Craig Kubiak, Esq.

Craig Kubiak, Esq.: Attorney with Merlin Law Group, P.A.
  • Attorney at Merlin Law Group, P.A. (45 Attorneys)
  • 777 South Harbour Island Boulevard, Suite 950, Tampa, FL 33602-5747
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Biography

Craig Kubiak focuses his practice of law on representing first party property policyholders engaged in disputes with their insurance companies. Whether the claims involve damage(s) to single family residences, commercial properties, condominium complexes, interruption of business income, or extra-contractual (“bad-faith”) claims against insurers for unfair and deceptive claims handling practices, Craig represents policyholders who are forced to litigate against their own insurance company because their insurer refuses to do the right thing.

A lifelong resident of Florida, Craig graduated from the University of South Florida and received his Juris Doctor from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. Over the past 20+ years, Craig has tried over 100 jury trials, including cases involving damages caused by water, fire, sinkhole, hurricane(s), as well as extra-contractual (“bad-faith”) cases. In 2014, Craig was named head of the trial division for the Merlin Law Group nationwide.

Craig routinely speaks on multiple insurance related topics across the United States at events such as Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters Conferences, Windstorm Insurance Network Conferences, First Party Claims Conferences, and National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters Conferences. In addition, Craig is currently the national co-chair of the Bad Faith Litigation Group for the American Association for Justice (formerly the ATLA).

Areas of Practice (16)

  • Commercial Property Insurance
  • Insurance
  • Fire Loss
  • First and Third Party Insurance
  • First Party Insurance
  • Insurance Bad Faith
  • Insurance Arbitration
  • Insurance Contracts
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Insurance Litigation
  • Insurance Mediation
  • Property Damage
  • Property Insurance
  • Property Insurance Coverage
  • Property Loss
  • Unfair Insurance Practices

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
813-229-1000  Phone
813-229-3692  Fax
www.merlinlawgroup.com/attorneys/craig-kubiak-esq
University Attended:
University of South Florida, B.A., Political Science
Law School Attended:
Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D., 1995
Year of First Admission:
1995
Admission:
U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida; U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida; U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit; 1995, Florida; New Jersey; Texas
Memberships:
American Association of Justice (Secretary, Bad Faith Litigation Group); National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Windstorm Insurance Network; Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters, FAPIA (Associate Member); National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA).
ISLN:
911995211

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