Damage and loss appraisals can be challenging for even the most seasoned appraisers. Having many more moving parts and problems to solve, damage and loss appraisals often also involve insurance adjusters and conservators to prepare a report that can be relied upon by all parties. This program will explore these interesting puzzles from all perspectives and include case studies. Each of the speakers will also discuss how best appraisers can work with members of their profession.
Claire Marmion of Haven Art Group
who will explain the role of the insurance adjustor;
Suzanne Siano, Chief Conservator and Director
of Modern Art Conservation, New York, will elucidate
the conservator’s role in assessing the condition and
determining loss of value;
Betty Krulik, AAA, Betty Krulik Fine Art, Limited,
immediate past President of the Appraisers Association,
will discuss the unique methodology of damage and loss appraisals;
attorney Alan Lyons of Herrick, Feinstein LLP
will highlight the legal obligations of the insured to give
timely notice and the process of selection of appraisers
and umpires in the case of a dispute.
Deborah Gerstler Spanierman, AAA
DGS Fine Art Consultants, Inc.
Appraisers Association of America
3 CE credits
This program has been recorded.
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