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Wilford LLP enjoys a strong reputation for its insurance coverage practice.  We handle cases involving complex and emerging coverage issues in federal and state courts across the country.  With extensive experience in analyzing insurance issues and our involvement in insurance-related litigation and appeals, our attorneys possess the knowledge and skills necessary to provide insurance providers with reliable coverage opinions, analysis and strategies when a question of coverage arises under either first-party or third-party liability policies. Our insurance coverage attorneys represent numerous domestic and international insurers relating to coverage analysis, declaratory judgment actions, bad faith exposures, and the review of insurance policy language and insurance company practices. Our attorneys are adept at interpreting policy language regarding the insurance company’s obligations under numerous types of insurance policies, including:

  • Various Commercial Lines;
  • Commercial General Liability;
  • Commercial Property;
  • Environmental Liability;
  • Excess Liability;
  • Management Liability and Directors & Officers;
  • Professional Liability including:
    • Accountants Liability;
    • Architects & Engineers Liability;
    • Lawyers Liability;
    • Employment Practices Liability;
    • Fiduciary (ERISA) Liability;
    • Physicians/Surgeons/Healthcare entities Liability;
    • Real Estate Professionals Liability;
  • Commercial Crime Policies; and
  • Reinsurance Liability.

Recognizing that insurance disputes often involve companies with which our clients have ongoing business relationships, we always aim to provide effective representation that does not adversely affect our client’s relationships with business partners. When litigation is necessary, however, Wilford LLP possesses the resources to competently and efficiently represent our client’s interests. Our attorneys have played leading roles in complex, high-profile insurance and reinsurance coverage matters across the United States.