For over two decades, JDi’s VCC and CTrax have dominated complex financial litigation for construction defects. Our pristine 30-year reputation with insurers, law firms, and developers results in quick recovery times. Learn from the best in the business as our Founder and Chairman, James DeRosa, shares invaluable industry insights and knowledge.
The CLM Construction Conference covers all aspects of insurance, risk, and claims management for insurance related to the construction industry. In addition to addressing construction defects and other hot topics, conference sessions also address facets of construction site accidents/injuries, coverage issues, subcontractor issues, risk management, and new technologies. Sessions cover issues on the national, regional, and state levels. Besides interactive educational sessions, enjoy numerous networking opportunities with other industry leaders. #CLMConstruction
Construction Defect Financial Claim Management
What is construction defect financial litigation? In a construction defect lawsuit, multiple parties owe a portion of all fees and costs. With various parties involved in such a lawsuit, most carriers/trades are clueless as to what they have paid and owe, making the whole process extremely confusing and time-consuming. That’s where JDi’s VCC comes in.
While you’re disputing, JDi experts handle all payments to vendors, experts, and legal and defense costs at no extra cost to the law firm. VCC allows our clients time to concentrate solely on the case without financial distractions.
In our informative video Construction Defect 101, JDi’s Director of VCC, Christine Erwin, gives valuable insight into preparing for HB301 and best practices for the complex financial litigation process.
Certificate of Insurance (COI) Autonomous Tracking
If your business uses multiple contractors, tracking certificates of insurance (COIs) is a priority! Unfortunately, 75% of US businesses are underinsured, and 40% of small business owners have no insurance coverage. Therefore, some third parties you use might not have the appropriate coverage. Due diligence is critical to ensure every working contractor has updated, compliant insurance. If not, you may be responsible for costly contractor mistakes and accidents.
The lineup of speakers and exhibitions is stellar! Here’s a glimpse of what’s on tap:
What’s Sticky and What’s Not:
Explore the state of the post-pandemic economy as it translates into your business prospects.
Battle of the Boy Bands: Are your Construction Contracts and Coverages NSYNC or 98 Degrees Off?
Ensuring that your contract obligations are harmonious with all necessary insurance coverages is increasingly challenging.
Emerging & Alarming Trends in Construction Site Accident Claims: the Impact on Nuclear Verdicts & Social Inflation:
Cutting-edge practice pointers for counsel, claim professionals, and general counsel. Practitioners gain valuable information to implement best practices, avoiding disastrous results, and position the construction site accident case for success at trial.
How to Arbitrate a Complex Construction Case Virtually: Practical Tips from the Trenches:
Adjusters must also manage new technological changes considering our current pandemic situation. Provides practical hands-on tips and tactics for counsel to present a case over a video conference-style platform effectively.
Through the Looking Glass: How to Handle Creative Insurance Arguments in Construction Defect Cases:
At first glance, general liability insurance for construction defect litigation appears straightforward. However, not all claims are covered, resulting in creative arguments designed to expand the insurer’s liability beyond that provided by the policy.
Judges: “What Say You?”
Nationally recognized trial judges discuss challenges, opportunities, practice pointers, and the future of handling construction cases throughout the nation — technology, issue resolution, missed opportunities and best practice, and all facets of construction claims.
With over 30 sessions covering a vast assortment of construction topics, there is plenty to stimulate the mind and thought-provoking conversations.
The CLM conference runs from Wednesday, September 22, 2021 – 5:30 PM to Friday, September 24, 2021 – 11:45 PM. Attendees enjoy five-star accommodations and amenities at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, 333 West Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101. The opening night cocktail reception provides an excellent networking opportunity from 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM, with additional events throughout the conference to meet and greet the industry’s thought leaders.
Founder and Chairman James DeRosa is exhibiting JDi’s avant-garde products and services, so please introduce yourself and start a conversation about your specific needs.
For questions related to our COVID health and safety protocols, don’t hesitate to get in touch with email@example.com