Jordan M. Rubinstein counsels insurance companies across the country on critical coverage issues, including advising on healthcare provider policies. He understands his clients’ obligations and goals, and works creatively with his clients to meet and achieve them.
For nearly his entire legal career, Jordan has provided legal advice to insurance companies. Primarily focused on policies issued to healthcare providers, Jordan regularly works with clients to answer coverage questions that arise in policies issued to psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, ambulatory centers, independent hospitals and hospital systems.
He repeatedly is asked to provide advice on a variety of policies, including for professional liability, directors and officers, general liability, miscellaneous liability and excess coverage.
Because of his extensive experience in the field, Jordan efficiently and accurately dissects policies and identifies and addresses coverage issues. He regularly advises clients on rescission issues arising from misrepresentations made in insurance applications submitted by psychologists, psychiatrists and social workers.
He often works directly with insureds and claimants to resolve issues in informal and formal settings, such as settlement conferences and mediations. If a dispute cannot be resolved through compromise, Jordan zealously represents his clients in coverage litigation.
For more than 10 years, Jordan has represented a single-line risk retention group that issues errors and omissions policies to title insurance agents, escrow agents and abstractors. Through his work with this client, Jordan has experienced all aspects of the insurance industry and gained invaluable experience adjusting and resolving claims.
Representative Matters :
- Assisted a client in resolving high-exposure claims arising out of the meningitis outbreak traced back to New England Compounding Center that resulted in numerous fatalities and thousands of illnesses across the country.
- Obtained summary judgment in a coverage case in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska involving the application of a policy’s “related claim” provision.
- Secured summary judgment in a coverage dispute in New York Supreme Court that concerned the claims-made and report-notice provisions of the policy and the policy’s extended reporting period.
- Negotiated settlements nationwide with respect to claims ranging from de minimus amounts to six figures for a risk retention group.
- American University, Washington College of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2003, Staff, American University Law Review
- University of Wisconsin, B.B.A., with distinction, 2000
COURT ADMISSIONS :
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
BAR ADMISSIONS : District of Columbia, New York.
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