Find Lawyers in Arkansas, United States for Litigation - Insurance
M.Stephen Bingham , a Director at CGWG, has a varied practice that includes the areas of commercial litigation, business law, airport law, products liability defense, professional liability defense, insurance defense, transportation law and construction law. Steve, who is a Certified Public Accountant in addition to an attorney, has an emphasis in business contract work. He focuses a great deal of his time in defending municipal and government entities. He represents and defends municipal and...
Will Griffin represents major manufacturers nationally in product liability and other litigation. His work also includes the defense of medical malpractice and general liability cases. Will has handled cases in nearly every state in the United States, having tried more than 80 jury trials. He has been a lead counsel in the defense of manufacturers in lawsuits brought by dozens of municipalities and handled one of the most significant matters litigated before the Consumer Product Safety Commis...
Michael McCarty Harrison serves of counsel in the firm’s litigation practice group. She focuses her practice on insurance defense and coverage, products liability, medical malpractice, personal injury defense, transportation litigation, fire/arson investigation and defense and appellate advocacy.Prior to joining the firm, Harrison spent 20 years developing a strong litigation practice in Little Rock and has been recognized for her work by Mid-South Super Lawyers. She is a member of the ...
Jamie Huffman Jones is a partner in the Litigation Practice Group and a member of the Firm’s Management Committee. Jamie advocates for clients in jury and bench trials involving a variety of claims, including mass tort, catastrophic injury, wrongful death, business and commercial disputes, class actions, and automotive commercial disputes. Jamie handles FELA and regulatory litigation for the largest Class One freight railroad in the country and Section 1983/Constitutional litigation for...
Cindy Kolb is a Director at Cross, Gunter, Witherspoon & Galchus, P.C., based in the firm’s Little Rock office. Her practice areas include employment law, insurance defense, and insurance coverage. She regularly speaks on employment law and HR-related topics for SHRM-affiliated and other industry groups around the state. Cindy served as the 2014 Chair of the Employment Law and Legislative Affairs (ELLA) Conference, hosted by the Arkansas Society for Human Resource Management State C...
Ms. Tracy is an experienced trial attorney who enjoys complex litigation and transportation law. Ms. Tracy represents clients throughout the United States and has represented cases at various levels of state court, federal court, and on appeal. She enjoys the strategy involved in mediation. Ms. Tracy became a litigator because it was the best way to fulfill her competitive streak when her college basketball career came to a close. Ms. Tracy’s litigation experience began in Little Rock, ...
Kimberly D. Young has been practicing law with Friday, Eldredge & Clark since 2003 and she concentrates her practice in the field of civil litigation, including products liability, intellectual property and premises liability. She has over a decade of experience representing electric and natural gas utilities in Arkansas, including the successful defense of catastrophic injury and wrongful death claims. While she has represented a diverse set of clients in personal injury litigation, most...
Kathy McCarroll joined the firm in 2014 as a member of the Litigation Group. Her practice focuses on business litigation, personal injury defense, railroad law, products liability defense and appellate advocacy. In 2019, Mid-South Super Lawyers listed Kathy as a “Rising Star.” Prior to law school, Kathy enjoyed a successful career in communications with an emphasis on speechwriting. Kathy got her start in speechwriting while working on a U.S. presidential campaign. She later becam...
Litigation - Insurance Definition
- Advertising Injury and Personal Injury
- Bad Faith and Extra-Contractual Liability
- Commercial General Liability (bodily injury and property damage)
- Construction Defect and Design Claims
- Director & Officer Liability
- Errors & Omissions Liability
- Environmental Claims (asbestos, lead, mold, and other toxic tort claims)
- First-Party Claims (property damage, property loss, and business interruption claims)
- Guaranty Fund Issues
- Life, Health & Disability Claims
- Insurer Liquidation
- Intellectual Property & Cyber-Security
- Personal Lines (homeowners and personal automobile)
- Professional Liability
When coverage disputes arise, the parties will often resolve the dispute by pursuit of formal coverage litigation instituted by either the insurer or the insured in a court of law, most typically by the filing of a specialized claim called a Declaratory Judgment action. Such a proceeding seeks to have the court determine the disputed policy coverages and the rights of the parties arising under the policy. Coverage disputes also can be resolved through arbitration proceedings, mediation, or some other procedure agreed upon by the parties to the coverage dispute.
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