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Insurance Coverage Law

Insurance plays a large role in your life, whether you are an individual, business or Fortune 500 company. We all rely on the protections that insurance affords. However, when an insurer seeks to avoid its obligations, Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot attorneys are prepared to step in and help. Our experience in insurance coverage litigation includes both state and federal courts, and our attorneys have shaped insurance policy in Alaska through published opinions. We have the skill and experience to assist you with any coverage-related issue, whether the dispute is in the early stages or has progressed to a declaratory judgment action.

Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot’s insurance coverage practice focuses on maximizing insurance recovery for corporate policyholders, professionals and other claimants. Our insurance attorneys pair their knowledge of insurance law with exceptional litigation capabilities to resolve disputed insurance claims successfully on behalf of policyholders from a broad range of industries in all types of dispute resolution proceedings, ranging from pre-litigation advocacy and mediation to litigation and arbitration.

In addition to resolving coverage disputes, a substantial portion of our practice involves partnering with clients to offer strategic advice on an array of coverage and risk management issues. Working as aggressive and zealous advocates for our clients, we provide business-oriented, no-nonsense representation and counseling that delivers prompt, favorable and cost-effective results.

Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot focuses its practice on the following services:

  • Coverage ligation
  • Counseling on policy procurement and renewals
  • Analyzing proposed and existing policy language
  • Advising on insurance requirements

Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot’s experienced litigators also understand professional liability litigation and have experience conducting liability litigation in order to maximize the use of insurance to settle and cover claims. Our cumulative knowledge and experience means that we can provide clients with perspective, strategy and possible outcomes without investing clients’ time and money in researching the basics in coverage law.


David Karl Gross