MIAMI – FEBUARY 1, 2021 – Civil litigation defense firm, Wicker Smith O’Hara McCoy & Ford P.A., hosted Wicker Smith’s Virtual Seminar 2021 featuring Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc. which drew in over 3,200 professional attendees. The live online event included seven free hour-long courses January 25 – January 27 that explored issues facing the claims industry with an emphasis on developing legal defense strategies for 2021. Presentation tracks focused on Medical Malpractice, Transportation, and Construction law. Each course was approved for 1 continued education credit hour for attorneys in Florida and adjusters in California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, North Carolina, and Texas*.
Recordings of each webinar in this event can be viewed by clicking here: Wicker Smith’s Video Channel.
WEBINAR COURSES PRESENTED LISTED BELOW:
“Water, Water, Everywhere… Investigating and Defending Water Intrusion Claims,” was presented on Monday, January 25th at 3PM with Raymond E. Watts, Jr. and Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc.’s Ryan Paolantonio for 429 attendees.
“When the Curtain is Drawn: Sexual Impropriety and Electronic Professionalism Claims,” was presented on Tuesday, January 26th at 10AM with Erin M. Diaz, Mandi J. Karvis, and Steve D. Paveglio for over 347 attendees. *This course was not approved for Texas credits.
“AOBs May Be Dead, but Directions to Pay is the New Black. Plus, Who to Pay to How to Pay – Pitfalls of the Multi-Party Check,” was presented on Tuesday, January 26th at 3PM with Brandon J. Hechtman, Brandon M. Nichols, and Jessica Prince for 372 attendees.
“Adjusting to the New Normal – Litigation in a Post-COVID World,” was presented on Wednesday, January 27th at noon with Jordan Cohen and Caroline Kubovy for 510 attendees. *This course was not approved for Texas credits.
“Thank you to everyone who made Wicker Smith’s Virtual Seminar 2021 such a great success! We are thrilled by the attendance and positive feedback we have received. We are always honored to share our knowledge with other professionals, leaders, and executives,” says Erin M. Diaz, a Partner in Wicker Smith’s Tampa office.
*= Two webinar courses were not approved for CE adjuster credits in the State of Texas.