LOIS Partner Christian Sison leads a presentation on the new-for-2018 New York Guidelines for Determining Impairment.

Video: New Schedule Loss of Use Guidelines in New York

LOIS Partner Christian Sison leads a presentation on the new-for-2018 New York Guidelines for Determining Impairment. The new Guidelines replace the prior methods of determining Scheduled Loss of Use for all claims where an impairment report was not submitted before January 1, 2018 and will have an impact on exposure join all future claims. Attorney Sison provides examples including side-by-side exposure analysis of the same impairment under the old and new Guidelines and answers questions live from the webinar audience.

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