Mag Mile Law is a premier insurance coverage litigation firm that focuses on complex coverage and “bad faith” claims that arise under commercial, individual, and group policies. We represent policyholders in various types of claims and disputes arising under commercial and personal policies, and regularly advise clients on potential and recently-enacted legislation.
Mag Mile Law’s insurance coverage attorneys are also licensed insurance brokers who understand the insurance business and use that knowledge to navigate the complex process of insurance claim litigation. Whether through trial, settlement or advice regarding strategy, Mag Mile Law’s knowledge of insurance law and the insurance industry allows it to efficiently obtain the best outcome for its clients. Some of our more notable cases and results include:
- Representing the owner of a hotel, convention center and restaurant in a dispute with its insurance carrier over the failure to provide insurance coverage for loss of property resulting from COVID-19 and Governor Pritzker’s Executive Orders.
- Obtaining coverage for actual cash value of a collapsed building where coverage was originally denied as being due to earth movement and intentional action by the insured.
- Obtaining coverage under a false pretense endorsement where coverage was originally denied for the purchase of a fleet of vehicles from an individual who did not have title to the vehicles.
- Obtaining coverage for replacement cost of single-family home severely damaged by a mentally ill tenant where coverage was originally denied on basis of repeated intentional acts of named insured.
- Obtaining coverage for interior water damage caused to a building due to poor workmanship of mason where coverage was originally denied based on a workmanship exclusion.
- Obtaining coverage pursuant to an employee benefits liability coverage where coverage was originally denied based on late reporting.
- Obtaining coverage under an employment practices liability coverage for claim originally denied on the basis that the claim was made outside reporting period.
- Obtaining payments for medical services rendered under an employee benefit plan for a claims originally denied by the insurance carrier.
For further information about our ability to protect your interests in insurance coverage disputes, contact us for a free consultation.