Our firm has targeted defense of High Exposure claims because experienced handling, creativity and proactivity can make a big difference in your ultimate outcome. There can be large indemnity savings by taking the time and effort to uncover important facts and create theories of defense potentially undermining prosecution of a claim or shifting the burden to a different party. Having the mind-set to look at a High Exposure claim is important. High Exposure defense requires the desire and the ability to recognize key issues, as well as having the experience to dig out the facts and to convince the Courts to compel important discovery, and resolve or limit issues through Summary Judgment, where possible.
Whether you have a new claim or an existing claim where you are concerned about the potential for High Exposure, please call us. Even if you don’t decide to use us, you may come away with ideas that may assist your current or usual counsel. We want you to know that we are a resource that can help you get the correct result.
The attorneys at Lawrence, Worden, Rainis & Bard, P.C. have represented the insurers and owners of apartment buildings, residential and commercial properties, mall owners and stores, hotels and other businesses for cases involving serious injuries and damages claimed from:
To schedule an initial consultation to discuss premises liability defense with an attorney at Lawrence, Worden, Rainis & Bard, P.C., call 631-694-0033 or contact the firm via email.
The law firm of Lawrence, Worden, Rainis & Bard, P.C. is AV Preeminent Rated* and is currently listed in Best’s Directory of Recommended Insurance Attorneys and Adjusters. Lawyers at the firm have an average of nearly 20 years of experience handling insurance litigation. To discuss construction accident defense, call 631-694-0033 or contact the firm via email.
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