We Represent Individuals and Businesses in Georgia in All Insurance Recovery Matters
Since our firm’s inception, a substantial portion of our practice has been devoted to representing clients in insurance recovery matters. With significant experience representing both individuals and businesses, we offer unique insights and a breadth of experience that allows for highly effective representation in all scenarios.
From the first notice of a claim or loss, we work alongside our clients to evaluate claims and defenses, assess claim values, and ensure their insurers’ compliance with Georgia law. Our practice spans all lines of coverage, including (but not limited to):
- Commercial General Liability
- Umbrella/Excess Liability
- Employment Practices Liability
- Directors and Officers Liability
- Professional Liability
- Builder’s Risk
- Commercial Property
- Inland Marine
- Jewelers Block
Insurance Recovery Matters We Handle
We have decades of experience representing clients in insurance recovery matters involving both “occurrence” and “claims made” policies. Within our insurance recovery practice, our areas of representation include:
Relentless Advocacy for Policyholders and Third-Party Claimants in Insurance Coverage Disputes
When representing policyholders and third-party claimants in insurance coverage disputes, we are relentless. We understand the frustrations of dealing with fraudulent and bad-faith insurance practices, and we know the value of securing adequate coverage as efficiently as possible. Our firm is well-known within the insurance industry for taking insurance companies to task—and taking them to court when necessary.
Whether you are dealing with your own insurance company or another individual’s or business’s insurer, you have clear legal rights in Georgia. We are here to help you enforce these rights and make sure you receive the maximum insurance coverage available. To get started, schedule an initial consultation with one of our insurance recovery lawyers today.
We represent policyholders in all types of insurance claims. This includes environmental claims, construction defect claims, commercial property losses, business interruption claims, intellectual property claims, claims for punitive damages, disability and health claims, malpractice claims, aviation risks, and directors’ and officers’ liability claims—among many others. When representing policyholders, we work on behalf of our clients to secure coverage as quickly as possible, and we do not hesitate to escalate matters (including filing lawsuits in court) when necessary.
Insurance Bad Faith
Many of the cases we handle involve bad-faith insurance practices and claims for extra-contractual damages. We have extensive experience prosecuting bad-faith insurance practices claims on behalf of individual and corporate policyholders, and we have tried many of these cases to verdict. Bad-faith insurance practices can take many forms, and they can be extraordinarily frustrating. Fortunately, insureds have clear rights under Georgia law in cases involving failure to investigate, unreasonable delays, bad-faith denials and other prohibited insurance practices.
Wrongful Failure to Settle
Insurance companies have a fundamental obligation to handle first-party and third-party claims in good faith. This obligation entails a duty to enter into good-faith settlement negotiations when warranted. When insurance companies refuse to consider reasonable settlement opportunities, they can—and should—be held accountable for the additional costs, delays and frustrations they force claimants to endure.