Where

This is an online event. 

 

About the Presenters


Brian Gibbard was a lawyer for 36 years and has been a mediator for the past twenty years. He has conducted approximately 2,500 mediations, most involving at least one insurer.

Nick de Domenico 

In Nick de Domenico's lifetime of working in the world of personal injury litigation, he has learned that while money is usually the medium through which such matters are resolved, the method by which a specific dollar amount is arrived at is as important. On a human level, it can often make the difference between compensation and healing. On a business level, it can often make the difference between the adoption of a well-regarded agreement and forced resignation to a poorly-regarded agreement.

Contact

Zoe Stryd
Mediate BC 
1-877-656-1300 ext 106 
training@mediatebc.com 

 

 

 

 

Insurance Mediation: What You Need to Know (Recorded Version) 

 

Are you interested in mediating insurance or personal injury disputes? Are you considering insurance mediation but aren’t clear on how it differs from other forms of civil mediation?

Demand for insurance mediators is strong. However, understanding the unique qualities of insurance mediation is vital to practicing in this field. Join Brian Gibbard and Nick de Domenico for a webinar on what you need to know about this busy field of mediation.

Are you interested in mediating insurance or personal injury disputes? Are you considering insurance mediation but aren’t clear on how it differs from other forms of civil mediation? Demand for insurance mediators is strong and growing. However, understanding the unique qualities of insurance mediation is vital to practicing in this field. Join Brian Gibbard and Nick de Domenico for a webinar on what you need to know about this busy and growing field of mediation.

Participants will gain an understanding of:

  • How micro-skills show up and where they are effective.
  • The relationships and dynamics between the participants of an insurance or personal injury mediation.
  • How insurance mediation differs from standard training models.
  • For new or associate mediators, what you need to know to familiarize yourself with the field before reaching out for co-mediation or mentorship.

Continuing Professional Development

Mediate BC: 1.5 hours of CPD.

Law Society: 1.5 hours of CPD.

Registration

General registration: $75 + GST

Mediate BC Roster Mediators registration: $50 + GST (with a code)


Call 604-684-1300 x106 or email training@mediatebc.com to obtain the code.

Refund & Cancellation Policy

Mediate BC is unable to refund registration fees. Substitutes are always welcome. Registration will remain pending until full payment is received. Refunds of any type will be made in the form of a cheque, regardless of the method of initial payment, from Mediate BC Society and sent by post to the mailing address provided on the registration form. Mediate BC reserves the right to cancel or reschedule events, refuse admission, or change speakers, location, or content. Unless Mediate BC specifically states a course has been pre-approved for the Law Society of BC or Mediate BC Roster CPD, registrants should ensure that it meets their PD requirements. It is also the responsibility of registrants to make sure the course they register for counts toward the accreditation pursued.