Insurance lawyers at Brown, Proctor & Howell provide crucial legal experience for national and international clients in all matters involving insurance.
Insurance Coverage and Insurance Litigation Lawyers
Brown, Proctor & Howell insurance lawyers work with insurance companies by providing opinions and advice with regard to complex questions of insurance coverage and defense.
Our attorneys represent insurance clients in first party insurance claims in which there is a dispute as to coverage under the policy, the value of the loss, and in instances of possible fraud. In addition, our insurance lawyers work with insurance companies in cases involving allegations of improper adjustment and settlement of claims, including allegations of bad faith against the insurance company.
Brown, Proctor & Howell’s team of well-qualified attorneys works to protect the interests of clients dealing with complex issues including:
- Policy coverage disputes
- Loss value assessment
- Insurance fraud
- Allegations of improper adjustment of insurance claims
- Allegations of improper settlement of insurance claims
- Allegations of bad faith
Insurance Defense Lawyers – Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, and Property Damage
Michael Peck and David Pels and Bruce Moon combine their solid insurance backgrounds to lead a team of Brown, Proctor & Howell attorneys focused on defending insured individuals and businesses facing lawsuits involving personal injury, wrongful death, and property damage allegations. We help protect the interests of insured businesses and individuals including:
- Business Owners
- Healthcare providers
- Construction contractors and subcontractors
Insurance Subrogation Lawyers
John Hart and Bruce Rogers, each with more than forty years of experience in insurance subrogation matters, represent national and international clients in matters involving multi-million dollar losses to industrial and commercial property. Hart and Rogers work with investigators, authorities, and consultants to determine the cause of a loss. They focus on recovering insurance payments paid to policyholders for losses caused by third party negligence.