Our Insurance Litigators advise and represent insurance companies relating to complex issues of insurance coverage, policy interpretation, and the appropriate application of policy exclusions. Extra-contractual claims pose a unique set of risks to insurers, implicating their business operations and opening their company to potentially vast exposures. Our Insurance Litigators handle disputes arising out of commercial insurance products across all lines of coverage and exposure bases. This includes a broad range of issues related to policy terms, audit calculations and premiums, class codes and rates, experience modifiers, premium credits (e.g. construction classification premium adjustment programs), and approved rating plans.
Bressler provides coverage advice and related representation in coverage litigation, including bad faith claims and extra-contractual liability issues. We help insurance companies proactively prevent potential causes of bad insurance allegations and work with insurers during the claims process, using our experience to assist with the claims handling process to minimize bad faith exposure.
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- Diana Manning, Jed Marcus and Mark Tallmadge Nominated to the Fellows of the American Bar FoundationFirm News, 05.04.2018
- New Jersey's Highest Court Enforces No-Fault Act And Holds That Plaintiffs May Not Sue For Outstanding Medical Bills Exceeding Their Elected PIP LimitsAlert, 03.27.2019
- NY Appeals Court Rules That Insurer Did Not Waive Flood Exclusion By Failing To Expressly Cite It In Coverage DenialAlert, 04.13.2016
- Information Disclosed To Insured’s Broker and Attorneys Triggers Notice Obligation To Excess InsurerAlert, 03.30.2016
- Insurer's Subrogation Rights Cannot Be Completely Waived By Insured's Agreement to a Loss/Damage WaiverAlert, 03.30.2016
- Insurer Need Not Prove Prejudice to Deny Coverage Under a Claims Made Policy For Late Notice, Even Where Notice Is Given Within Policy PeriodAlert, 02.12.2016
- NY Appellate Court Rules That Classification Limitations in Policy Describe Scope of Coverage, Rather Than a Coverage ExclusionAlert, 01.11.2016
- NY Appellate Court Says Insureds Are Barred From Bringing Duplicate Claims for Breach of Contract and Bad Faith in Claims HandlingAlert, 11.30.2015