Attorney Christopher Jantzen leads our insurance litigation team with over 35 years of experience in the area of insurance claims litigation for both companies and individuals. The attorneys of Jantzen and Associates, P.C., provide coverage analysis and claims defense litigation for regional and national insurance companies.

Our experience and leadership in the area of policy analysis and coverage defense put us in a position to work with insurance carriers from initial investigation and analysis through trial and appeal, if necessary.

We Detect And Defend You From Bad Claims

We also specialize in Special Investigations Unit (SIU) work and have a specialty in detecting fraudulent claims and defending against these. Our lead attorney, Christopher Jantzen, has been recognized as a Massachusetts Super Lawyer by Super Lawyer Magazine in the field of insurance litigation in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

He and his associates can help with all types of policy coverage matters, including:

  • Personal injury claims defense
  • Fraudulent claims investigation and litigation; SIU
  • Homeowners policy coverage analysis and defense
  • Commercial insurance coverage analysis
  • Auto insurance claims defense
  • Bad faith/93A insurance litigation defense

When insurance companies need in-depth analysis and coverage litigation, they turn to us.

How Our Firm Can Benefit Yours

For years now, we have helped many insurance companies navigate coverage analysis and claims defense. Our lawyers can provide your firm with trusted counsel when it comes to claims disputes and litigation. Operating out of our Boston office, we work locally and throughout eastern Massachusetts. To learn more about how our familiarity with this region can benefit your firm, reach out to us today.

Call 617-457-1919 to arrange an initial no-cost consultation with one of our experienced Boston insurance claim litigation attorneys today. You may also contact us online or send us a fax outlining your firm's needs.

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