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Lee Harris authored an article addressing California’s dry weather and the recent spate of firestorms, including the San Diego County wildfire.

Lee Harris authored a magazine article Confronting denial of ERISA long-term disability benefits  Download in PDF format

Disaster Recovery in San Bruno: Who's Responsible?

Federal Electronic Discovery Rules in Insurance Bad Faith Cases

Lee Harris authored a magazine article on homeowner insurance policy breaches and bad faith titled When disaster Strikes Home - Plaintiff Magazine   Download in PDF format

Lee Harris was profiled in a cover article in Plaintiff magazine. "...you probably won't hear many defense lawyers say something like this: If I needed a plaintiff attorney, he would be at the top of the list." - Plaintiff Magazine   Download in PDF format

Disability cases - Unum-Provident's Own Occupation Disability Policies

Disability cases - Market Conduct Settlement with Insurance Department

Disability cases - The Genuine Dispute Doctrine

Disability cases - Incontestability Clause and Long Term Disability Cases

Disability cases - Confronting Denial of ERISA Disability Cases

Underinsured Homeowners - State of the Law

Damages from Insurance Companies that Fail to Defend their Policy Holders

Finding Insurance Coverage When The Insurance Company Says There Is None

Personal Injury/Assigment of Claims

Ambiguity

Attorneys at Goldstein, Gellman, Melbostad, Harris & McSparran have extensive successful experience helping people in San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and throughout Northern California obtain benefits under employer plans governed by ERISA. For advice on making your claim, or for help with an ERISA denial and appeal, call us at 415.673.5600 or contact us online.
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