October 18, 2016—BG&S LLP partner Allan S. Hollander presented at the 26th Annual New Jersey Anti-Fraud Insurance Seminar in Atlantic City in October. The presentation, “Use of a Declaratory Action,” focused on the importance of being aggressive with coverage disclaimers and choosing the appropriate claims and venues to file declaratory actions.
Hollander, who manages the accounts for two national insurance companies, has conducted multiple trials in defense litigation involving insurance fraud, premises liability, vehicular negligence, uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage, property damage, coverage analysis and No-Fault.
Hollander has an extensive background in conducting examinations under oath for medical provider investigations, uninsured motorist claims, property damage claims, and general insurance coverage. He has represented several insurance carriers in declaratory judgment actions and in affirmative actions to recoup No-Fault monies paid to fraudulently incorporated No-Fault medical clinics. He has been a guest lecturer at the National Insurance Crime Bureau, and routinely lectures at many national insurance companies.
Hollander was named as a Super Lawyer “Rising Star” in the Metro New York area in Insurance Coverage in 2014 and 2015 and was selected as a Top Attorney of North America in the 2015-2016 edition of The Who’s Who Directory. Prior to joining Bruno, Gerbino & Soriano, LLP., Hollander was a law secretary for a large insurance company, where he provided support for general liability claims, premises liability claims and did extensive work and research pertaining to bodily injury claims.
Hollander was admitted to practice in New Jersey in 2006, and New York in 2007. He was admitted in the United State District Court for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York in 2008.
He received a J.D. from the Touro Law Center in 2006 and a B.A in Political Science and Communications from the University of Pittsburgh in 2003.