Insurance Litigation Attorneys You Can Trust
At the Law Offices of Gregory P. DiLeo, APLC, we assist clients with a wide range of legal concerns, including insurance litigation, bad faith insurance and hurricane claims. Based in New Orleans, our lawyers assist individuals and families throughout Louisiana, especially in southeast Louisiana and the Greater New Orleans area. Our goal is to help you obtain the coverage payments you deserve after a covered loss from an accident or natural disaster.
Terms You Should Know
There are two general types of insurance litigation claims:
- First-party claims — suing your own insurance company after a hurricane, fire or other covered natural disaster, or for Uninsured/Underinsured motorist claims
- Third-party claims — when you sue the insurance company of the party that injured you, such as for automobile accidents or premises liability claims
Our attorneys have the skill and experience to handle all manner of first- and third-party insurance litigation.
Additionally, we are prepared to handle even the most complex bad faith insurance claims, having been a forerunner in class actions involving bad faith claims. We have been lead counsel for several prominent cases, including the class action suit of Orrill v. Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, which resulted in a settlement of $20 Million dollars, entitling several thousands of individuals to statutory penalties.
Helping Clients After A Hurricane
In 2005, our firm expanded our practice to include hurricane-related property damage or wrongful death claims relating to hurricanes. Our New Orleans insurance litigation attorneys have handled many cases related to Hurricane Katrina and other tropical storms in Louisiana. We understand the laws and policies pertaining to hurricane insurance and know what to look for to help you obtain the coverage you deserve.
Don’t Wait; Call Now
Contact us today at 866-522-3456, or via email for a free initial consultation with an experienced lawyer. We return all messages promptly.