Van Kampen & Crowe represents policyholders in insurance coverage disputes. Our lawyers have extensive experience in handling insurance claims, coverage disputes and insurance litigation. We have negotiated insurance coverage issues, represented insureds in coverage disputes and tried bad faith law suits against insurance companies. Our experience includes disputes over property damage coverage, business interruption claims, liability coverage and environmental claims coverage. Some of our cases are the following:
WeHash Technology v. CNA
Represented policyholder on business interruption coverage claim. Achieved favorable, confidential settlement for client without litigation.
Travelers Casualty & Surety Co. v. Spectrum Glass Co.
Counsel for policyholder asserting claims against insurer for bad faith under its employment practices liability policy. Client granted summary judgment for bad faith and coverage by estoppel, which resulted in favorable settlement for client. The court’s ruling and a discussion of the implications of the case can be found here, Read Article.
GT v. Insurance Company
Attorneys for insured in business interruption insurance coverage case. Client recovered in excess of $1 million in confidential settlement just before trial.
Spectrum Glass v. Wausau Insurance
Lead counsel for plaintiff on bad faith claim against insurer for its refusal to defend Texas antitrust claims against our client. Following initial discovery, case mediated and favorably resolved in a confidential settlement.
King Merchandising v. CNA
Lead counsel for plaintiff on bad faith claims against insurer for insurer's refusal to defend tortious interference suit against King Merchandising. Our client received favorable summary judgment ruling on bad faith liability and a plaintiff's verdict for damages after two week jury trial.
Seattle Bike v. Transcontinental Insurance
Represented local company against insurance company for its refusal to pay insurance claim resulting from employee theft. Client received favorable settlement.
There are no guaranteed outcomes in the law. Every case is different, and the results obtained will depend upon the specific facts and circumstances of a client's situation.