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Insurance Law Podcast Discusses Defending Construction Claims

January 2, 2019

OLDWICK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 2, 2019--AM Best and Best’s Insurance Professionals and Claims Resource have released the latest installment of the Insurance Law Podcast, a series that examines trending claims and insurance issues.

The episode discusses New York state labor laws and how they pertain to litigating claims involving construction accidents and injuries.

The podcast features Attorneys Peter Read and Jay Rava, shareholders and co-chairs, New York Construction and Labor Law Practice Group at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman and Goggin. Mr. Read focuses on defending owners and contractors in construction accident cases involving the New York Labor Law and Industrial Code, while Mr. Rava defends New York Labor Law matters on behalf of real estate developers, general contractors and sub-contractors.

Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman and Goggin is a qualified member of Best’s Recommended Insurance Attorneys and Adjusters, a claims industry resource that has featured qualified legal counsel, independent insurance adjusting services and expert service providers since 1929.

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CONTACT: John Czuba

Managing Editor, Best’s Insurance Professionals and Claims Resource

+1 908 439 2200,ext. 5673

john.czuba@ambest.com

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES EUROPE NORTH AMERICA NEW JERSEY

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES INSURANCE LEGAL

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