Mat Ross is one of Wilson Elser’s senior New York trial partners who has extensive experience in state and federal courts and increasingly is brought in to serve as trial counsel on potentially high-exposure cases previously handled by other firms for insureds, insurers and excess insurers. Mat has tried approximately 115 cases and taken more than 35 verdicts. He focuses on the defense of construction accident claims under New York Labor Law and other high-exposure premises liability claims. Mat has a growing coverage practice representing insurers in connection with a variety of specialty risk insurance policies. In addition, he has experience defending professional liability, premises liability, premises security, toxic tort, employment and police/municipal liability matters.
In his areas of practice, Mat frequently lectures to domestic and London insurers, brokers and their insureds on topics such as “Overview of Construction/Labor Law Claims and Defenses,” Defending Economic Loss Claims,” “Underwriting Disability Policies for Professional Athletes” and “Overview of Product Contamination Recalls.” As a value-added service, Mat also presents frequently to construction site superintendents, safety personnel and others working in the field on strengthening risk management.
Prior to joining Wilson Elser, Mat served as an officer in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps at Fort Eustis, VA, where he was chief of the military justice branch as a criminal prosecutor and also handled cases in the labor/employment law branch.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mathew P. Ross