Cohan PLLC’s clients include insurance companies, Fortune 500 companies, and some of the largest hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. Cohan PLLC defends self-insured entities and individuals and entities that are insured by our clients under a wide range of policies. Additionally, Cohan PLLC provides coverage counseling, litigation, and arbitration services in matters involving the scope of general liability insurance.

General Liability

Cohan PLLC represents insureds, and self-insured entities, named as defendants in personal injury matters ranging in complexity from slip-and-falls through high-risk lawsuits involving serious, debilitating injuries. Cohan PLLC is committed to bringing value to clients by offering creative, timely, and strategic advice to help solve complex legal issues and achieve our client’s goals.

Cohan PLLC has significant experience defending claims of personal injury and wrongful death in premises liability, negligent security, transportation claims, workplace accidents, product liability matters, and other types of claims made against businesses. When a lawsuit threatens the financial stability and reputation of your business, Cohan PLLC will aggressively defend your interests.

We also assist clients with the construction and interpretation of commercial general liability (CGL) policies, counseling them and litigating on their behalf. In this capacity, we address issues related to the duties to defend and indemnify, the scope of occurrence-based coverage, and bad faith claims.

Bad Faith Litigation

Cohan PLLC has experience handling bad faith litigation. We have represented leading insurance companies in bad faith litigation in state and federal courts, and we can devise and help implement creative strategies for minimizing or eliminating exposure to extra-contractual liability.


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