Our Annapolis-based law firm is a proven, versatile resource for businesses and individuals on either side of disputes over high-value insurance claims. Member attorney James R. Schraf, a proven veteran in trials and appeals in State and Federal Courts leads us in this practice area. We handle complex matters across the spectrum of business disputes, insurance liability, coverage and claims.
We recognize that few setbacks are more troubling than suffering an adverse event such as a business interruption or a liability claim against you, only to have the insurance company you trust deny your claim for reasons that make no sense to you. Conversely, insurers have an obligation to protect their stakeholders from frivolous claims and those that fall outside policy guidelines. We are experienced in navigating what may otherwise be a very frustrating process.
Trust Our Decades of Experience Establishing and Defending Liability
Our law practice is focused on protecting the financial interests of our clients, whether in bankruptcy proceedings, negotiations or litigation to resolve business controversies, professional malpractice defense, or determined asset recovery and protection actions. Specific to insurance matters, our capabilities extend to:
- Insurance defense of third party property and casualty claims;
- Prosecution and defense of insurance coverage claims;
- Defense of direct actions and bad faith claims;
- Defense of professionals including accountants, insurance agents and brokers, real estate agents and brokers, and title insurance agents
Honest, Informed Case Evaluations and Practical Guidance on Insurance Matters
If you need a seasoned, respected attorney to advise and represent you in an insurance coverage dispute, you can turn to proven lawyers who know business, contracts, finance and general civil litigation in-depth. We invite you to contact us for a consultation on your potential case or your ongoing defense needs as an insurer.
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