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Kenneth B. Grear

Kenneth Grear joined Stutman Law in 2019. Ken has over 20 years of complex civil litigation experience most of which has been devoted to successfully representing subrogating carriers asserting large complex commercial property loss claims throughout the continental US. Ken has successfully litigated many six and seven figure property subrogation cases at both the trial and appellate levels in State and Federal Courts.…Read More

Kenneth Grear joined Stutman Law in 2019. Ken has over 20 years of complex civil litigation experience most of which has been devoted to successfully representing subrogating carriers asserting large complex commercial property loss claims throughout the continental US. Ken has successfully litigated many six and seven figure property subrogation cases at both the trial and appellate levels in State and Federal Courts. Ken has extensive discovery/investigation and jury trial experience litigating claims involving building fires, collapses, construction defects, product defects, catastrophic flooding events as well as fidelity claims. Ken also has extensive and successful appellate experience in state and federal courts including the Supreme Courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey and Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Further, Ken has significant experience in the construction industry after having worked for a large commercial general contractor who was responsible for oversight of large healthcare and aerospace renovation projects. As a result of Ken’s extensive experience and successful outcomes with complex litigation while representing subrogating carriers, Ken was chosen as a “Rising Star” attorney by his peers on two separate occasions. Ken is admitted to practice law in both the state and federal courts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Ken has also been admitted Pro Hac Vice in over twenty additional states in various large loss property subrogation matters.