The Insurance Institute of Michigan (IIM) is a government affairs and public information association with a membership of more than 90 property and casualty insurance companies and other related Michigan organizations.
On September 15th, IIM held its 13th Annual Claims Seminar in Lansing, with a program that featured Zausmer attorneys presenting on current topics in insurance law and practice:
- Jeremy Mullett discussed new methods for protecting against property fraud
- Jim Wright and Bryan Padgett participated on a panel examining fraud committed by medical provider rings
- April Moore addressed whether interest payments in no-fault auto cases can trigger attorney fee awards
- Michael Schwartz advised on the impact and potential unintended consequences of the Michigan Supreme Court’s ruling in Admire v. Auto-Owners Insurance Company
Zausmer attorneys are no strangers to IIM’s Annual Claims Seminar. In addition to these individuals, several other attorneys from the firm have presented to IIM audiences in previous years.