Lawrence N. Rogak is a New York insurance litigator, and New York''s most prolific writer on insurance and negligence law. He has published two books to date: "Rogak's New York No-Fault Law & Practice," and "Rogak's New York Insurance & Negligence Law," both of which are available on amazon.com.
Mr. Rogak was selected by the New York State Bar Association to write the No Fault Law section in its new treatise, "The Plaintiff's Personal Injury Action In New York State."
With nearly 30 years' experience, Mr. Rogak opened his current firm in 1994. Since then, he has litigated over 15,000 lawsuits and arbitrations and has represented nearly 100 insurance companies and corporations, as well as some individuals, in matters pertaining to insurance and liability.
Mr. Rogak's firm primarily represents insurance carriers and self-insured corporations, litigating both liability and coverage.
Licensed since 1982
Larry Rogak is a zealous advocate for his clients. He is always on the cutting-edge of changes and updates in the law, and shares his insights and knowledge with fellow counsel. While we work as adversaries on our cases together, it is always a pleasure to work together in the best interests of our clients. His sense of humor combined with his depth of knowledge makes him an excellent attorney both in and out of the courtroom.
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|President/CEO||Long Island Insurance Company||2010 - Present|
|Managing Partner||Law Office of Lawrence N. Rogak LLC||1994 - Present|
|Litigation Supervisor||Greater New York Mutual Insurance Company||1992 - 1993|
|Acting Corporation Counsel||City of Long Beach, New York||1986 - 1992|
|Capital Mutual Insurance Co. v. Vincent Henry, Edna Gordon and Carlos Saniel||Judgment for plaintiff|
|Cortez v. Manhattan Bible Church||Summary judgment for defendant|
|Park v. Long Island Insurance Company||Modification of judgment|
|Book||Rogak's New York No-Fault Law & Practice 2011||2011|
|Plaintiff's Personal Injury Actions In New York||(chapter) New York No-Fault Practice||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Investigator's Notes Of Insured's Interview Are Inadmissible Hearsay||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Right of Review Notification Not Required When Premium Finance Co. Cancels Policy||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Fraudulent Incorporation Defense Applies to LLCs, Not Just PCs||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Driver Of Uninsured Vehicle Cannot Recover Damages From MVAIC||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Earth Movement Exclusion Applies, Even If Caused By Covered Peril||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Carrier's Late Disclaimer Ruled Invalid||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Even If Defendant Defaults, Auto Accident Victim Must Meet Threshold||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Insurer Gets Stay Of Order To Defend Insured While DJ Action Is Appealed||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Prior Guilt In Criminal Proceeding Leads To Summary Judgment For Property Damage||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Open And Obvious Condition Negates Trip And Fall Claim||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Savings Clause Applies - Non-Trucking Use Exclusion Invalid||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Court Rejects Coverage Suit Over Defective Product Claim||2007|
|Insurance Advocate||Lack of Notice Not Sufficient To Vacate Arbitration Award||2007|
|Rogak's New York No-Fault Law & Practice||Rogak's New York No-Fault Law & Practice||2007|
|CLAIMS Magazine||Liability For Collapsing Chairs||2000|
|CLAIMS Magazine||Spoliation: The Double-Edged Sword||2000|
|CLAIMS Magazine||Bad Dog! Significant Dog Bite Cases||2000|
|CLAIMS Magazine||Who's Driving? An Analysis of Garage Liability Coverage||2000|
|New York Law Journal||Terminating Assigned Risk Auto Policies||1998|
|New York Law Journal||Priority Of Coverage in Garage Liability Policies||1998|
|New York Law Journal||Workers Compensation vs. No-Fault: Priority of Liens||1997|
|New York Law Journal||Workers Compensation Act: Ramifications For General Liability Defense||1997|
|Brooklyn Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1981|
|Annual Meeting||Handling a No Fault Claim||2004|