David G. Jordan focuses his practice on complex insurance coverage matters including defective constructions, loss of use and business interruption claims, workers compensation, professional liability, insurer insolvencies and London Market Schemes of Arrangement. He has extensive experience with matters involving unique fact patterns where creative thinking and novel arguments are required.
Most notably, in a significant victory for construction industry policyholders in the state of Connecticut, Dave successfully argued before the Connecticut Supreme Court resulting in a landmark decision holding that property damage to a construction project caused by defective work can be considered an "occurrence" under the law.
Dave frequently collaborates with insurance brokerage firms to present educational lectures and webinars on various topics and has written and co-authored a number of articles and other publications on evolving issues in insurance law.
While in law school, Dave was an Executive Editor of the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal. He and his family currently reside in Cromwell, Connecticut.