Best Rated Insurance Coverage
 

     If you have been declined for insurance coverage or received a reservation of rights, the law firm of Neurick LLC can assist you with over 16 years of attorney experience. 

     Attorney Alan Neurick has obtained multi-million dollar results in insurance coverage  disputes involving Bodily Injury, Personal Injury, Property Damage, Advertising Injury, Advertising Liability, Pollution Liability, Occurrence and Trigger of Coverage issues in Commercial General Liability (CGL), Umbrella Insurance and Excess Insurance policies.   We have also successfully assisted with questions involving the Duty to Defend and Duty to Indemnify. 

       

     Attorney Alan Neurick has obtained significant and precedental decisions, including the following:

  • OneBeacon Insurance Co. v. William A. Graham Co., 33 EDA 2012, 2012 Pa. Super. LEXIS 3596 (Pa. Super. Ct. August 31, 2012) (successful insurance coverage case which held that insurers had no duty to defend or indemnify an insured in connection with a $30 million copyright infringement lawsuit and judgment under the “advertising injury” coverage of CGL policies because individualized marketing and business solicitations do not constitute “advertising.”).

 

  • Uniwest Constr., Inc. v. Amtech Elevator Services, Inc., 714 S.E.2d 560 (Va. 2011) (successful complex insurance coverage and indemnification claim seeking a multi-million dollar judgment on behalf of a plaintiff insurance company and following a lengthy trial in the Circuit Court of Fairfax County, Virginia and two appeals to the Virginia Supreme Court).

 

  • Payne v. Clark, 25 A.3d 918 (D.C. 2011) (a qualified privilege protects statements made by members of the public who communicate in good faith with District agencies during investigations into alleged misconduct by District employees).

 

  • Perdue Farms Inc. v. National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA, 197 F.Supp 2d. 370 (D. Md. 2002) (successful defense against complex $48 plus million dollar claim for advertising liability insurance coverage decided at summary judgment in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland and following an appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit).

 

  • Information Sys. & Network Corp. v. Federal Ins. Co., 805 A.2d 1141 (Md. Ct. Spec. App. 2002) (successful defense against multi-million dollar claim for insurance coverage of a qui tam action and violations of Federal and state False Claims Acts).

 

       In a recent matter, Alan's strategy in a significant insurance coverage case in North Dakota helped establish coverage for an underlying multi-million dollar carbon monoxide poisoning, over the defense's position that the "Pollution" exclusion eviscerated coverage which may otherwise exist under the at issue policies of insurance. 

       Neurick LLC also has served as local counsel to attorneys not admitted in the state and federal courts in Maryland and Washington, D.C., and helped guide them through our court systems toward successful resolutions.

       For these and other insurance coverage issues, we use our legal experience and well-honed litigation skills to our clients' advantage, whether the disputes are resolved by way of direct party to party settlement, in mediation or arbitration, or through a trial. 

       Contact a Neurick LLC Attorney for Experienced Insurance Coverage Representation, whether you need to assert a coverage claim or one is asserted against you.

       Call us at (410) 736-9367 for a free and confidential lawyer consultation of your matter or message us below:

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