Verdicts & Settlements

Insurance Litigation

Insurance Litigation

Cause-of-Death Estate Litigation in Airplane Accident

A pilot, with his wife on board, crashed his small, private plane, killing them both. Our client, the estate of the pilot, asserted that collision with birds caused the tragic deaths. However the pilot’s stepchildren alleged that the pilot failed to disclose a medical condition that caused him to black out and crash the plane. After full investigation, there was evidence on both sides. Therefore, the matter was settled favorably to the estate by our attorneys in an amount that recognized the crash could have been caused by a bird strike.

Convinced Health Insurance Company HMO to Pay for Medical Treatment

A young woman who worked for the State of New Jersey had been through several treatments for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer. Her last hope was a bone marrow transplant of her own marrow. Her HMO would not pay for the treatment. Our insurance litigation attorneys convinced the HMO to pay.

Required Insurance Company to Represent Real Estate Homebuilder in Litigation Dispute

A dissatisfied homebuyer claiming emotional distress caused by mortgage rate information provided by a residential developer sued. The homebuilder’s insurance company refused to provide legal representation and coverage – even though the homebuilder had paid premiums for this very type of business insurance coverage. Our insurance litigation attorneys filed suit to enforce the insurance policy. We won a “declaratory judgment” from the court that the insurance company should have defended the lawsuit and requiring that insurance company to reimburse the insured for the monies he paid to a lawyer and the amount the insured paid to settle the claim.


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