Bob Lamb joined the firm in 1974 and handles most aspects of insurance litigation, including large commercial property losses, environmental-coverage claims, and claims involving allegations of breach of an insurer’s duty of good faith and fair dealing. Bob is a speaker at continuing-education events for adjusters and lawyers on these topics, as well as other insurance-related subjects such claims-handling techniques, and giving of depositions.
Represented three excess carriers in a declaratory judgment action against casino and its general contractor and subcontractors seeking a declaration that the excess carriers had no liability for losses.
Defended primary property insurance carrier in a suit arising from a large fire.
Defended the second layer excess property insurance carrier with regard to damages suffered by nine apartment complexes along the Mississippi Gulf coast caused by Hurricane Katrina.
Represented insurance company with regard to coverage issues arising from a fire in a high-rise office building in Houston, Texas.
Represented primary property insurance carrier with regard to major fire at a mid-rise office building in Houston, Texas.
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Publications & Speaking Engagements
Education, Admissions & Activities
Baylor University School of Law
United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
Professional and Community Activities
State Bar of Texas
Dallas Bar Association
United States Air Force