Our attorneys prevailed in a major insurance coverage dispute before the First Circuit Court of Appeals, IDS Property Casualty Insurance Co. v. GEICO. The case concerned the level of available coverage for an auto accident that occurred in Florida. The key issue addressed in the First Circuit's decision was whether a renewal form for the insurance policy at issue triggered the insured's duty to report changes to a vehicle's place of garaging and customary operators. The court answered in the affirmative, upholding the district court's grant of summary of judgment in favor of the insurer.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly interviewed Attorney Jeff Katzenstein about the case, and published a front-page article about the court's decision, in its January 25, 2021 issue.
To read the full article, please click here.
On Wednesday, December 16, 2020, Attorney Jon Halaby appeared as a guest on the podcast show, Communication Commandments, a presentation of Boston Edits, LLC.
Jon graciously elaborated on his experience as a personal injury attorney and one of the show's goals is to highlight what makes a guest better and different than others in their field. Jon has worked on ‘both sides of the table,’ and with that experience comes a special knowledge of how the other side looks at a case, enabling Jon to anticipate their concerns. This was one such topic covered in the 25-minute discussion, which begins at 12:05 on the podcast.
To hear the full podcast and learn more about Jon's expansive personal injury knowledge, please click on the following link:
To learn more about personal injury representation, please reach out to Jon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More media appearances coming soon.