Miles K. Karson, Contributing Editor

For the last 14 years, Mr. Karson has practiced in the area of insurance recovery law, where he resolved numerous coverage disputes for corporate policyholders through mediation, negotiated settlements and litigation. His experience involves disputes seeking coverage under various types of Property and Liability insurance policies, including D&O, E&O, EPLI, and First-party Property policies. His numerous successful recoveries include recoveries for FCPA investigations, FTC investigations, employee dishonesty and fraud, employment discrimination, business interruption, toxic torts, environmental damage, advertising injury, and bad faith. His insurance coverage matters include arbitrations, mediations and cases pending or litigated throughout the United States. Mr. Karson’s practice also includes advising clients on the negotiation of policy wording on renewals and overall insurance risk management strategies. Prior to joining Miller Friel, Mr. Karson practiced at two of the nation’s leading law firms.

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    • Five Things You Need To Know About Excess Insurance Policies

        In this video Miller Friel attorney Miles Karson discusses the five most important excess insurance policy issues that every corporate policyholder should consider.  Excess insurance is not always given proper consideration, because, after all, most excess policies “follow form” to primary insurance.  Conventional insurance wisdom says, if primary insurance language is great, then excess . . . +More

    • How to Have Your Cake and Eat it Too: Settling with Primary and Excess Insurance Carriers — Part 1

      Understanding how excess insurance responds once underlying insurance policies have been settled is one of the most important and least understood areas of insurance coverage law today.  The primary-excess settlement issue is present in most any claim that triggers more than one policy layer.  When faced with considerable liability, primary insurance carriers often want out.  . . . +More

    • How to Have Your Cake and Eat it Too: Settling with Primary and Excess Insurance Carriers — Part 2

      Last week on the Miller Friel Insurance Recovery Blog, attorney Miles Karson introduced a three part “how to” series on best practices for settling with primary and excess insurance carriers.  The series focuses on how excess insurance coverage language impacts potential settlements with underlying carriers when settlement amounts paid by the underlying insurance carrier are . . . +More