We represent insurance companies nationwide in all aspects of insurance coverage litigation.
Whether your company needs prompt advice on policy coverage, a declaratory judgment, defense in underwriting, claims conduct, agency or bad faith action, our seasoned attorneys can help.
Areas of Practice
We have had extraordinary success in representing insurance carriers in a wide variety of areas. Our defense in these cases has included actions concerning:
- commercial general liability (CGL) coverages
- additional insureds
- personal injury
- advertising injury
- environmental liability
- products liability
- sexual discrimination
- directors’ and officers’ liability
- professional liability
- E&O liability
- “bad faith”
- other extra-contractual damages
We have litigated coverage matters in Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
We have also advised clients on insurance coverage matters in each of the above states as well as Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Massachusetts and New York.
- Navigators Specialty insurance Co. v. Medical Benefits Administrators of Md., Inc. 2014 WL 768822 (D. Md 2014)
late notice in claims-made and reported policy
- Nationwide Mut. Fire Ins. Co. v. Wilbon, 960 F. Supp 2d 263 (D.D.C. 2013)
Limitation of Coverage to Designated Premises Endorsement barred coverage
- Konover Const. Corp. v. ATC Associates Inc., MJG-10-2801 (D.Md. 2012)(Arkansas Law)
the insured’s defective work is not an occurrence and coverage is barred by the impaired property exclusion
- Latasha Pace v. Brian Chigbue, Cir. Ct for P.G. County Case No. CAL 09-09282 (December 2, 2010); and Renee Johnson v. Brian Chigbue, Cir. Ct for P.G. County Case No. CAL 10-04102 (January 14, 2011)
both cases involved the late notice under a claims made and reported professional liability policy
- Terry Holden v. Earl Ray Kitchen, Jr. et al.Circuit Court For Caroline County, Case No: 05-C-09-012428 (2009)
direct action by tort plaintiff against insurance carrier for mold-related claim dismissed
- Nationwide Mut. Ins. Co. v Regency Furniture, Inc., 183 Md App. 710 (2009)
Store’s businessowner’s policy did not provide coverage for vandalized HVAC units on the leased premises
- Nationwide Mut. Ins. Co. v. Wilson, 167 Md App. 527, 893 A. 2d 1177 (2006)
fellow-employee exclusion valid over mandatory minimum limits