Kunz, Plitt, Hyland & Demlong
In a court of law the voice of reason is never alone
As every insurance carrier is aware, mold has become a universal consideration in property insurance claims. The attorneys of Kunz, Plitt, Hyland & Demlong routinely assist companies with the complexities of mold insurance coverage and mold remediation issues, providing claim investigations, taking examinations under oath, answering coverage questions, and authoring routine coverage opinions.
Though often found in conjunction with homeowner insurance or general liability insurance, mold has become its own area of coverage. Nearly every claim of property loss has a corresponding mold claim, particularly those involving flooding, leaks, or fire.
Authoritative Knowledge of Mold Coverage
At Kunz, Plitt, Hyland & Demlong, one of our chief responsibilities is to remain at the forefront of all matters relating to insurance coverage. To serve clients, we must not only keep abreast of all legal issues attendant to mold claims; we must also have a proficient knowledge of mold and of the medicine of mold.
We do more than follow trends in mold and insurance coverage law. Our firm's coverage practice is a virtual think tank. Every year we bring in 20 law students on Couch fellowships to devote their energy full-time to analyzing coverage issues and trends throughout the United States.
Experience in Both Coverage Issues and Litigation
We have the ability to contribute to changes in insurance law. Few lawyers can boast both authoritative knowledge of insurance coverage issues and extensive experience litigating insurance disputes. Kunz, Plitt, Hyland & Demlong attorneys have worked as defense lawyers for insurance companies, litigating the same underlying issues that arise in their current practice.
Contact our lawyers anytime to discuss how we can handle your mold insurance coverage matters.
Our attorneys regularly assist clients with both insurance coverage and defense throughout the southwestern United States, including those in communities such as Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson, and Mesa, Arizona; Las Vegas, Nevada; Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico; Colorado Springs and Denver, Colorado; and Salt Lake City, Utah.