Torts and Insurance LawAt Simon, Peragine, Smith & Redfearn, LLP, many of the firm's litigation attorneys are engaged in an active tort and insurance practice, representing corporate, governmental, and insurance clients. Our tort and insurance clients range from individuals and small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, domestic and foreign insurers, as well as third party administrators.


We believe that to provide quality legal services, it is essential that we work with our clients to identify their goals and expectations to chart a course which will most efficiently and effectively achieve a satisfactory resolution of claims. From providing counsel and advice to clients in managing risk and minimizing exposure, to zealous representation through all phases of litigation, our team is dedicated to providing superior, cost effective service. Our attorneys and staff are proficient in the current technology utilized to stream-line communications and billing. We respect our clients' need for timely and concise reporting and evaluations, and strive to maintain a friendly but professional working relationship with others who service our clients needs. Our seasoned, skilled litigators share their experience and talent with our younger attorneys who are trained in all facets of litigation, commencing at the outset of their association with the firm.


The firm is regularly engaged in the representation of clients in the following tort and insurance matters:

  • Class action litigation;
  • Employment practices liability and worker's compensation;
  • Insurance coverage and bad faith litigation;
  • Mass torts, including toxic torts, catastrophic occurrences, pharmaceutical and environmental hazards;
  • Personal injury and property damage litigation, including product liability, trucking and automobile liability, premises liability, municipal liability, telecommunications, maritime, environmental and toxic tort;
  • Professional liability; and
  • Educational institutions and non-profits

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