Insurance Law And Coverage Disputes
Insurance coverage is vital to your business. But if you overlook the fine print, you may be facing devastating out-of-pocket expenses. Depending on the entity structure of your business, you or your business may be responsible to pay for property damage, personal injury or advertising damages in a lawsuit. Unread clauses regarding coverage for potential losses and damages can cost the life of your business.
Working with an experienced insurance attorney can help you get through the fine print so your coverage is adequate. Our attorneys at Gorman & Williams are here to assist you in understanding the nuances of the different types of commercial insurance your business may need. Do you primarily hire independent contractors? Your insurance policy may not cover their actions. It is critical to know the difference. Contact us soon for a consultation.
At Gorman & Williams, our attorneys defend insureds under a variety of policy coverages, including, but not limited to:
- Commercial general liability
- Casualty insurance
- Professional liability, such as errors and omissions insurance
- Directors’ and officers’ insurance
- Commercial automobiles and equipment
- Umbrella insurance
- Specialty technology
We will defend your right to the fair and equitable coverage you have paid to receive.
Insurance Subrogation Representation
Our attorneys at Gorman & Williams represent insurance carriers in subrogation cases. Subrogation allows for insurance companies to recoup some of their expenses by pursuing the entity or person at fault for payment of damages. We provide coverage opinions and trial and appellate advocacy, on behalf of insurance carriers in insurance coverage disputes.
Contact A Trusted Law Firm Today
Our firm is listed in the Best’s Directory of Recommended Attorneys for the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., practice areas. Call our office in Baltimore at 410-929-1921, in Washington, D.C., at 202-990-7611 or send us an email for a consultation.