Charles J. Jesuit, Jr. focuses his practice on complex insurance coverage litigation involving first-party property insurance claims, as well as the defense of bad faith claims against insurers. Chuck has extensive experience representing clients in state and federal courts in coverage disputes under commercial property policies and high net worth homeowners insurance policies. He frequently assists clients in large losses involving property damage and time element claims arising out of catastrophic events, including claims arising from fire, hurricane, flood, earth movement, and civil unrest.
Chuck also regularly advises insurers investigating suspected fraudulent insurance claims. During these investigations, he routinely conducts examinations under oath of insureds.
Additionally, Chuck has significant experience representing clients in litigation concerning third-party coverage for construction defect, environmental, general liability, and professional liability claims. He also represents clients in state insurance insolvency proceedings.
Chuck writes articles and white papers on emerging insurance coverage issues arising out of catastrophic losses, as well as bad faith. He also frequently speaks on these topics at in-house client seminars.
Chuck graduated with honors and distinction from The Pennsylvania State University in 2000 and was a Schreyer Honors College Scholar. He received his law degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2003, where he was a Law Faculty Scholar.