In the US, Kennedys is a leader in representing its insurance company clients and their insureds against claims arising out of the operation of motor vehicles, commercial vehicles, livery vehicles and buses.
In the US, Kennedys is a leader in representing its insurance company clients and their insureds against claims arising out of the operation of motor vehicles, commercial vehicles, livery vehicles and buses. Our lawyers have extensive experience representing our motor vehicle clients before the trial and appellate courts in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and select other jurisdictions.
We have handled thousands of motor vehicle lawsuits and claims where the plaintiffs were seeking significant damages for personal injury and/or other loss, and have earned a well-respected reputation amongst our clients, our peers and the judiciary for achieving extremely favorable results for our clients and their insurance carriers, either through obtaining a defense verdict at trial, winning summary judgment prior to trial, or negotiating settlements far below the plaintiff’s demand.
In addition, Kennedys has represented its insurance company clients in every form of first-party and third-party automobile insurance coverage dispute, whether it be providing written coverage opinions prior to litigation, or representing the carrier when a lawsuit seeking insurance coverage has been filed.
Kennedys attorneys have years of experience successfully handling all types of motor vehicle-related matters, including:
- Personal injury claims
- Liability claims
- Claims for uninsured coverage
- Claims for underinsured coverage
- No-Fault/Personal Injury Protection claims
- Large loss and catastrophic injuries
- Indemnity and coverage disputes
- Property damage claims
- Low velocity accident claims
- Medical causation issues
- Cross jurisdictional issues
- Motor vehicle insurance policy interpretation
- No-Fault arbitrations
Outside of the US, Kennedys have a global auto/motor practice to deal with claims wherever they occur in the world.
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