Anthony M. Napoli

Associate

Anthony M. Napoli

Associate

E-mail: anapoli@pmtlawfirm.com
Offices: Elmsford, NY

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Anthony graduated Magna Cum Laude in Cursu Honorum from Fordham University with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. He earned a Juris Doctor degree from St. John’s University Law School. Anthony is admitted to practice in New York State and in all four U.S. District Courts. He also is a member of the New York State Bar Association. He frequently lectures on current trending cases involving New York Personal Injury Protection and Supplementary Uninsured Motorists Coverage, Denials of Coverage / Disclaimers of Liability and Diversity / Inclusion / Elimination of Bias.

Anthony has been a practicing insurance coverage and defense attorney since 1989, specializing in both Workers’ Compensation cases and first-party and third-party matters. He regularly counsels and serves as a resource for insurance companies regarding insurance coverage issues, litigation defense and claim handling. He provides coverage opinions concerning policy interpretation, additional insured status, contractual pass-through / indemnification, priority of coverage, and denials / disclaimers.

Anthony’s practice areas include Automobile, Construction, Dram Shop Liability, General Liability, Insurance Coverage, Subrogation and Workers’ Compensation. His wide-ranging expertise adds a unique perspective to each of those areas which contributes to the cost-effective resolution on motion, at non-binding mediation, at trial and on appeal and to the successful defense of Workers’ Compensation cases, first-party suits/arbitrations and third-party suits.

Professional Affiliations

New York State Bar Association

Admissions

Bar
New York
Arizona

Courts
Eastern, Western, Northern and Southern Districts of New York

Education

St. John’s University Law School
Fordham University

Articles by Anthony M. Napoli

New York Workers’ Compensation Board Clarifies: Workers Can Receive Compensation Benefits if They Get COVID-19 While Working

By Thomas M. Bona and Anthony M. Napoli. The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board has issued guidance and clarified that a worker who contracts COVID-19 while working is entitled […]

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PMT Delivers a Win – Snow, Shortcuts and Accidents

By Anthony M. Napoli and Thomas M. Bona. Court: Supreme Court, State of New York Dutchess County Judge: Hon. Hal B. Greenwald Case Type: Slip and Fall Caption: Adami v. Ridgefield […]

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May Updates to Workers’ Compensation Rules and Procedures – New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania

By Charlene Stewart Barnaba and Anthony M. Napoli. During the COVID-19 Outbreak, many of us may be directly affected by the coronavirus, experiencing financial hardships, working remotely and practicing social […]

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Updates to Workers’ Compensation Rules and Procedures – New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

By Charlene Stewart Barnaba, Laurie A. Carroll and Anthony M. Napoli. COVID-19 has gripped the entire world and each of our local communities. The PMT Law Firm is working to […]

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PMT Delivers a Win – Snow, Shortcuts and Accidents

By Anthony M. Napoli and Thomas M. Bona. Court: Supreme Court, State of New York Dutchess County Judge: Hon. Hal B. Greenwald Case Type: Slip and Fall Caption: Adami v. Ridgefield […]

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