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Identifying Effective Coverage Solutions

The lawyers at Staines, Eppling & Kenney, LLC. provide comprehensive services in the areas of insurance coverage and defense. Our partners have more than 120 years of combined experience assisting domestic and international clients with insurance coverage issues.

Given the scope of our practice and our in-depth knowledge of insurance law, we are positioned to help commercial clients succeed in matters involving:

  • Commercial automobile liability
  • General liability
  • Property damage
  • Marine insurance
  • Contractual liability
  • Additional insured status and indemnity issues
  • Bad faith and extracontractual issues
  • Primary and excess liability coverage and monitoring

When insurance disputes arise, we are prepared to spend the time necessary to evaluate your risk and exposure and, when necessary, to aggressively litigate on your behalf. We have achieved favorable results for clients in coverage matters in mediation, arbitration, and state and federal courts in Louisiana.

Supporting Clients’ Goals With Responsive Representation

We strive to contribute to our clients’ success through exceptional service. Our commitment to each client’s interest is backed by the experience and resources that come as a result of decades of diverse practice. We know that legal matters do not happen in a vacuum, and we are dedicated to the present and future success of our clients. Staines, Eppling & Kenney, LLC. lawyers are skilled at helping insurers and businesses obtain positive results while limiting exposure and protecting future interests.

Our New Orleans-area insurance coverage attorneys have the background and knowledge to evaluate insurance claims thoroughly from the beginning, allowing us to determine the best course of action to resolve disputes promptly and cost-effectively. Retaining effective counsel as early as possible is vital to minimizing the long-term cost and stress of litigation.