GAPIA's Spring Conference


Speakers:    Timeframe


Introduction                     9:00AM - 9:30AM

Robert Ingram, President, GAPIA, Inc    


Session 1                           9:30AM – 10:20AM

William F. (Chip) Merlin, Jr, Merlin Law Group
A “Checklist Method” for Property Claims Adjustment—Preventing mistakes, not overlooking issues and ensuring compliance with best practices of claims practice


Sponsor 1 Speaks                10:20AM – 10:30AM


Session 2                           10:40AM – 11:30AM    

Donald J. Spradling, APEC Engineering and Laboratory
Techniques and technology for revealing window damage and causation

Sponsor 2                           11:30AM – 11:40AM     

Guest Speaker                   11:40AM - 12:00PM    


Lunch                                  12:00PM – 1:00PM    


Session 3                             1:00PM – 1:50PM     

Michael Weinstein, MBW Law
Bad Faith Litigation: The Discovery Process

Sponsor 3 speaks                  1:50PM – 2:00PM     


Session 4                             2:00PM - 2:50PM    

Appraisal Panel
Led by J. Remington Huggins, Huggins Law Firm      


Sponsor 4 speaks                  3:00PM – 3:10PM 

Session 5                             3:20PM – 4:10PM

David Boohaker, McDonald Law Firm
Assignment of Benefits    

Sponsor 5 speaks                  4:10PM  - 4:20PM


Conference Wrap up            4:30PM - 5:00PM

Robert Ingram, President

Up to Five Continuing Education Credits Will Be Earned for this Event. 

One per Session. Admission: $0 Members, $150 Non-Members. 

Members must register to Attend. 

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