Gustin focuses his practice on prosecuting large subrogation claims related to losses caused by fire, flood, product defects/failures, and construction defects.
Prior to joining the firm Gustin was an associate at a law firm in American Samoa where he represented corporate and municipal clients in a wide variety of matters, including insurance defense and coverage, worker’s compensation , creditor’s rights, and contractual disputes. As a former assistant attorney general in the territory, Gustin used his intimate understanding of the local government to advise domestic and international businesses on regulatory compliance and navigating the bureaucracy. After law school, he was an associate in a Minneapolis law firm where he handled insurance defense and product liability matters.
Gustin earned his bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from East Carolina University and his law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law.