Raymond DeMeo

Raymond DeMeo

Ray DeMeo focuses his practice on insurance litigation and class action lawsuits, and has extensive experience supervising complex and high-exposure property and general liability insurance claims and litigation, including class action suits, domestically and internationally.

Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Ray was Assistant Vice President and Managing Counsel at Travelers Property Casualty Company, where he oversaw all commercial property insurance litigation nationwide, including bad faith lawsuits arising from property insurance claims. He directly supervised the World Trade Center property insurance litigation and oversaw all litigation arising from Hurricane Katrina.

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Texas Federal Court Holds Faulty Workmanship Exclusion Applies to All Damage Caused By Drilling Gear Malfunction, Rejects Insured’s Claim for Covered “Resulting Loss”

When does an excluded loss end and a covered “resulting loss” begin?  This thorny question was the subject of a recent decision out of the Southern District of Texas, EMS USA, Inc. v. The Travelers Lloyds Insurance Co.,  No. H-16-1443, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 54509 (S.D. Tex. Feb. 28, 2018),  adopted by EMS, USA, Inc. … Continue Reading

Report from June 2014 LEA Conference

Five members of Robinson & Cole’s Insurance Practice Group (Steve Goldman, Greg Varga, Kip Dwyer, John Malloy, and Ray DeMeo) attended the 83rd Spring Meeting & Educational Conference of the Loss Executives Association (LEA) in Boston, MA from June 11-13, 2014. The LEA is an organization dedicated to furthering the advancement and education of property … Continue Reading
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