Need an insurance lawyer in San Francisco? Look no further than Friedemann Goldberg LLP - our specialized Insurance Law practice group prioritizes representing the interests of our policyholders. We make sure to stay involved in every step of securing coverage, counseling, suing (if necessary), and overall risk management. Our extensive experience means that we will work quickly and efficiently, while never losing track of any details in the process.
Our lawyers begin the process of Insurance Litigation by assisting clients as they notify their insurance company regarding a potential claim. It’s important to remember that early involvement is crucial when it comes to tackling these coverage-related issues. We also have significant experience when it comes to preparing proofs of loss, conducting investigations, and obtaining a favorable allocation to covered matters.
If you need an insurance attorney, our experienced team can expertly handle securing coverage for insureds in the context of first- and third-party claims, and can assist with matters regarding professional liability, financial institution bonds, errors and omissions policies, directors and officers liability policies, and commercial general liability policies.
Our firm has also previously dealt with a wide range of related legal issues, including bad faith litigation and insurance coverage dispute resolution.
At Friedemann Goldberg, our lawyers are able to anticipate, prepare, and quickly respond to client issues, in order to better assist you and ensure that your businesses will continue to run as smoothly as possible. If you’ve been looking for the best insurance lawyer in San Francisco, call our office during business hours to schedule an appointment today!
Insurance reduces risk. If you suffer a loss because something happens to you or your business, “first person” insurance comes into play. Examples include homeowner’s insurance, health insurance, disability insurance, and an employee fidelity bond. If something happens to someone else and you face potential liability, “third person” insurance comes into play. This blog post and several more to follow focus on third person insurance.