Ramey & Kampf, P.A. was honored to present in the 27th Annual Florida Insurance Fraud Education Committee (FIFEC) Conference in Orlando, FL for not one, but two presentations that provided CEU and CLE credits for adjusters and attorneys. FIFEC provides education and training for the insurance fraud investigative community, promotes a coordinated effort within the insurance industry and law enforcement to combat insurance fraud, and educates local communities on ways to combat insurance fraud.
Managing partner, Mark Ramey, and associate attorney, Amber L. Inman, presented a course entitled, “Recommendations for Handling Florida BI/UM Pre-Suit Claims and the Impact of the Supreme Court Decision in Harvey v. GEICO.” The course focused on identification of Florida bad faith setups and provided advice to claim representatives, adjusters, and attorneys to avoid a bad faith claim related to the handling of BI/UM pre-suit matters following the recent Florida Supreme Court decision of Harvey v. GEICO using real-life examples from our everyday practice.
Associate attorneys Joseph Monte and Allen Gaffney presented the course titled, “Pre-Suit Examinations Under Oath on Coverage Issues: Residency and Operability of a Motor Vehicle”. The course focused on the unique and multifaceted factual and legal issues involving claimants as to their residence, family, ownership of a vehicle, and operability of a vehicle. The course was highly interactive and engaging with the audience with the factual and legal backdrop of EUOs undertaken by Ramey & Kampf, P.A. attorneys in providing advice to claim representatives and adjusters in performing their good faith obligations in investigating claims.