Wesley Lowe

Wesley Lowe also represents policyholders in their claims against insurance companies. He and Gerry Mannion have practiced together for almost 30 years. His practice emphasizes suing insurance companies for coverage and bad faith, and he has litigated claims involving a wide variety of insurance, including homeowners and renters, automobile property and liability, commercial property and liability, life, health and accident, and disability. He has extensive experience in insurance coverage matters, including duty to defend issues, and has served as coverage counsel for the insured/defendant in several different types of litigation.

Articles written by this author:

Debunking the Cumis counsel myths

Civil Code section 2860 and the conflict with Cumis

E. Gerard Mannion
Wesley Lowe

2013 June


Five critical insurance issues for the plaintiff’s lawyer

Understanding the obligations of defendant’s insurer will be the basis for your strategy from case intake through resolution

Wesley Lowe
E. Gerard Mannion

2012 June


When the insurer denies coverage and refuses to defend

A look at the process and the law of assignment, covenant and judgment for insurance claims

E. Gerard Mannion
Wesley Lowe
Demian Oksenendler

2015 August


Illusory coverage

Illusory coverage

The homeowner or business policy may include “personal injury” coverage. Exactly what does that include, and is it illusory coverage?

E. Gerard Mannion
Wesley Lowe
Demian Oksenendler

2017 September