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Insurance Litigation and Coverage

Goodsill has a prominent and well-established insurance law practice. Our attorneys have experience in insurance law and the insurance industry and keep abreast of the rapid developments in both areas. Goodsill’s litigators have extensive experience in a broad variety of insurance issues and can handle virtually any insurance-related need their clients may have. Examples include:

  • Coverage Analyses and Opinions – Assisted insurers by analyzing and advising and providing opinions on insurance coverage issues, including complex situations; provided advice and counsel about myriad first- and third-party coverage obligations.
  • Litigation – Represented insurers in regulatory proceedings, first-party and third-party coverage disputes, and bad faith actions.
  • Agent and Broker Liability – Represented insurance agents and brokers in a variety of professional liability claims.

Goodsill’s clients include many national insurers, as well as local insurers, agents, and brokers. The needs and philosophies of our insurance clients determine how Goodsill will bring its knowledge and resources to bear in obtaining the optimal outcome for the client.

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