The Insurance Law Section focuses on all areas of insurance law, including automobile, homeowners, health/medical, life, consumer insurers, and policy holders.
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- Chair: Roy T. Willey, IV | Anastopoulo Law Firm, LLC, Charleston, SC
- Chair-Elect: Leah S. Snyder | Ember Law, PLLC, Seattle, WA
- Vice Chair: Michal Meiler | Ver Ploeg & Marino, PA, Miami, FL
- Immediate Past Chair: Ian S. Birk | Keller Rohrback, LLP, Seattle, WA
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to suffer significant economic losses. Businesses nationwide expected their insurance policies to cover their losses, but insurers have denied coverage. To assist AAJ members and their clients, the Insurance Law Section and Bad Faith Insurance Litigation Group formed the COVID-19 Business Interruption Litigation Taskforce (BILT). Learn More
The Insurance Law Section is sponsored by Consumer Attorney Marketing Group (CAMG).
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