Timothy Larsen

Timothy Larsen

Timothy Larsen is a member of Robinson+Cole’s Insurance + Reinsurance Group. He focuses his practice on liability and property insurance coverage matters as well as complex insurance and reinsurance issues.

Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Mr. Larsen was a certified legal intern in the Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice, Danbury Judicial District, where he assisted with cases involving insurance fraud, assault, murder, and larceny. He was also a summer associate at Robinson+Cole. While attending law school, Mr. Larsen served as articles editor of the Connecticut Law Review and represented clients as a member of the University of Connecticut’s Intellectual Property Clinic.

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Work Product and Attorney-Client Privilege Concerning Documents Drafted Prior To Litigation: Eastern District Of New York Finds Insurer’s Documents Are Not Discoverable

Insurers retain outside counsel during claim investigations for a variety of reasons, including, among others, providing coverage advice, assisting in reviewing and responding to communications with insureds that have legal implications, and providing settlement recommendations. When coverage disputes arise, policyholders often seek the production of these pre-suit communications, arguing that outside counsel was merely performing … Continue Reading

District of Connecticut Reaffirms That Definition Of “Collapse” Is Unambiguous

The United States District Court for the District of Connecticut recently reaffirmed its ruling that the term “collapse,” as defined by a homeowners insurance policy, is unambiguous and that the policy in question did not provide coverage for the alleged “cracking” and/or “bulging” of the insureds’ foundation walls.  In Alexander v. Gen. Ins. Co. of … Continue Reading
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