Chip focuses his legal practice on representing insurance companies, their insureds and self-insured corporations in various types of complex litigation. Chip’s representative matters include defending claims involving wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury, automobile/trucking accidents and uninsured motorist claims, as well as construction defects and accident liability.
Chip has extensive experience litigating claims in a variety of practices including employment and labor and products and premises liability. His practice includes handling executive and professional liability matters including those related to legal, accounting, real estate and insurance, condominium association errors and omissions claims, as well as those in financial and education institutions. Chip also handles hospitality issues including food borne illness, cases involving product recall, and client matters related to physical abuse.
- Tuccio Development, Inc. v. Neumann, 114 Conn.App. 123, 968 A.2d 956 (Conn.App., 2009)
- Acadia Ins. Co. v. American Crushing & Recycling, LLC, 475 F.Supp.2d 168 (D.Conn., 2007)
- Tiso v. Blumenthal, 371 F.Supp.2d 135 (D.Conn., 2005)