Attorney Profile

Michael A. Troisi

Partner

Michael A. Troisi represents insurance companies across the country in coverage lawsuits, frequently involving allegations of bad faith seeking extra-contractual damages.

A partner in Rivkin Radler’s Insurance Coverage and Compliance, Investigations & White Collar Practice Groups, Michael handles a wide range of first-party and property insurance issues, particularly in cases involving arson and fraud.  His experience includes the investigation and defense of all types of fraudulent property claims, and he has tried these cases to verdict.

Michael regularly counsels insurers during the investigative stage of claims and has conducted hundreds of examinations under oath.

In addition, Michael counsels and represents insurers in a number of emerging areas that impact the property insurance industry.  He has been at the forefront of the coverage issues relating to investor frauds and Ponzi schemes. Michael has been called on by national insurers to assist them in analyzing coverage issues unique to these types of claims.

Also, as a result of the recent mortgage fraud crisis, Michael is routinely asked to provide coverage analyses on complex matters involving claims of mortgagees and other lien holders, and the impact of foreclosure on a mortgagee’s right to recover under the policy.  In this area, he has assisted insurers by drafting guidelines and procedures for the proper handling of mortgagee claims.  Michael also is actively involved in assisting insurers with the handling of claims and suits for first-party property coverage related to Superstorm Sandy.

Michael often presents seminars to clients and the insurance industry at large on matters relating to the proper handling and investigation of first-party property claims, as well as issues relating to coverage and policy interpretation.

The Insurance Coverage Practice Group since 2016 has been included in the Chambers USA directory in the Insurance: Dispute Resolution: Insurer category. In addition, the group is included in the 2016 Best’s Directory of Recommended Insurance Attorneys.

Before entering private practice, Michael was a prosecutor in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, New York, where he successfully investigated and tried numerous felony and misdemeanor cases to verdict.

P: (516) 357-3158
F: (516) 357-3333

926 RXR Plaza
Uniondale, NY 11556-0926

Bar Admission

New York

Court Admissions

United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York

Bar Affiliations

American Bar Association’s Property Law Committee

Education

Temple University School of Law, Juris Doctor

University of Hartford, B.A., cum laude

Michael A. Troisi

Partner

Michael A. Troisi represents insurance companies across the country in coverage lawsuits, frequently involving allegations of bad faith seeking extra-contractual damages.

A partner in Rivkin Radler’s Insurance Coverage and Compliance, Investigations & White Collar Practice Groups, Michael handles a wide range of first-party and property insurance issues, particularly in cases involving arson and fraud.  His experience includes the investigation and defense of all types of fraudulent property claims, and he has tried these cases to verdict.

Michael regularly counsels insurers during the investigative stage of claims and has conducted hundreds of examinations under oath.

In addition, Michael counsels and represents insurers in a number of emerging areas that impact the property insurance industry.  He has been at the forefront of the coverage issues relating to investor frauds and Ponzi schemes. Michael has been called on by national insurers to assist them in analyzing coverage issues unique to these types of claims.

Also, as a result of the recent mortgage fraud crisis, Michael is routinely asked to provide coverage analyses on complex matters involving claims of mortgagees and other lien holders, and the impact of foreclosure on a mortgagee’s right to recover under the policy.  In this area, he has assisted insurers by drafting guidelines and procedures for the proper handling of mortgagee claims.  Michael also is actively involved in assisting insurers with the handling of claims and suits for first-party property coverage related to Superstorm Sandy.

Michael often presents seminars to clients and the insurance industry at large on matters relating to the proper handling and investigation of first-party property claims, as well as issues relating to coverage and policy interpretation.

The Insurance Coverage Practice Group since 2016 has been included in the Chambers USA directory in the Insurance: Dispute Resolution: Insurer category. In addition, the group is included in the 2016 Best’s Directory of Recommended Insurance Attorneys.

Before entering private practice, Michael was a prosecutor in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, New York, where he successfully investigated and tried numerous felony and misdemeanor cases to verdict.

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