The issue of whether insurance coverage is available is a critical concern to both the insurer and the insured. Based upon decades of combined experience in this area, our New York insurance defense attorneys counsel both insurance companies and those they protect, on the rights and obligations of the parties under applicable policies. We also litigate issues relating to coverage and liability.
To learn more about your options and rights in any insurance defense or insurance coverage situation, contact Pierce & Kwok LLP. Based in New York City, we serve clients throughout the nation.
Knowledgeable Insurance Attorneys Serving the Needs of both Insurance Companies and there clients nationwide
No matter where you are located in the United States, our lawyers can help with your insurance matters. You can rely on our firm for guidance through all types of concerns in any area, including:
- Business disputes
- Product liability
- Construction issues
- Premises liability
- Employment matters and more
Whether you need a litigation advocate who has extensive courtroom experience or a skilled negotiator, our team is ready to supply you with the support you need.
At Pierce & Kwok LLP, we vigorously stand up for individuals and companies who find themselves in the unenviable position of having an insurance company refuse to treat them fairly and reasonably. When an insurance company fails to treat a customer appropriately and denies a legitimate claim that should be paid, the lawyers at Pierce & Kwok LLP are willing to take them on, expose their actions and make them pay for their improper and illegal conduct.
Contact Our New York Insurance Law Firm for Effective Advocacy
For solid insurance advice that protects your best interests in a cost-effective and rapid manner, contact our law firm today. Based in New York, we serve clients throughout the United States with their insurance issues.
- Insurance Litigation
- Disability Policies
- Workers Compensation Policies
- Homeowners Policies
- Life Insurance Policies
- Life Partners, Inc.
- Life Settlement Investments
In the United States, insurance companies owe a duty of “good faith and fair dealing” to every person or company they insure. This means an insurance company is required by law to treat their customers fairly and honestly. This obligation is automatically placed upon an insurance company by law in every insurance contract and cannot be waived or amended.