The insurance coverage practice group represents personal and commercial primary and excess insurers in various coverage disputes in state and federal courts throughout New York and Connecticut.
Our highly adept attorneys, with the assistance of trained support staff, excel at navigating the complex field of insurance coverage. We handle a broad range of insurance coverage and litigation matters, including construction, environmental, dram shop, employment practices, directors and officers, and healthcare.
At Pillinger Miller Tarallo, we make a comprehensive, detailed evaluation of a wide array of policies and provisions to guide the effective resolution of complex coverage questions. Partnering with clients, we devise a thorough, forward-thinking strategy, while ensuring clients understand the risks. We regularly engage in negotiations, mediations, arbitrations, and trials, resolving complex insurance coverage disputes effectively and efficiently.
Allow us to put our vast experience to work for you. For more information on our insurance coverage practice group, please contact Jeffrey Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org, Neil Sambursky at email@example.com, or Dan Dietchweiler at firstname.lastname@example.org
By Marc H. Pillinger. We have always advised our carriers to disclaim coverage “as soon as practicable” and not rely on Reservation of Rights letters when dealing with insurance coverage […]
By Thomas M. Bona and Daniel O. Dietchweiler. Court: United States District Court Northern District of New York Judge: Hon. Brenda K. Sannes Case Type: Action to recover funds paid for […]
Settling Cases During and After the Pandemic – Four Perspectives Defense | Plaintiff | Judicial/Mediator | Insurance Company
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By Thomas M. Bona. There is a commonly held misconception that defense attorneys don’t want to settle cases. After all, every settled case represents a lost chance to bill and […]
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