Engaged to assist defense attorneys answering alleged Agent Errors & Omissions. A fireworks explosion and fire resulted in multiple fatalities and widespread property losses. Allegations involved coverage placement disputes for numerous lines of insurance: Commercial Auto, Workers Compensation, General Liability Insurance, Commercial Umbrella, and Property Insurance. Attorneys Brent Cooper and Joyce Ondich – Cooper & Scully, PC, (214) 712-9500. Joseph M. Lamb, Jr. d/b/a Pyrotechnics by Lamb v. Britton-Gallagher, et al; Civil Action No. 2-04CV-400, US District Court, Eastern District of Texas, Marshall Division.
September 1, 2005admin
Retained by Orix Capital Markets as their Property Insurance Expert. Litigation involves mortgage document(s) insurance language requiring borrower(s) to maintain Terrorism Insurance for mortgaged properties post 9-11-01. Attorney Talmage Boston – Winstead Sechrest & Minick, PC (214) 745-5462; Attorney Amy Howell (214) 237-2000. ECF North Ridge v. ORIX Capital Markets; Cause No. 04-7956-G, 134th Judicial District Court Dallas County, Texas.
July 1, 2005admin
Retained by plaintiff to provide forensic insurance analysis of coverage and premiums. Case involved issues of agent negligence over multiple policy years in placing Workers Compensation, Products Liability Insurance, Commercial Umbrella, and Property Insurance. Attorney – Craig Albert of Godwin Gruber Attorneys (214) 207-6901. Aurora Equipment v. Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.; Cause No. 04-07955-E; 101st Judicial District Court of Dallas County, TX.
March 1, 2005admin