David H. Timmins

Partner, Litigation
Dallas
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4720 f 214.999.3720
dtimmins@gardere.com

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David Timmins is an analytical and experienced insurance coverage trial lawyer. He represents global insurance carriers in environmental and other commercial insurance and reinsurance disputes throughout the country. David provides strategic evaluations of complex issues and designs a plan for resolution, frequently working with internal or existing counsel, often in cases that have grown in complexity or exposure.

David monitors and counsels clients on many different insurance coverage issues, such as the expansion of bad faith liability, allocation of liabilities among multiple policies, and changes in the political and regulatory climate. Representing insurance companies coast to coast, David's experience encompasses virtually every kind of claim, policy type and coverage, including hurricane and other weather-related claims, personal injuries, environmental liabilities, construction defects, reinsurance disputes and many more.

David's open and candid approach, through frequent and responsive communications, allows clients to have confidence in his analysis.  David's clients include:

  • AIG Specialty Insurance Co.
  • AIG Warranty Services of Florida
  • CNA Insurance Cos.
  • GLOBAL Reinsurance Corp.
  • Houston General Insurance Co.
  • International Insurance Co.
  • New Hampshire Insurance Co.
  • Riverstone Claims Management

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