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Library of California Insurance Defense Forms

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180+ model documents covering preliminary matters through ADR & trial, with sample letters, demands, pleadings, motions, certifications, interrogatories, settlement agreements, briefs & more.

Library of California Insurance Defense Forms is a library of more than 180 model documents. Included are author practice tips and a CD of forms, allowing for easy drafting and editing of Word documents. Library of California Insurance Defense Forms is designed to guide attorneys through the process from preliminary matters through ADR and trial, with sample letters, demands,  pleadings, motions, certifications, interrogatories, settlement agreements, briefs and other trial documents. Written by R. Wardell Loveland, Randolph S. Hicks, Richard G. Grotch, and Hyon M. Kientzy,the book is reflective of the expertise accrued through years of successful litigation.

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Volumes 0
Product Types Books
Brand The Recorder (CA)
Publication Date September 30, 2013
Jurisdiction California
ISBN 978-1-57625-580-3
Page Count 0
Edition 1
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Hyon M. Kientzy

Ms. Kientzy is a Member of Coddington, Hicks & Danforthin Redwood City, California.  Her practice focuses primarily upon insurance related matters, ranging from coverage, bad faith, advice and counseling upon best practices, and regulatory compliance.  Over the last decade, she has developed a sophisticated practice defending complex/class actions involving allegations of institutional bad faith, fraud, and unfair business practices.  She has been involved in numerous bench and jury trials and matters before the Courts of Appeal.  Ms. Kientzy has also given many seminars and presentations to attorneys and other professionals on topics pertaining to claims handling and regulatory matters.

Ms. Kientzy received her undergraduate degrees in Political Science and History from UCLA in 1997 and received her J.D. from the Santa Clara University School of Law in 2000.  She has been with Coddington, Hicks & Danforth her entire career.

R. Wardell Loveland

Mr. Loveland is a Member of the law firm of Coddington, Hicks & Danforth in Redwood City, California.  His practice involves a broad spectrum of litigation and insurance services. In the area of litigation, Mr. Loveland represents defendants in class action suits, insurers in insurance fraud and bad faith actions, and insureds in personal injury actions. Mr. Loveland also advises and defends insurers in regulatory matters, provides advice and training to claims and general counsel personnel, and advises general counsel of insurance companies regarding business practices.

Mr. Loveland has represented insurers since the day he was admitted to practice in 1987. He has tried to verdict numerous bad faith matters, many involving fraud, and has successfully argued several insurance cases before appellate courts. He has drafted proposed legislation, regulations in the areas of claims handling and representation of insureds. He has been an invited speaker on the topics of insurance fraud and bad faith over 40 times in his career.

Mr. Loveland graduated with an A.B. in English from Princeton University in 1981. He obtained his law degree from Boston College Law School in 1986. Mr. Loveland has been with Coddington, Hicks & Danforth since 1989.

Randolph S Hicks

Mr. Hicks has spent his entire legal career at the firm of Coddington, Hicks & Danforth in Redwood City, California.  He handles a wide variety of complex tort, commercial and insurance litigation and has tried numerous cases to jury verdict in both the state and federal courts.  His practice focuses on aviation, insurance coverage, insurance bad faith, product liability and business litigation. 

As an adjunct to his litigation practice, Mr. Hicks advises and trains insurers and their attorneys on coverage and insurance claims handling issues.  He has written several articles on insurance coverage and insurance bad faith issues and has spoken at many insurance and defense attorney sponsored seminars and events.

For many years, Mr. Hicks has been recognized as a California Super Lawyer, an honor bestowed on the top five percent of California attorneys.  He has been elected to be a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates.  For six years, he served on the Board of Directors of the Association of Defense Counsel of Northern California and Nevada, and for three years was the co-editor of the Defense Comment magazine.  He also served for four years on the Complex Civil Litigation Committee of the San Mateo County Superior Court which designed and implemented the court’s Complex Civil Litigation Program.

Richard G. Grotch

Mr. Grotch is a Member of the law firm of Coddington, Hicks& Danforth in Redwood City, California. Although he represents clients in a wide array of personal and business disputes, Mr. Grotch specializes in aviation, products liability and civil rights litigation as well as appellate matters. Particularly in connection with legal issues arise in airline claims and litigation, Mr. Grotch serves as national counsel for a number of major domestic air carriers, representing clients, assisting in airline litigation throughout the nation and in foreign jurisdictions and provides counsel and guidance in matters of policy and risk management.

Mr. Grotch graduated with an A.B. in History and Political Science from the University of California, Davis in 1983.  He obtained his law degree from the University of California Hastings College of the Law in 1986. Mr. Grotch has been with Coddington, Hicks & Danforth since 1987.

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