Paul Rosner, J.D., CPCU, has worked in the property and casualty field since 1989. He is as former casualty adjuster, large loss property adjuster, claims supervisor, and claims manager. In 2005, he received his J.D., summa cum laude, from Southwestern Law School, where he served as Lead Articles Editor for the Southwestern Law Review. As an attorney, he focuses his practice on property and casualty insurance coverage and bad faith litigation in both Washington and Oregon. He has also served as an expert witness on insurance bad faith and claims handling.
Paul earned the designation of Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) from the American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters in 2008. Since then, he has been an active member both locally and nationally. He served as President of the Pacific Northwest Chapter from 2012 through 2014 and currently serves as a local chapter officer and on the governing committee of the CPCU Society’s Coverage, Litigators, Educators, & Witnesses (CLEW) Interest Group.
Paul is also an active member of the Claims & Litigation Management Alliance (CLM). In 2011, Paul was selected to be one of CLM’s State Chairs for Washington. He has also served as CLM’s Washington State Education Director. In 2010 and 2012, he was named a Rising Star in the area of Insurance Coverage by Washington Law & Politics Magazine.
Paul is a frequent author and lecturer on insurance coverage and bad faith issues including chapter co-author for the Washington Motor Vehicle Accident Insurance Deskbook 2008 supplement, and co-author of the Oregon and Washington chapters of “Insurance Bad Faith-2010, A Compendium of State Law.” He is a regular contributor to the Around the Nation column of Claims Management Magazine. His lectures include presentations to attorneys and insurance professionals.
When not practicing law Paul enjoys spending time with his family, running, hiking, camping, and mountain biking.