.

Public adjusters are independent claims adjusters who advocate for the policyholder when a dispute arises between an insured and their insurer over a claim for damages. They assist with claim documentation and expert reports to facilitate a claim resolution settlement with an insurance company. If an insurance company delays a claim or acts improperly during the claims process, an attorney is often retained to litigate the case. Doyle Raizner is a leading law firm in the area of insurance bad faith litigation.

"I encourage public adjusters to attend the FPCC 2013," says Jeffrey Raizner. "This is a great opportunity to advance insurance knowledge and network with others working for the policyholder."

"FPCC does a tremendous job of offering sessions for every type of scenario," stated Raizner. “If a public adjuster has virtually any question about handling property insurance claims, it can be answered in an educational and professional setting at FPCC.”

About Doyle Raizner LLP:

A nationwide leader in property insurance law, Doyle Raizner represents the owners of office buildings, hotels, apartment complexes and other commercial properties in claims arising from hurricanes and other storms. Doyle Raizner’s other practice areas include maritime and Jones Act injuries (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mB6iCsBsdY).

Doyle Raizner has extensive experience fighting insurance companies after natural disasters. The firm led litigation for Hurricane Ike and helped residents of Galveston and Bolivar Peninsula, which suffered the most devastating damage of the storm. The firm stands committed to ensuring a fair insurance process to policyholders wading through improper insurance industry tactics.
Doyle Raizner has offices in Houston and Phoenix.

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