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Maslon Welcomes Insurance Coverage Litigation Attorney Rikke Dierssen-Morice to the Firm

February 12, 2020

Maslon is pleased to announce the addition of Insurance Coverage Litigation Attorney Rikke Dierssen-Morice to the law firm's partnership. With more than 25 years of dedicated service to clients, her significant experience collaborating with corporate policyholders in the U.S. and abroad will further strengthen Maslon's capabilities in a key area of practice.

Rikke has a well-earned reputation for providing strategic, service-oriented representation to corporate policyholder clients across insurance recovery, insurance claims assistance, risk management, and international business issues. She serves as national insurance counsel to business policyholders, with particular depth in the food, agriculture, manufacturing, financial, and construction industries.

Rikke has successfully handled high-stakes insurance claims in bench and jury trials throughout the U.S., assisting 100+ clients each year to recover on small to multimillion-dollar insurance claims. She also realizes that litigation is not always the best path, and leverages prior experience as part of the national coverage counsel team for St. Paul Companies to help policyholder clients work with claims representatives and coverage counsel to achieve maximum payment. She is skilled at fully and correctly documenting many different types of insurance claims—and is a fierce advocate on behalf of her clients.

Notably, Rikke was instrumental in obtaining over $200 million in commercial property insurance recoveries for clients resulting from Hurricanes Harvey, Maria, Isaac, and Katrina. She serves as the Honorary Consul for Denmark in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota, having been appointed by Queen Margrethe II of Denmark in 2014.


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