Hammond Article Illustrates Importance of Preserving Evidence
In his most recent Law Update column, Rick Hammond outlines a fraud investigation case that illustrates the importance for both insurers and plaintiffs to preserve evidence as early as possible. (In the case discussed, that evidence was a cell phone.) To view the full article, click here.
Rick Hammond is a partner in the firm’s Chicago office and focuses his practice on insurance coverage and law. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor on Insurance Law at Loyola University Chicago Law School and as an expert witness on insurer bad faith and insurance law and coverage issues. His column regularly appears in SIU Today, the quarterly publication of the International Association of Special Investigation Units.