Kenan G. Loomis is the managing partner of the firm’s Atlanta Office. He regularly litigates and advises clients on issues pertaining to commercial general liability, property, and casualty insurance. This includes first and third party claims relating to various coverage issues, construction defect, and bad faith. He also defends insureds under commercial, property and aviation policies.
Kenan’s experience extends to litigation and contractual matters pertaining to the health, life, accident and disability insurance industry. He has defended major insurance companies in deceptive trade practices and punitive damages claims.
Kenan earned his undergraduate degree from Tulane University in 1983 and his law degree from Emory University School of Law in 1986. He has been voted a Georgia Super Lawyer in Insurance Coverage (2005-2018) and was selected Best Lawyers in America for Insurance law and litigation (2017-2020.) He is an FAA licensed pilot.
August 28, 2019
Best Lawyers selected 138 Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 21 of the firm’s national offices for inclusion in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
August 22, 2018
One hundred twenty-six Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 20 of the firm’s national offices have been selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
August 23, 2017
Lawyers were selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition based on a rigorous peer-review that has been developed and defined for more than 30 years.
August 15, 2016
Sixty-two Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 13 of the firm’s national offices have been selected for inclusion in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
February 23, 2009
Cozen O'Connor Member Kenan G. Loomis Named 2009 Georgia Super Lawyer
February 28, 2008
Cozen O’Connor Member Kenan G. Loomis Named 2008 Georgia Super Lawyer
December 16, 2013
Summary of state by state rescission standards for select jurisdictions.
July 31, 2013
On July 12, 2013, the Georgia Supreme Court expanded covered damages in construction defect cases by broadening the definition of “occurrence,” yet left in place the insurer’s right to deny coverage based upon the lack of “property damage” and the business risk exclusions. Taylor Morrison Services, Inc. v. HDI-Gerling America Insurance Company, No. S13Q0462, 2013 WL 3481555 (Ga. July 12, 2013). Specifically, the Court held that damage to the insured’s property or work may constitute an “occurrence.”
August 06, 2012
On June 18, 2012, the Supreme Court of Georgia issued Hoover v. Maxum Indemnity Company, Nos. S11S1681, S11G1683, 2012 WL2217040 (Ga. June 18, 2012), dramatically changing Georgia's ''Reservation of Rights'' law. In short, Hoover held insurers may no longer disclaim coverage under a specific policy provision, while reserving the right to do so under others. Id. at *3. The court held that a carrier waives coverage defenses that do not form the basis of the claim denial. Id. According to Hoover, a carrier cannot ''both deny a claim outright and attempt to reserve the right to assert a different defense in the future.'' Id. at *2.
June 14, 2012
Diminution of Value and Property Damage Claims in Georgia - Subrogation and Recovery Alert! - On May 29, 2012, the Georgia Supreme Court significantly changed the landscape for first party property insurance claims and claims handling by holding (in Royal Capital Development, LLC v. Maryland Casualty Company, 2012 WL 1909842)...
January 29, 2009
In this issue, we identify key coverage developments from the year 2008. We summarize recent court decisions dealing with coverage for toxic torts, environmental losses, construction defect and property losses. We also address new decisions in the areas of insolvency and reinsurance.
March 03, 2008
Senior Association Alliances Can Bring Risks As Well As Rewards - National Underwriter - As of July 1, 2004, there were approximately 36.2 million people 65 and older in the United States. As the oldest baby boomers become senior citizens in 2011, the population 65 and older is projected to grow faster than the total population in every state. In fact, 26 states are projected to double their 65 and older population between 2000 and 2030.
February 26, 2008
In this issue, we consider a number of emerging issues and also identify key developments in coverage in 2007. We summarize new court decisions dealing with toxic torts, environmental coverage, insolvency and regulatory issues, and construction defect. We feature a key construction defect coverage case in Illinois with important implications. We address global warming in the context of directors with officers liability coverage. Finally, we discuss the emerging areas of fax blast and food contamination, and the impact of the reauthorization of TRIA.
November 01, 2006
Silver Lining - BEST'S REVIEW - The Medicare Part D craze has brought with it a haze of complicated rules and regulations. Yet, for health insurers, there may be a glimmer of light breaking through all the fog.
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