Complimentary Webinar – Potential Claim and Insurance Implications of the Boston Marathon Bombings


    Edwards Wildman Speakers:  Darlene K. Alt, Stephen M. Prignano, Brian J. Green, Laura E. Bange

    Thursday, May 23, 2013
    12:00 PM – 1:00 PM (EDT)
    Complimentary webinar

    The tragic events in Boston raise a host of questions about who should bear financial responsibility for the resulting losses, and the availability of insurance coverage for both the victims injured by the blast and the scores of businesses impacted by the bombings. This program will explore the potential claims which may be asserted by those suffering physical injury, property damage and other forms of financial loss, including possible claims of sponsorship liability and the defense of charitable immunity. This program will also review the potential application of terrorism coverages and exclusions, business interruption and contingent business interruption coverages, and civil authority and event cancellation coverages.

    From Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
    • Darlene K. Alt, Partner
    • Stephen M. Prignano, Partner
    • Brian J. Green, Counsel
    • Laura E. Bange, Associate

    Edwards Wildman Palmer is an accredited provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York and California. Accreditation for the State of Illinois is pending. This course may be used for 1 CLE credit hour.

    Note: Although multiple participants are welcome to join this program, any person who seeks CLE credit for attendance must be logged in individually and remain logged in throughout the duration of the program to receive credit.

    To REGISTER for this Webinar, please CLICK HERE.

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