Terrence J. Coleman

Terrence J. Coleman

Terry Coleman has been a partner with Pillsbury & Coleman, LLP (formerly, Pillsbury & Levinson), since 1999, specializing in the representation of policyholders in insurance bad faith and insurance coverage matters. Past clients include individuals as well as small businesses and large corporations. In 2002, Mr. Coleman tried the disability bad-faith case of Randall ChapmanM.D. v. UnumProvident Corp., obtaining a $31.7 million jury verdict for a disabled eye surgeon. He is a past president of the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and a Fellow of the American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel. Mr. Coleman also served as chair of the Insurance Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (now AAJ). www.pillsburycoleman.com.

Articles written by this author:

Lawyers on disability

Even with a good individual disability policy, expect the carrier to look askance at a lawyer’s claim

Terrence J. Coleman

2015 August


The emerging frontier of long-term-care insurance bad faith

The emerging frontier of long-term-care insurance bad faith

As the claims for baby boomers start rolling in, the denials are likely to start churning out

Terrence J. Coleman

2017 September


Suing insurance adjusters in the post-<em>Bock v. Hansen</em> world

Suing insurance adjusters in the post-Bock v. Hansen world

An insurance adjuster may be sued for negligent misrepresentation for falsely characterizing the scope of coverage

Terrence J. Coleman

2018 September