[Mobile, AL, January 8, 2024] – Wood, Smith, Henning & Berman is proud to announce that Richard Singer and Sebastian Larrea have been chosen to present at the upcoming Catastrophe and National Claims (CNC) Connect Conference.

The CNC Connect Conference is a highly anticipated event within the insurance industry bringing together professionals and experts to exchange insights, best practices, and the latest trends in claims management. This year's conference will be held in Mobile, Alabama from January 8-10, 2024. Singer and Larrea's presentation entitled, "Pre-Suit and Litigation Related Issues in First Party Property & Flood Claims," promises to offer valuable perspectives and will focus on the dynamic landscape of litigation in Florida for first-party property and flood claims.

Richard Singer, an expert in insurance law, has an extensive background in representing insurers and has successfully handled numerous high-profile cases. With his in-depth knowledge and experience, Singer will provide valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities that arise in litigation related to first-party property claims.

Sebastian Larrea, a recognized authority in coverage related issues in first party property and flood claims, has a proven track record of helping domestic and international insurers navigate complex insurance coverage and bad faith related issues. Larrea's presentation will shed light on the evolving landscape of property insurance litigation in Florida, providing attendees with practical strategies and tactics to effectively manage such claims.

"We are pleased Richard Singer and Sebastian Larrea have been asked to present at the CNC Conference,” said Tampa managing partner Kimberly Jones. "We are thrilled as a firm to be given the opportunity to offer our perspectives on the current state of litigation in Florida for first-party property and flood claims."

The CNC Connect Conference is a two-day event, featuring a series of engaging sessions, panel discussions, and networking opportunities. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge from industry leaders, connect with peers, and explore the latest advancements in claims management.

For more information about the CNC Connect Conference, including registration details and the full agenda, please visit https://www.cncconnectconference.com/.

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