INSURANCE DEFENSE, DISPUTES & BAD FAITH2020-08-19T09:35:09-05:00

Insurance Defense, Coverage Disputes,
& Bad Faith

The attorneys at Riess LeMieux have extensive experience in many areas of insurance law, including CGL, auto, workers’ compensation, property, builder’s risk, OCIP and CCIP, and umbrella/excess insurance.  Our attorneys counsel insurance companies and other firm clients on the rights and obligations of the parties under applicable policies.  We also regularly litigate issues relating to coverage and liability on behalf of Firm clients.  For our construction clients, we often provide counsel on the coverages available to protect their interests on any given project or venture, such as OCIP and CCIP wrap-up programs.  You can rely on our firm for guidance through all types of concerns in any area of insurance, including:

  • Business disputes
  • Product liability
  • Construction 
  • Premises liability
  • Employment matters 
  • Property damage
  • Personal injury 
  • CGL coverage
  • Builder’s risk
  • OCIP and CCIP
  • Automobile and trucking accidents
  • Toxic torts
  • Fire and explosion

Whether you need an advocate with extensive courtroom experience, a skilled negotiator, or an insurance coverage opinion, the Riess LeMieux team is able to provide  the support you need.

Recent News

Riess LeMieux Welcomes M. Ali Barnes to the Firm

Riess LeMieux is pleased to welcome Ali Barnes to the firm.  Ali brings to the firm experience in construction law, commercial litigation, employment and labor law, transactional law, and insurance law.  She has previously served as a prosecutor and as an Assistant City Attorney in Mobile, Alabama.  She also has worked for a family business on complex estate, trust, and insurance matters.

Riess LeMieux Welcomes Patrick “Trey” Talley to the Firm

Riess LeMieux is pleased to welcome Patrick "Trey" Talley to the firm. Trey is a recent graduate from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University and also has a Structural Engineering degree from Clemson University. The firm is excited about his technical experience that will allow him to assist in advising clients on construction-related issues.

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