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Adam G. Cohen is a partner at the firm. He received his undergraduate degree from Clark University (B.A., Business Management, cum laude, 1988) and earned his law degree from Suffolk University Law School (J.D. 1991). His practice focuses in the areas of property and casualty insurance claims, insurance coverage issues, business and commercial disputes, premises liability, products liability and surety/construction matters. He represents commercial entities, insurers and their insureds, and self-insureds. Mr. Cohen has extensive trial, arbitration, and appellate experience with an emphasis on first- and third-party insurance defense matters. Prior to joining Davids & Cohen, Mr. Cohen was a partner at Cetrulo & Capone, where he had practiced since 1996.
Mr. Cohen is admitted to the state and federal bars of both Massachusetts and New Hampshire, as well as the First Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He has lectured at a Boston Bar Association Symposium on reinsurance issues, an MCLE seminar entitled the Mold Muddle, and at a trucking industry seminar on safety issues.He recently authored a chapter on all facets of statutory interest for an MCLE book entitled Damages in Massachusetts Litigation, as well as a chapter pertaining to preparation of a case from the defendant’s perspective for an upcoming MCLE publication. He co-authored an article entitled Subrogation Actions Against Other Financial Institutions for a Defense Research Institute Monograph. He was also named a Rising Star in both the May 2005 and May 2006 Super Lawyers editions of Boston Magazine, which recognizes the top 2.5% of all lawyers in Massachusetts under the age of 40. Mr. Cohen is a member of the American Bar Association, Claims & Litigation Management Alliance, and Boston Association of Claims Executives and sits on the Advisory Board of Pitching In For Kids, a Boston-based charitable organization.
Druan v. Stop & Shop Supermarket Co., 2002 Mass. App. Div. 206, 2002 WL 31781154; Narcisse v. Stop & Shop Supermarkets, 2002 Mass. App. Div. 59, 2002 WL 481019; American Employers' Ins. Co. v. Swiss Reinsurance America Corp., 275 F. Supp. 2d 29 (D. Mass. 2003).