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September 05, 2003

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Join the National Association of Insurance Litigation Management- The NAILM


The NAILM, the nation’s oldest organization dedicated exclusively to advancing Litigation Management invites you to join as a “Litigation Partner”.

The NAILM’s membership is comprised of Claims Officers, Litigation Managers, Independent Adjusters and Lawyers, our litigation partners. Membership is free to Insurance Carrier Employees.

Join online today and receive a discount on our very popular event:

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CONFIRMED SPEAKERS:

• Kevin M. Quinley Senior Vice President for Medmarc Insurance Group, A Contributing Editor of Claims Magazine, Kevin co-authored the Insurance Institute's AIC 33 textbook on Workers Compensation Claims and Industrial Low Back Pain published by the Michie Company.
• Angela DiVito, Director of Litigation Management, CNA Insurance
• Quintin L King, Former Litigation Manager for Argonaut Insurance Company, Crum & Forster and GE Commercial Insurance. Current Acting President of the NAILM

Additional speakers to be named: Program to include these topics:

I. Making The Band: How to get on the approved counsel list (Do’s and Don’ts)
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III. A matter of money: Trends in billing company billing review practices: how to avoid common pitfalls.
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