December 7, 2021 · 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CST
Earn 1.0 hour MCLE credit!
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About the Webinar: This presentation will address how the law has responded to situations involving both intentional and negligent discharge of firearms as it relates to coverage under Homeowners, Automobile, and CGL insurance policies, including whether the policies provide coverage and if so, under what circumstances. Defense and coverage for self-defense shootings is an area of particular focus given the split of authority between states in how the policies are interpreted. Additionally, the webcast will address the intersection of tort liability under established case law and the response of insurers for the events, including insurance and programs created to provide protection where traditional insurance policies have been found to provide insufficient or no coverage. Also addressed is the impact of pleadings and coverage for the liability of intentional actors and/or third parties when negligent-based tort theories are asserted.
Sabrina R. Karels | Law Offices of Sabrina R. Karels | Houston
Sponsored by The Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Texas
in cooperation with The Texas Institute of Continuing Legal Education
How the Webinar Works – Zoom uses your computer and internet to receive the seminar live in your office, home or any other location you choose. Registrants will receive an email the week of the webinar providing instructions for accessing the event, including the special access link and passcode. To login, follow the direct link or enter the meeting ID and passcode credentials to be connected to the webinar. Access details are personalized for each attendee and may not be shared.
Q&A - During the program, the audio and video will be streaming on your computer in "view/listen only" mode and you will be able to view the speaker's slides (if applicable). You will be given the opportunity to ask questions live using the Q&A or chat functions to be addressed by the presenter(s) either during or at the conclusion of the seminar.
Course Materials - A PDF or link to the course materials will be sent to registrants via email after the seminar if additional written materials are provided. Presentation slide copies may also be provided after the webinar when permitted.
Registration Fees - The registration fee is $65 per site connection. (Current members of the Insurance Law Section receive a discount!) A site connection allows one person to log-in to the program and claim CLE credit. Additional participants from the same firm/company are $35 for each additional participant/connection and will receive their own individual webinar access. Only registered participants may claim CLE credit.