Dominic Nesbitt and Gary Osborne, Osborne & Nesbitt LLP
Although most people would consider an insurance denial to be a bad thing, it doesn’t have to be, if you know how to make it work for you. Commercial policyholders can actually be in a better position if an insurer wrongfully denies them a duty to defend, than if the insurer had agreed to defend in the first instance. How is this so? Why is it so? How can you use this fact to benefit your company? Insurance coverage experts Dominic Nesbitt and Gary Osborne will answer these and related questions at their annual ACC-San Diego Insurance Seminar.