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DEF Institutes Mandatory Work-From-Home Status in Response to COVID-19

March 17, 2020 BY DEF Admin | Firm News

"In order to decrease the spread of COVID-19, and in compliance with the CDC's recommendations to implement the use of social distancing strategies, Drew Eckl & Farnham has made the decision to institute a mandatory work-from -home status for all of our offices starting on March 17. 

Despite the closing of our physical offices, we will continue providing our clients with exceptional legal services." ... Continue Reading

PREPARING FOR COVID-19 RELATED FIRST PARTY PROPERTY CLAIMS - GEORGIA: EDITION 8

April 06, 2020 BY DEF Admin | COVID-19 Updates

With the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S., many insurers are preparing for possible COVID-19 related first party property claims by reviewing what coverages and exclusions might be applicable to such claims. While any claim is dependent on the specific terms of the policy issued to each insured, insurance companies should consider certain coverages and exclusions as a checklist. Partners Karen Karabinos and Eric Mull will address a coverage provision or exclusion each day. Today, we focus on a general discussion of bad faith claims in Georgia and recommendations for handling of Georgia COVID-19 claims to hopefully avoid a jury awarding bad faith damages to an insured. ... Continue Reading

PREPARING FOR COVID-19 RELATED FIRST PARTY PROPERTY CLAIMS - GEORGIA: EDITION NO. 7

April 03, 2020 BY DEF Admin | COVID-19 Updates

With the spread of COVID-19 to the U.S., many insurers are preparing for possible COVID-19 related first party property claims by reviewing what coverages and exclusions might be applicable to such claims. While any claim is dependent on the specific terms of the policy issued to each insured, insurance companies should consider certain coverages and exclusions as a checklist. Partners Karen Karabinos and Eric Mull will address a coverage provision or exclusion each day. Today, we focus on a general discussion of suit limitation clauses, their treatment under Georgia law, and the impact COVID-19 will have on suit limitation clauses. ... Continue Reading

PREPARING FOR COVID-19 RELATED FIRST PARTY PROPERTY CLAIMS - GEORGIA: EDITION 6

April 02, 2020 BY DEF Admin | COVID-19 Updates

With the spread of COVID-19 to the U.S., many insurers are preparing for possible COVID-19 related first party property claims by reviewing what coverages and exclusions might be applicable to such claims. While any claim is dependent on the specific terms of the policy issued to each insured, insurance companies should consider certain coverages and exclusions as a checklist. Partners Karen Karabinos and Eric Mull will address a coverage provision or exclusion each day. Today's focus is on force majeure. ... Continue Reading

Preparing for COVID-19 Related First Party Property Claims - Georgia: Edition 5

April 01, 2020 BY DEF Admin | COVID-19 Updates

With the spread of COVID-19 to the U.S., many insurers are preparing for possible COVID-19 related first party property claims by reviewing what coverages and exclusions might be applicable to such claims. While any claim is dependent on the specific terms of the policy issued to each insured, insurance companies should consider certain coverages and exclusions as a checklist. Partners Karen Karabinos and Eric Mull will address a coverage provision or exclusion each day. Today's focus is on the Virus and Bacteria Exclusion. ... Continue Reading

COVID-19 and Georgia Workers' Compensation Webinar

March 31, 2020 BY DEF Admin | COVID-19 Updates

Attorney Dan Kniffen recorded a webinar to assist clients through how COVID-19 is affecting Georgia Workers' Compensation. Dan covers how Workers' Compensation treats "injuries" different than "diseases" and explains how occupational "diseases" require five distinct elements of proof. ... Continue Reading

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