Attorney Profile:

Kevin Joseph Riexinger

Kevin Joseph Riexinger: Attorney with Halloran & Sage LLP

Biography

Kevin Riexinger is an associate in our Insurance Litigation Department. and a member of the Firm's Insurance and Litigation Practice Groups. His practice mainly focuses on first and third party liability defense; particularly involving automobile accidents and premises liability. Kevin's practice includes defense of construction litigation. In addition, he has been certified by the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center to represent the brave men and women who have served our country on a pro-bono basis before the Board of Veterans Appeals.

While attending Villanova Law School, Kevin joined Halloran & Sage as a summer associate in 2009. Kevin is an active member of the Hartford Chapter of the Villanova Alumni Association and heads the Game Watch committee. As an undergraduate at Nichols College, Kevin was also a member of two academic honor societies and a pitcher for the Bison baseball team. Today, Kevin is an annual participant in the Polar Plunge to raise money for the Special Olympics.

Free Time

In his spare time Kevin is a loyal competitor with the Halloran & Sage softball and basketball teams. He also regularly participates in charity events such as the Polar Plunge for the Special Olympics and a Tough Mudder event which benefits the Wounded Warrior Foundation.

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
860-297-4645  Phone
860-548-0006  Fax
www.halloransage.com
University Attended:
Nichols College, magna cum laude, 2005
Law School Attended:
Villanova Law School, J.D., 2010
Admission:
2010, Connecticut
Memberships:

Associations

Connecticut Bar Association

Reported Cases:
Representative Matters: Summary Judgment Obtained in Notice Policy Exclusion Matter; Kevin J. Riexinger successfully defended a national insurance company in an underinsured motorist lawsuit, Shurika Rosado, et al. v. Felix Cabrera, et al., brought by three occupants of a vehicle that had been rear-ended on Park Avenue in Bridgeport. Plaintiffs' counsel failed to notify the insurer within three years following the date of the accident that his clients might have a claim for underinsured motorist benefits. Notice within that three-year time period is specifically called for by both C.G.S. 38a-336(g) and the applicable insurance policy. Halloran & Sage's motion for summary judgment cited an Appellate Court case holding that the policy exclusion should be upheld when the exclusion is drafted in congruence with the statute, and when there is no question that notice was not timely provided. Judge Dale W. Radcliffe granted summary judgment in favor of the insurance company from the bench.; H & S Obtains Defendant's Verdict in Hotel Guest Accident; Halloran & Sage obtained a defendant's verdict in a matter in which an inn was accused of allowing a dangerous condition to exist in its parking lot causing a guest to injure his ankle. The plaintiff alleged that he fractured his right ankle when stepping or falling off a retention wall in the parking lot of the inn. Evidence presented included information regarding the lighting of the parking lot, shrubbery lining the wall, safe alternative means of travel, intoxication by the plaintiff, photos and statements. The jury concluded that plaintiff did not meet his burden of proof that the inn's parking lot retention wall constituted a dangerous and defective condition and found that reasonable care and common sense were not exhibited by the plaintiff. A defendant's verdict was obtained.; For more information contact: Kevin Riexinger
ISLN:
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