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Brian A. Eves recently presented on a panel at the CLM Southeast Conference on October 4, 2019 in Kissimmee, Florida. The seminar class topic was “Consumer Product & Appliance Failures: Manufacturer vs Consumer,” which he presented along with along with Timothy Tresierras, ARCCA, Inc., Gregory Vacek, Chubb; and Ilene Munk, Foley & Mansfield. The panel covered primary causation and subrogation issues, including case studies involving consumer products. Mr. Eves presented on real world application in litigation, and how adjusters, clients, and counsel can work together to effective and efficiently handle claims based on the scope of the damages.
ATTORNEY PHILLIP B. SILVERMAN OF MINTZER, SAROWITZ, ZERIS, LEDVA & MEYERS, LLP HONORED BY THE PHILADELPHIA ASSOCIATION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL WITH THE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
(June 2019) Phillip B. Silverman, Senior Litigation Counsel at the firm’s Eastern Pennsylvania office, was honored by the Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award during this year’s June 4th Annual Meeting. He was honored for his extraordinary 50 year career entirely focused on civil defense litigation. The PADC is the professional organization of civil defense litigators in […]
The Western Pennsylvania office is pleased to announce our continued growth with the hiring of Senior Litigation Counsel Eric Santos and Associate Dana Horton.
The Western Pennsylvania office is pleased to announced our continued growth with the hiring of Senior Litigation Counsel Eric Santos and Associate Dana Horton. Both Eric and Dana bring over forty years of combined experience to our Western Pennsylvania office. Eric concentrates his practice in general liability matters, worker’s compensation defense, as well as toxic tort defense. Eric is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania […]
In New Jersey, an insurance carrier is not required to provide notice of cancellation to it’s insured when an insurance premium finance company agreement is involved. When an insurance carrier cancels an insured’s policy due to default, it must comply with the statutory requirements provided in N.J.S.A. 17:29C-8, including providing at least fifteen days notice prior to cancellation and proof of mailing of notice […]