Dec 12
Chapter Meeting

December 2017 Chapter Meeting

12/12/17 7:45am to 9:15am

Topic:               Liability factors connected with Active Shooters and Terrorism

Mr. Joseph M. Toddy will be joining our meeting to discuss the potential liability factors connected to a growing issue in the United States – Active Shooters and Terrorism.  Consider these points*:

  • While the U.S. has 5% of the world’s population, it accounts for 31% of public mass shootings.  
  • Between 1966 and 2012, there were 90 mass shootings in the United States.

Concerning statistics to say the least.  As insurance professionals, Mr. Toddy’s insights will provide another lens on a growing epidemic.

(*Christensen, Jen “Why the US has the most mass shootings.” CNN 10/5/17)     

Register on our website by Thursday, December 7, 2017


Joseph M. Toddy

Zarwin Baum

As co-chair of Zarwin Baum’s casualty defense department, Joseph M. Toddy focuses his practice on litigation matters, including defense of trucking companies, dentists, auto and premises liability and taverns. He assists insurance carriers in bad faith litigation as well as issues involving employment litigation and white-collar criminal defense.
With nearly 25 years in practice, Joe has gained extensive jury trial and appellate experience. Joe serves as national trial counsel for a leading asbestos manufacturer and trucking company. He is also actively involved in handling catastrophic injury matters from the outset with Zarwin Baum's CAT team.


  • Contact: 
    Jonathan Lippard, CPCU CLU API AIS
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  • Phone: 
    (610) 357-2201