Laura M. Zulick represents clients in insurance disputes in state and federal courts nationwide. As a member of the firm’s Insurance Practice Group, Laura regularly counsels life insurers in connection with underwriting issues, policy administration and death claims. She has assisted large life insurer clients to investigate and successfully challenge hundreds of millions of dollars in life insurance policies that were tainted by fraud or lacked an insurable interest at inception. She’s helped these clients retain millions of dollars in premium. Laura also has experience investigating suspect brokers, BGAs and their books of business.
Laura devotes a significant portion of her practice to representing long term care insurers in claims-related litigation. She counsels clients in LTC matters involving fraud, misstatement of age, medical misrepresentations, alternative care agreements, policy lapses and other coverage disputes. Laura currently serves as an officer of the Long Term Care International Forum and provides counsel to the industry on combating fraud.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Laura M. Zulick