Matthew J. Schroeder

Partner, Litigation
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4541 f 214.999.3541

Matt Schroeder represents major insurance companies in litigation with significant exposure claims that pose extreme risk of loss to the company. He and his close-knit team not only advise insurance companies on the policy coverage issues and disputes at hand, but also on overall environmental regulatory compliance and preventive measures to avoid similar disputes and mitigate risks in the future. Matt’s practice is primarily focused on coverage issues related to environmental risk policies, but his experience includes counseling insurance companies on a wide variety of insurance policies and risks, including commercial general liability, workers compensation and reinsurance.

A unique aspect of Matt’s practice is the pursuit of subrogation recoveries under CERCLA on insurance companies’ behalves, seeking redress from other potentially responsible parties who may have caused or otherwise contributed to the environmental contamination. Some of his recent subrogation lawsuits have included claims against the U.S. government for its role in contaminating munitions sites.

Having a truly national practice, Matt and his team are in state and federal courts from New York and New Jersey through the Midwest to California. On top of insurance litigation, the team also handles international and U.S. arbitrations.

Matt is known by his clients as highly responsive, as well as committed to understanding their individual needs to ensure that he and his team deliver top-quality results.

Recent clients include:

  • AIG Inc.
  • American Home Assurance
  • AIG Specialty Insurance Co. (fka American International Specialty Lines Insurance Co.)
  • Fischbach LLC
  • Global Reinsurance Corp. of America
  • Lexington Insurance Co.
  • Lloyds of London
  • National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa.
  • Natkin & Company
  • Signal Metal Industries

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