Swift Currie Attorneys Presenting GA IASIU Virtual Training Session on Fraud, Liability and Coverage Issues in the Sharing Economy
Melissa Segel and Kelly Chartash will join the Georgia Chapter of the International Association of Special Investigation Units (GA IASIU) for a virtual training session on Feb. 10, 2021, from 10-11:30 a.m.
This session deals with the sharing economy and the unique impact Uber and Airbnb have had on fraud, liability and coverage issues. What levels of insurance are there? How much insurance? What policy is primary? How do state COVID-19 statutes and stay-at-home orders affect the claims? What unique cases of fraud can potentially arise?
Attendees will learn how to:
- Investigate potential fraud for a first-party and third-party claim involving telehealth or sharing applications, such as Uber, Lyft or Airbnb
- Evaluate liability and coverage questions for a first-party and third-party automobile claim when Uber or Lyft are involved
- Evaluate liability and coverage questions for a first-party and third-party property claim when Airbnb is involved
GA IASIU is a non-profit organization of insurance professionals, law enforcement, fire investigators and other individuals.