Timothy M. Strong is an experienced litigator who focuses on insurance coverage, bad faith, and class actions. He has obtained favorable dispositions of many significant insurance cases. His broad insurance practice includes both personal and commercial lines, including directors and officers liability (D&O), builders risk, and workers’ compensation.
Tim also advises insurers regarding complex claim-handling and coverage decisions. He regularly defends and provides advice to insurers regarding allegations of institutionally improper claim-handling practices and use of claim-evaluation software.
As a complement to his insurance practice, Tim handles a variety of other complex commercial disputes, which have included matters involving the consumer retail, car audio, mechanical engineering, construction, and commercial real estate industries.
His work in this realm has included significant contract and real-property disputes; tort actions, including claims of fraud, negligence, defamation, interference with contractual relations, trespass, and various theories of strict liability; and complex statutory claims including False Claims Act matters.
- J.D., Harvard Law School, 1996, cum laude
- B.A., Brigham Young University, 1993, summa cum laude, Valedictorian, College of Social Sciences and Department of Economics, Economics
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