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Cassel & Cassel presents at the 2022 WIND Conference Case Law Webinar Series

Posted by Michael A. Cassel | Jul 13, 2022 | 0 Comments

This week,  Michael Cassel  kicked off the  Windstorm Insurance Network  ("WIND") 2022 Case Law Webinar Series with a presentation regarding Florida law.

Mr. Cassel, along with Jeff Wank from Kelley Kronenberg, provided an update regarding changes to case law and legislation over the past year.  Mr. Cassel will be presenting the topic again at the in-person WIND Conference in Orlando, FL, in January 2023.  A copy of their PowerPoint presentation can be found below.

Table of Contents

Slide 3:       Legislative Changes

Slide 14:     Case Law

Slide 15:     Post Loss Obligations

Slide 20:     Causation/Coverage

Slide 25:     Appraisal

Slide 31:     Fraud

Slide 33:     Interest

Slide 35:     Mitigation/Remediation/AOB

Slide 40:     Accord and Satisfaction

Slide 43:     Right to Repair

Slide 45:     Discovery

Slide 48:     Bad Faith

Slide 53:     Fees/PFS

Slide 56:     Pre-Suit Notice

About the Author

Michael A. Cassel

Michael A. Cassel, LL.M., is the managing partner and co-founder of Cassel & Cassel, P.A., where he represents policyholders throughout the state of Florida in first party property insurance claims.  Michael is licensed by the Florida Bar as well as in the Southern, Middle, and Northern Federal Districts of Florida, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, and has argued before the Judicial Panel for Multidistrict Litigation.  He has earned an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell.  He has also been named a Florida Super Lawyer for the last two years by Florida Super Lawyers Magazine and a Rising Star for the prior six consecutive years, was named as one of South Florida Business Journal's 40 Under 40 for 2020, and one of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 40 Under 40 Outstanding Young Professionals of South Florida for 2022.  Michael regularly publishes blogs on newly released case law pertaining to first party property insurance claims and has become a regular on the lecture circuit presenting on topics such as building code compliance, ordinance and law coverage, bad faith litigation, technology in claims adjustment, and providing updates on case law and legislative changes.  He obtained his Masters of Insurance Law from the University of Connecticut in 2023.


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