After starting out his career as a home office casualty claims supervisor for Royal Insurance, Ken Maguire has over 30 years experience in insurance litigation. In that time, he has used this experience in the representation of insurers, self-insureds and brokers in casualty, property, and life insurance cases. Ken earned his law degree in 1981, while supervising litigation nationwide against Royal and its insureds. He has litigated to conclusion, including trials and appeals, hundreds of cases in the representation of casualty and property insurers and insureds.
Being a longtime member of the American and New York State Bar Associations, Ken has chaired the ABA subcommittee on Insurance Brokers in the Tort and Insurance Practice section of the ABA. He has delivered numerous lectures for the ABA, the New York State Bar Association, the Defense Association of New York, and NBI, and has conducted seminars for major insurance clients on a regular basis.
Ken currently represents major casualty and property insurers throughout the United States, including both State and Federal Courts in New York, Nevada, Indiana, and Utah, as well as providing counsel before the New York State Insurance Department.
Ken has successfully argued hundreds of cases before Courts throughout New York State. Please see our "articles and decisions" page for a copy of some of these decisions.
New York State
United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
Pace University School of Law, J.D.
CUNY Queens College, B.A.
Insurance Litigation Seminar – CLE, National Bus. Institute, Insurer’s Duty to Defend 2011
Insurance Litigation Seminar – CLE, Lorman, Ethics, 2008, 2009
Insurance Litigation Seminar – CLE, National Bus. Institute, 2007, Update Law of U.M./SUM claims
Insurance Litigation Seminar – CLE, National Bus. Institute, 2006, Ethical Issues and How to Respond
Insurance Litigation Seminar – CLE, ADM 2003
Insurance Litigation Seminar – CLE, Lorman, 2000-2001
Insurance Coverage Issues – Personal Lines, New York State Bar Association – CLE Seminar, New York, NY, 1998
Loss Executives Association