Insurance policies are contracts that are long and often confusing. And often the first time that they are read completely, is when a loss occurs. Since policies have to be written in general language, questions sometimes come up as to whether a loss is covered, if an exclusion applies, what the proper measurement of loss is, and more.

Insurance litigation involves the representation of insurers and policyholders in disputes about the meaning, scope, and effect of insurance policies and related contracts.


Jim has been involved in insurance litigation including most types of insurance policies. He has represented clients in cases involving general liability insurance, professional liability insurance, construction defect insurance, life insurance, property and business interruption insurance, health insurance, and directors and officers liability insurance.


Jim has been involved in trials involving what constitutes an occurrence under a policy, the number of occurrences, trigger of coverage, allocation of coverage, defense duties and reimbursement, policy conditions, policy exclusions, apportionment, occurrence versus claims made policies, self insured retentions and captive policies, exhaustion of coverage, and more.

If you need a Minnesota insurance attorney or have any questions about insurance litigation, schedule a free call.