Alexandra J. Schultz


West Palm Beach

(561) 515-5205

(561) 515-5230

Alexandra Schultz joined Cozen O'Connor in 2017 and practices in the Global Insurance Department. She regularly represents carriers in coverage disputes and advises insurers on policy interpretation, claims handling, and bad faith.

Alexandra graduated magna cum laude from The George Washington University and earned her law degree from Tulane University Law School. While in law school, Alexandra held the position of senior articles editor of the Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property, and her comment, Looks Can Be Deceiving: Aesthetic Functionality in Louboutin and Beyond, was selected for publication in Volume 15 of the journal. She also served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Lance Africk and the Honorable Sarah Vance at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.

Prior to joining Cozen O'Connor, Alexandra practiced at a large insurance defense firm in West Palm Beach, Fla., where she handled professional liability, § 1983 litigation and personal injury defense cases in state and federal courts and also advised and defended insurers in coverage matters. Previously, Alexandra practiced insurance defense and general litigation in Louisiana. Alexandra is admitted to the Florida and Louisiana state bars.



More Than 200 Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named Best Lawyers and Ones to Watch By The Best Lawyers In America

August 20, 2020

Best Lawyers selected 201 Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 23 of the firm’s nationwide offices for inclusion in the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© (Copyright 2020 by Woodward/White, Inc., of Aiken, SC).


A Consequential Ruling: Florida Supreme Court Rejects Recovery of Consequential Damages in First-Party Breach of Contract Actions [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

January 22, 2021

In first-party breach of insurance contract actions, the parties oftentimes dispute whether the policyholder may seek damages that are not explicitly provided for in the policy, with the policyholder arguing such indirect damages flow from the alleged breach of contract. By doing so, policyholders...

Trouble Brewing: Florida Federal Court Dismisses Beer Distributor’s Claim for COVID-19 Losses [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

October 15, 2020

Insurance claims arising out of COVID-19-related commercial losses have been hotly contested, and lawsuits have been filed across the country by policyholders seeking coverage for lost business income. These claims typically raise similar coverage questions – whether the spread of a virus could...


January 07, 2019

Progressive recently settled a bad faith lawsuit with the guardians of a child injured in a car accident driven by a Progressive policyholder, Earl Lloyd. Progressive faced liability for an underlying judgment in excess of $22 million against Lloyd, who had purchased a $10,000 auto policy from...

The Florida Supreme Court Pushes Florida Bad Faith Standard Closer to Negligence in Harvey v. GEICO Decision [Avoiding Insurance Bad Faith Blog]

October 23, 2018

The Florida Supreme Court recently decided Harvey v. GEICO Gen. Ins. Co., No. SC17-85, 2018 WL 4496566, at *1 (Fla. Sept. 20, 2018), an important case setting forth what many will try to argue has lessened the standard for bad faith law in Florida to one of negligence plus. The case has a...


  • Tulane University Law School, J.D., 2013
  • The George Washington University, B.A., magna cum laude, 2008

Awards & Honors

Best Lawyers in America "Ones to Watch" 2021

  • Louisiana
  • Florida