Nov 26, 2019
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Insurance policyholders reasonably expect that their insurance company will treat them fairly. Insurance companies violate the law when they put their own interests over those of their policyholders.
Brendan represents insurance policyholders in class action lawsuits against insurance companies who systematically cheat their insureds. Brendan also represents individual insurance policyholders against insurance companies that wrongfully refuse to pay claims or otherwise take advantage of their insureds.
FDPK’s consumer class action practice group fights unlawful, deceptive and abusive business practices. As part of this team, Brendan represents consumers against illegal business practices in a variety of industries as diverse as home mortgage lending, health insurance and retail sales.
A lifelong resident of the Pittsburgh area, Brendan currently resides on Pittsburgh’s North Side. An active member of the community, Brendan currently serves as the Corresponding Secretary for the Brighton Heights Citizens Federation.
Brendan received his J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he graduated magna cum laude. While in law school, Brendan served as an Associate and Managing Editor of the Journal of Law and Commerce, and had an article published in Volume 21.2 of the Journal. Brendan obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh, graduating magna cum laude. As an undergrad, Brendan participated as a member of the William Pitt Debate Union.
Before joining Feinstein Doyle Payne & Kravec, LLC, Brendan worked as an associate at two Pittsburgh law firms, as well as an Assistant Solicitor in the City of Pittsburgh’s Law Department.