Insurance Coverage Law is complex. When faced with an insurer that fails to honor its insurance policy, McKenna Storer’s Insurance Coverage attorneys can help. Every policy is different and the scope and meaning of insurance provisions are subject to varied interpretation. Having represented both insurers and policy holders for more than 60 years in complex insurance defense cases, our attorneys possess an intricate understanding of insurance policy provisions.
The attorneys at McKenna Storer bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in insurance coverage law and litigation representing clients in a wide array of claims and coverage disputes such as:
Collaborating with attorneys from a number of states including Arizona, California, Florida, Michigan, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Utah, makes us a valuable legal resource for insurance coverage issues across the country. Confident of our abilities to protect their interests, several insurance providers and self-insureds continue to retain us as coverage counsel. We act as national coverage counsel for a transportation insurer which writes a package policy for most of its insureds.
Insurance companies and business insureds rely on legal counsel from McKenna Storer to advise and defend their coverage decisions. The services our attorneys provide cover a broad range of insurance and reinsurance assignments including:
Provide coverage opinions on scope of coverage provisions and interpretation of policy wording
Handle the variety of disputes arising under the full spectrum of liability insurance policies
Examination and assessment of fraudulent claims
Assistance in the drafting of insurance policy provisions
Provide litigation representation for insurance coverage issues involving personal injury and property damage claims under Commercial General Liability (CGL), excess, workers’ compensation, trucker’s, homeowner, auto and specialty policies.
File and defend declaratory judgment actions related to construction defect claims.
Provide representation on bankruptcy issues.