Sarah J. Delaney is a long-time member of Goldberg Segalla’s Global Insurance Services team.
Her practice concentration is on insurance coverage analysis and litigation, professional liability, and appellate practice. Sarah’s coverage experience covers a very broad range, including life, health and disability; bad faith; personal and advertising injury; intentional torts; pollution claims; aviation and fraud.
She handles all aspects of insurance litigation and provides complex coverage analysis. Sarah also assists large domestic and multi-national companies in assessing insurance needs and implementing risk management programs.
Sarah graduated Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude from the State University of New York at Buffalo and was a governmental law center fellow and publications editor of the Human Rights Law Review while in law school.
She has lectured and presented on a number of topics relating to insurance coverage, including social media, insurance coverage for the trucking industry, insurance coverage for construction operations, and comparative analysis of insurance coverage issues in the Northeast states.
Sarah is editor of CaseWatch: Insurance, Goldberg Segalla’s monthly insurance coverage newsletter, as well as publisher of the firm’s Life, Health, Disability, and ERISA Quarterly newsletter and a regular contributor to the firm’s Legal Update.
She is also an editor of the DRI Life, Health, Disability, and ERISA Committee compendium The Law of Life Insurance: Key Issues in All 50 States, and the co-author of “Mergers and Acquisitions Insurance,” New Appleman on Insurance Law, Library Edition (2011).
- Defense Research Institute
- New York State Bar Association: Torts, Insurance and Compensation Law Section
- State University of New York at Buffalo School of law, J.D., 1999 (Government Law Center Fellow; Human Rights Law Review, Publications Editor)
- State University of New York at Buffalo, B.A. magna cum laude, 1995
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