Yeager, Davison & Day, P.C.’s experience in defending and evaluating claims extends to virtually all areas of insurance law,including property and casualty (including coverage analysis), no fault (first and third party), subrogation, professional errors and omissions, excess and reinsurance, life, health and accident coverage, and environmental.Protecting our clients’ interests neither begins nor ends in the courtroom. The firm’s first priority is to counsel our clients so as to prevent problems from ever occurring and to avoid unnecessary litigation. Our clients regularly consult us regarding the drafting of legally sensitive materials, such as policy forms, claims manuals, agreements among joint ventures, bylaws and articles of association, inspection reporting forms, and promotional brochures. By painstakingly drafting and carefully reviewing these documents, we help our clients avoid potential legal problems and are better prepared to provide representation should an actual conflict develop. Attorneys in the firm have earned reputations as formidable adversaries in policy disputes, liability actions, subrogation cases, and in litigation involving difficult and complex legal issues.We retain our small firm atmosphere and maintain a close working relationship with our clients, who know that our doors are always open and that we are consistently available to meet one-on-one to discuss problems or concerns.
Our willingness to adapt, expand, and customize our services enables us to provide highly efficient and cost-effective representation. We are proud of the accessibility of our attorneys, our willingness to tailor our services as required by individual cases and clients, and our ability to travel the world to handle depositions, trials, or meet with clients.The firm’s attorneys have significant experience in the fields of property and liability insurance, including commercial and residential, as well as primary, excess, and surplus lines. The firm’s attorneys have successfully prosecuted substantial fire, product failure and chemical exposure subrogation cases, and its reputation for successfully defending property insurers on the basis of arson, fraud, and lack of coverage is second to none. The firm’s attorneys have significant experience in dealing with business interruption claims under commercial property insurance policies, and in that regard have frequently worked closely with forensic accountants to evaluate business losses and negotiate or litigate favorable resolution of business interruption disputes.