Bradley J. Mortensen
Bradley Mortensen is a member of the firm.
He was a founding shareholder of his previous firm, where he was Chair of the Insurance Practices Department.
has represented insurance company clients in insurance coverage disputes since 1988.
The primary focus of his
practice is the representation of insurance companies in the litigation of coverage disputes, coverage analysis and the negotiation and resolution of intra-insurance company disputes.
Bradley's practice encompasses all third party liability Construction Defect Litigation, environmental and latent injury coverage matters, directors and officers liability, errors and omissions, first party property disputes, coverage matters and reinsurance litigation.
Bradley also has extensive experience in defending public entities in highway design, general liability and eminent domain cases.
is admitted to the Bars of the State of New York
and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as well as the United States District Courts for the Northern, Eastern and Southern District of New York and the Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of Pennsylvania.
has also appeared on behalf of clients in the courts of Alabama, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia and Wyoming.
A frequent speaker at professional conferences, Bradley
is often asked to speak on bad faith, allocation of loss and the complex interrelationship between, and the corresponding duties of, primary and excess carriers.
Bradley began his career as an attorney with the New York State Attorney General's Office.
After his initial service in the Real Property Bureau, Bradley spent six years as a trial attorney in the Claims Bureau of both the Albany and New York City Offices of the Attorney General.
In that capacity, he
defended the state in a variety of tort, contract and property matters, including medical malpractice, psychiatric malpractice, benefits liability, highway design defects, eminent domain and peace officer liability litigation.