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Attorney Rabih Hamawi discusses Insurance Coverage Exclusions for Known Loss, Prior Knowledge, and Prior Notice

In the complex insurance-coverage landscape, navigating the intricacies of exclusions can often be challenging for policyholders. One upcoming webinar aims to highlight these issues, particularly focusing on exclusions related to known losses, prior knowledge, and prior notice.


Attorney Rabih Hamawi

Join us for an insightful webinar on April 9, 2024, at 1:00 p.m. where attorney Rabih Hamawi will share his expertise on insurance-coverage exclusions. With a focus on representing policyholders in disputes against insurance companies, Mr. Hamawi brings a unique perspective to discuss exclusions that mayn't be obvious to most practitioners at first glance.


Throughout his career, Mr. Hamawi has recovered millions of dollars for his clients representing them in fire, property damage, insurance-coverage cases against insurers, and errors-and-omissions claims against insurance agents.


The upcoming webinar presents a unique opportunity to glean insights from Mr. Hamawi and other esteemed panelists regarding the nuances of insurance coverage exclusions. Attendees can expect a thorough examination of pivotal questions, including the determination of known versus unknown losses, the concept of "reasonably foreseeable" claims, and the role of subjective knowledge in insurance disputes.


As the legal community awaits this illuminating discussion, interested individuals are encouraged to register for the webinar to gain invaluable perspectives from industry experts like Rabih Hamawi. To reserve your spot, simply call 800-926-7926 and mention the event code: I81VJ3-75CD2Y.


If your insurance company has denied, delayed, or underpaid your insurance claim, contact Law Office of Rabih Hamawi for a case evaluation at (248) 905-1133 or www.hamawilaw.com.


Who is Rabih Hamawi?


Attorney Rabih Hamawi

Attorney & Counselor


Rabih Hamawi is a principal at the Law Office of Rabih Hamawi, P.C. and focuses his practice on representing policyholders in fire, property damage, and insurance-coverage disputes against insurance companies and in errors-and-omissions cases against insurance agents. He may be reached at (248) 905-1133.





Disclaimer: This post is for informational purposes only. It does not create an attorney-client relationship, and isn't intended and should not be construed as the providing of legal advice.

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