v What Motivated Confirmation Bias is and
how bias directs the claims process
v The application of forensics in the
defense of the injury case
v The Patho-Architectural Structure of
Medicine as applied to the legal case
v Exploiting existing opinion in the “battle
of the experts”
v Case examples taken from actual files
This webinar is intended for anyone
who is involved in defense claims.
This includes : supervisors, claims
handlers, TPA’s, self-insureds,
insurance carriers, and more.
Join Marc Kreiter of Forecast Systems as
he explores a different method developed
for handling claims; from onset through
each stage of litigation.
By avoiding pre-judgment and
preconception in the assignment of
facts-to-element, strategies can lead to the
development of unbalanced information.
This can provide a clear advantage
throughout the entire claims process.
The resulting contextual shift may
illuminate a new
standard for the resolution of the claim;
as when the causal link between event
and damage requires expert opinion, the
motivated bias ignores relevant and material
data to its proponent’s peril.
The goal is to discover asymmetrical data
made of facts and fact patterns which may
lay beyond the scope of your opponent’s
strategy, tactics and even expert testimony