Eighth Annual Joint CIAA-CICMA-CDL Seminar
Wednesday, November 23, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM EST
In-Person Event – The Conference Centre at OBA, 20 Toronto St., Toronto
CIAA/CICMA Members $84.75 | CDL Members $169.50 | Non-Members $186.45
Chaired by: Maria Joshua (CIAA, Sedgwick) Steven Nicoletta (CDL, Genest Murray LLP) & Stephanie Young (CICMA, Northbridge Financial)
Accreditation: LSUC: 2.5 hours Substantive – RIBO: Pending
Independent Adjusters: 3.25 hours – British Columbia; Saskatchewan; Manitoba – AIC: Pending
This Year’s Program:
The State of Cyber: Cyber Security Panel
Daniel J. Michaluk, Partner, BLG
Trevor Grzybowski, BBCG Claims Services
Nick Studley, Marsh Specialty US & Canada
Everything is changing in cyber insurance and cyber security in 2022. The conflict in the Ukraine has shaken up the threat environment and incident responder tactics, the now tightened insurance market continues to evolve and we have new class action case law with important signals to underwriters, claims professionals and their counsel. Join our experienced panelists for a discussion of the state of cyber in 2022.
Philippa Samworth , Partner, Dutton Brock LLP: Accident Benefits Update
An up to the minute update on the ever-changing world of Accident Benefits- in Ontario.
John Valeriote, Crawford Canada: Resolving Claims Through Appraisal / ADR – Three Things You Need to Know
John Valeriote is one of Canada’s leading experts in Appraisal and the ADR process. John will review the steps to bring a property claim to resolution through Appraisal and outline the potential pitfalls an insurer may face. He will address current case law and the evolving landscape of ADR/ Appraisal across the country
Laura Mullin, McKellar Structured Settlements: Trade Your Hammer for a Level: Add Value to Your Negotiation Toolbox with a Structured Settlement
Don’t leave structured settlements unused at the bottom of your settlement toolbox. Laura will discuss how adjusters and insurance counsel can use structured settlements effectively to help resolve claims.
Dr. Charles Tator, Canadian Concussion Centre, Toronto Western Hospital: Some Advances in Solving the Mysteries of Concussion
Concussions continue to be a major public health problem in Canada because we generate so many concussions in our country (150,000 yearly in Ontario alone), and not everyone recovers. Research has been intense worldwide, and we have made some progress towards improved recognition and management. My talk will cover some of the advances in our knowledge of the biomarkers, symptomatology and public policy towards concussion including Rowan’s Law legislation and regulations, and federal initiatives as well. The consequences of concussion will be featured including second impact syndrome, persisting concussion symptoms especially mental health disorders, and brain neurodegenerative disorders including chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Some of the current problems will also be discussed.
Dr. Tator’s appearance is generously sponsored by RSM Canada
Thank you to our Joint Program Sponsors for their generous support!
MEA FORENSIC | KING INTERNATIONAL | LARREK INVESTIGATIONS | MDD FORENSIC ACCOUNTANTS | MCKELLAR
VISTA DISABILITY| KODSI ENGINEERING | 30 FORENSIC ENGINEERING | CEP FORENSIC | DAVIS MARTINDALE | XPERA
CICMA – CIAA – CDL Annual Joint Program
Nov 23, 2022 | 9:00 – 1:15 am
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