Clark Hill Attorney Peter Clancy Presented on a Panel at the Chicagoland Healthcare Risk Management Society’s (CHRMS) 2015 Annual Meeting
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill attorney Peter Clancy presented on a panel at the Chicagoland Healthcare Risk Management Society’s (CHRMS) 2015 Annual Meeting on Friday, April 24, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois.
Clancy’s session was titled “Claim Trends: Where Have We Been, Where Are We Going, and What Does The Future Hold?”
Clancy concentrates in insurance coverage and claim management with a focus on representing international insurers and reinsurers. He regularly counsels clients on liability coverage issues, both before and after verdict. His experience includes managed care, medical malpractice, nursing home directors and officers, commercial crime, products liability coverage, clinical trials and general liability.
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