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Amy Pollock

Amy PollockPartner

Garland (North), TX Office,

6600 Naaman Forest Blvd
Garland, TX 75044

  • Amy Pollock is a highly skilled litigator with a 25-year career across multiple disciplines and practice areas. Her experience includes construction defects, medical malpractice, wrongful death, personal injury matters, product liability, and professional liability. Amy has extensive experience in the investigation and early evaluation of damage claims, including those stemming from arson, fraud, mold, and wind. She manages complex institutional litigation while individualizing company representatives and expert witness preparation and testimony. Amy also handles third-party insurance defense as well as first-party coverage matters, defending contractual and extra-contractual claims, as well as bad faith and complex damage claims across a range of business lines, including property, general commercial liability, business policies, construction defects, wrongful death, personal injury, and professional liability. Amy regularly presents claims specialist training courses for her clients to assist the industry in delivering legally compliant and good faith policyholder service. She is a sought-after speaker and course lecturer on a range of insurance-related issues, including jury perspectives, catastrophic loss damages, medical malpractice, fire causation, extra-contractual liability and litigation, good faith compliance, and insurer insolvency.  She has taught numerous legal education seminars including for the Texas Department of Insurance, insurance-affiliated clients, the International Association of Insurance Professionals, and The Office of Inspector General in Washington, D.C. Prior to her move to Texas, Amy was a prosecutor for the Pennsylvania Department of State, Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs, where she sought disciplinary action against licensees who were in violation of a state statute or had otherwise engaged in unprofessional conduct that warranted prosecution. Amy was named a “Texas Rising Star” in 2007 by Thomson Reuters, as published in Texas Monthly magazine, an honor reserved for 2.5 percent of lawyers under 40 years old who have been practicing law for less than 10 years.