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So You Say You Lived Where? Implications of the 'Residence Premises' and Related Clauses on Insurance Claims
On September 12, 2012, Michael E. Jacobs presented the seminar "So You Say You Lived Where? Implications of the 'Residence Premises' and Related Clauses on Insurance Claims" on behalf of the Ohio Chapter of the National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators in Centerville. The seminar covered common policy residency clauses, claim fact patterns in which those clauses are implicated, case law construing residency and related clauses, doctrines and defenses which may be helpful in such matters and an analysis of how claims should be handled depending upon the circumstances.