Our Firm represents insurers and their insureds in the following types of matters:

  • property owners, general contractors and subcontractors in construction accident litigation arising under New York’s Labor Laws with an emphasis on large, multi year projects where wrap up and OCIP insurance polices are common (including the construction of airport terminals at John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia Airports);
  • aircraft owners, operators and insurers in aircraft accident litigation;
  • manufacturers and sellers in product liability matters;
  • insurers in coverage disputes. See e.g., Elm Leaf, Inc. v. U.S. Specialty Insurance Co. and Ranger Insurance Co. v. Kovach;
  • trucking companies and insurers in trucking accident litigation;
  • manufacturers in non-aviation product integrity matters, including a serious burn case in which a coffee pot was alleged to have caused a house to burn to the ground;
  • the State of Connecticut in premises liability matters arising at Bradley International Airport; and
  • property owners in general negligence and premises liability litigation.