The practice of insurance law is a complex and multifaceted field that requires both experience and a vast amount of knowledge. Attorneys Jack Collins, Theodore Heiser and Kyle Zrenda represent both individuals and businesses that suffer losses and call upon their insurance companies to either assist them in recovery or indemnify them for liabilities. Our insurance attorneys fight on behalf of policy holders to obtain the benefits of the insurance policies that our clients have dutifully paid for.
Time and again, insurance companies either deny claims or do not handle them with the promptness and diligence that their policy holders deserve and are entitled to. The insurance lawyers at Suisman Shapiro can help you prevent that from happening or pursue litigation against insurance companies if you fall victim to such practices.
Our lawyers can assist with all types of insurance including:
- Homeowner’s Insurance
- Automobile Insurance
- Property Loss Insurance
- Commercial General Liability Insurance
- Errors and Omissions and Professional Liability Insurance
- ERISA-governed Insurance
- Health Insurance
We have experience handling issues concerning breach of contract, breach of duty to defend, breach of duty to reasonably settle claims, bad faith/failure to exercise good faith, coverage litigation, and many others. We take pride in zealously advocating on behalf of policy holders (insureds) which includes; individuals, small businesses, large businesses, corporations, municipalities, and others.
If you have suffered a financial loss or are being sued and you do not feel that your insurance company is adequately addressing your needs and concerns, call on us today to help you. Or, if you if have called upon your insurance company to cover a claim and they have denied it, call on us, and we may be able to seek redress on your behalf.
Suisman Shapiro serves clients from New London County, Windham County and Middlesex County including the communities of: New London, Norwich, Waterford, Groton, East Lyme, Stonington/North Stonington, Lyme/Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, Ledyard and Montville.