Brian is a well-rounded practitioner, with involvement in personal injury litigation from automobile accidents, premises liability, and construction-based claims. His construction litigation experience also includes defect and breach of contract claims. He has defended uninsured and under insured matters, and has provided many coverage opinions to insurance carriers over the course of his career.
Fortified with over 25 years of experience in the muscle/collector car hobby, and combined with his litigation skills, Brian has efficiently and effectively investigated and litigated insurance claims suspected to be fraudulent involving such vehicles. His knowledge, experience and efforts have resulted in the complete withdrawal of these types of claims, including theft claims for vehicles ranging from $10,000 to $80,000. Achieving such results lead to his involvement in other fraud/SIU matters, such as claims for personal and real property including vehicles, jewelry, dwellings and firearms allegedly caused by theft, arson or accident.
Brian has successfully argued in Superior Court in litigation involving Personal Injury Protection (PIP) subrogation, as to whether an insurance carrier in one state can subrogate against a tortfeasor in another state for PIP payments made.
Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Temple University School of Law
Moore & Riemenschneider, LLC, 2006-2012
Robert J. Casey, Jr., & Associates, 2001-2006