Kevin’s practice is focused exclusively on representing domestic and international insurance companies. For almost thirty years, he has counseled and advised insurers, and represented them in litigation, concerning complex insurance coverage matters and in response to bad faith claims. Kevin has extensive experience litigating insurance coverage disputes and counseling insurers with respect to commercial general liability insurance, first-party property insurance, automobile/fleet liability insurance issues and professional liability policies in jurisdictions throughout the country. In addition, Kevin has experience in handling construction defect claims, environmental property damage claims, mass tort bodily injury claims, and appellate matters in state and federal courts.
Part of the team of attorneys that represented the interests of the owners of a high-rise office building in response to claims arising out of a major high-rise fire that occurred in a metropolitan U.S. city.
Represented an international insurance company in coverage litigation arising out of a domestic retailer’s attempt to recover costs incurred to upgrade and to remediate a nationwide computer system in advance of Y2K.
Involved in the representation of a domestic property insurer in the coverage litigation arising out of the September 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
Represented the insurance company in trial and appellate proceedings in litigation designated as one of “Top 10 Insurance Cases of 2011.” The insurer client successfully established that nuisance climate change claims were not covered under CGL policies.
Represented a major domestic insurer in responding to first-party homeowner litigation claims as a result of Superstorm Sandy.
Advised insurer clients regarding the application of Pennsylvania’s Motor Vehicle Responsibility Law in the context of evaluating coverage for underinsured and uninsured motorists claims.