Insurance Recovery High-Stakes Returns
To thrive and survive, businesses rely heavily on insurance to manage risks and protect assets. So when the unexpected occurs, successfully enforcing your rights under your policy is vital. At Kilpatrick Townsend, we have preserved and recovered billions of dollars of insurance-related assets through sophisticated negotiation, litigation, and alternative dispute resolution for individual, corporate, and nonprofit policyholders in U.S. state and federal courts and arbitration tribunals worldwide. We work closely with our clients to resolve cases quickly, practically, and consistently with their goals. We understand the complex contracts, laws, and regulations governing insurance coverage disputes, and leverage this knowledge when skillfully and aggressively advocating large, high-value matters. Our attorneys have set precedents and achieved national and international recognition, while working across a variety of industries — including aerospace, chemical, communications, construction, defense, entertainment, e-commerce, financial, retail and luxury goods, sports, technology, among others — involving all major lines of insurance and an array of insurance coverage claims, including:
- Antitrust & Related Coverage
- Bodily Injury, Personal Injury & Property Damage
- Construction Defects
- Privacy Liability
- Directors & Officers Liability, including professional liability, errors, and omission liability
- E-Commerce &Technology
- Entertainment & Media Liability
- Environmental & Complex Torts
- Fintech & Broker Liability
- First-Party Property Coverage & Business Interruption Losses
- Intellectual Property
- International Insurance
- Labor & Employment
- Product Liability
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