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Lindsay B. Andreuzzi

Of Counsel

Lindsay has an extensive background in insurance coverage and bad faith law and focuses her litigation practice on advising and defending personal, commercial and surplus line insurers in complex insurance coverage matters and allegations of bad faith claims handling. Lindsay has tried and arbitrated numerous coverage and extracontractual cases in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Government Service
  • Honorable Robert H. Cleland, Eastern District of Michigan, (clerkship)
Speaking Engagements
  • "Litigating the Insurance Bad Faith Claim," Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) CLE Seminar, Philadelphia, PA, December 2017 (faculty member)
  • "The International Act Exclusion and Insurance Bad Faith," Pennsylvania Council Day of the International Association of Insurance Professionals, Harrisburg, PA, October 2017 (co-presenter)
  • "Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith in Pennsylvania," Insurance Society of Philadelphia CLE, Philadelphia, May 2016 (co-presenter)
  • “22nd Annual Auto Law Update: Bad Faith Update,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia October 2015 (presenter)
  • “The Latest in Bad Faith,” Publications/Insurance Coverage & Bad Faith Issues: Course Materials, Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 22nd Annual Auto Law Seminar, October 2015 (co-author)
  • “A Day on Personal Injury,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, August 2015 (presenter)
  • "An Update on Bad Faith Law in Pennsylvania," Dispute Resolution Institute's (DRI) 17th Annual Personal Injury Potpourri Seminar, Philadelphia, April 2015 (presenter)
  • “Litigating the Insurance Bad Faith Case,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, April 2014 (panel member)
Publications

Books and Treatises

  • “Recent Developments, Insurance Bad Faith in Pennsylvania,” PA Bar Institute Litigating the Insurance Bad Faith Claim Seminar, Course Materials, December 2015 (co-author)
  • "Auto Law Update: Pennsylvania Bad Faith,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 21st Annual Auto Law Seminar, Course Materials, October 2014 (co-author)
  • Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey, ALM, Fourth Edition 2017 (co-author with Richard L. McMonigle, Jr.)
  • Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey, ALM, Third Edition, 2015 (co-author with Richard L. McMonigle, Jr.)
  • Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey, ALM, Second Edition, 2014 (co-author with Richard L. McMonigle, Jr.)

Insurance and Bad Faith Issues

  • “2015 Update on the Law of Bad Faith,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute Personal Injury Seminar, Course Materials, August 2015 (co-author)
  • "After 25 Years, Bad-Faith Statute Still Challenging Attorneys," The Legal Intelligencer - Insurance Law Supplement, August 2015 (co-author)
  • "2014 Update on the Law of Bad Faith,” Pa. Bar Institute Bad Faith Seminar, Course Materials, April 2014 (co-author)
  • "Insurance Bad Faith in Pennsylvania 2013," Pennsylvania Bar Institute's 17th Annual Insurance Institute, Course Materials, April 2013 (co-author)
  • "Auto Law Update: Bad Faith," Pennsylvania Bar Institute Auto Law Update, October 2012 (co-author with Richard L. McMonigle, Jr. and Steven J. Schildt)
  • "Discovery Issues in Pennsylvania Bad Faith Litigation," Pennsylvania Bar Institute's 16th Annual Insurance Institute, May 2012 (co-author with Richard L. McMonigle, Jr.)
  • "Auto Law Update: Bad Faith," Pennsylvania Bar Institute Auto Law Update, October 2011 (co-author with Richard L. McMonigle, Jr. and Steven J. Schildt)
  • "Update on the Law of Insurance Bad Faith," Pennsylvania Bar Institute Tort Law Update, CLE, Down the Shore, August 2011 (co-author with Richard L. McMonigle, Jr.)

  • Corley v. Nat'l Indem. Co., 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 52017 (E.D. Pa., Apr. 18, 2016) and 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 124538 (E.D. Pa. Sept. 9, 2016)
    Successful representation of a commercial auto insurer in bifurcating plaintiff’s bad faith claim and staying all discovery pending resolution of the UIM contract claim.
  • Tubman v. USAA Cas. Ins. Co., 943 F. Supp. 2d 525 (E.D. Pa. 2013)
    Dismissal obtained of extra-contractual claims against auto insurer alleging breach of fiduciary duty, breach of common law bad faith, and violation of Pennsylvania's Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law.