Insurance coverage law can be complex and convoluted. Whatever your coverage question may be, the Insurance Coverage Practice Group at Arthur Chapman is ready to help.
We represent insurance companies, self-insureds, and policy holders at the local and national levels and have done so for over 30 years. In that time, we have developed unmatched experience with the coverage issues facing the insurance industry, the scope and range of coverage instruments, handling first-party and third-party liability disputes, as well as policy drafting, analysis, and interpretation. This experience and knowledge allows our attorneys to excel at working with clients in the handling of coverage issues ranging from the straightforward to the complex.
We function as strategic partners for our clients. We endeavor to help avoid unnecessary litigation, but we’re ready and able to go to court and fight for our clients.
As proven litigators, educators, and advocates, we serve as a comprehensive resource for our clients. We encourage you to reach out to us to learn more.
Insurance Coverage Chair
- Stephen M. Warner
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Insurance Coverage Co-Chair
- Beth A. Jenson Prouty
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