Meagher & Geer partner, Leatha Wolter is a co-presenter of the session titled Blurred Lines: Adjusting & Appraising Large Loss at the upcoming Property & Liability Resource Bureau (PLRB) 2014 Large Loss Conference, October 29-31, 2014, in Scottsdale, Arizona.
To learn more or register for this event, please visit the PLRB Large Loss Conference website.
For more than 25 years, Leatha has concentrated on counseling insurers and other clients on strategies designed to address internal and external fraud – strategies that encompass prevention as well as the handling, investigation, and litigation of fraudulent claims. She also has experience handling the defense of complex property loss cases, including litigation, appraisal, and subrogation actions. Leatha is regularly named to the Minnesota Super Lawyers® list in the area of business litigation.
Leatha is a member of the International Association of Arson Investigators, the Minnesota Anti-Vehicle Crime Association and the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association. She is a former adjunct faculty member at William Mitchell College of Law. She is a frequent lecturer, trial advocacy instructor and in-house trainer to clients, trade groups and other businesses regarding all aspects of property and fraud-related litigation. She speaks on subjects relating to the litigation process, deposition tactics, failure to cooperate and policy rescission.
Established in Minneapolis in 1929, Meagher & Geer has earned a reputation as one of the leading litigation and insurance coverage firms in the Upper Midwest. We offer 80 lawyers in 20 practice areas. From our offices in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Phoenix, Arizona we represent businesses of all sizes, public entities, non-profit organizations, and individuals. Our nationally recognized trial lawyers have taken more than 105 cases to verdict since 2007. During the same period, our appellate lawyers have handled more than 120 appeals in state and federal courts. At last count we represented more than 125 of the leading insurance companies in the U.S., and we also handle work for insurers based in London, Canada and Bermuda.
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