Alexander (Alex) Loy represents first and third party insureds in coverage disputes. His experience in litigation covers several areas of law including health care, commercial law, and financial services. Alex’s background enables him to counsel clients on complex issues and advance their interests efficiently in and out of the courtroom.
Alex routinely litigates coverage under high-limit commercial and liability policies (primary and excess), including multi-layer property policies that insure property in several states or abroad. He represents clients involved in business interruption, property, liability, life & disability, and other claims in state and federal court. Alex is accustomed to opposing major players in the insurance market, including multi-national organizations that offer insurance products and services on a global scale. Alex has helped clients proceed with innovative claims against those entities.
Alex is a graduate of Trinity College (Hartford, CT) and Albany Law School of Union University, where he served as the Note and Comment Editor for the Albany Law School Journal of Science and Technology. Alex is a former member of the Immigration Branch of the Albany Law Clinic and Justice Center. He also clerked for the Office of the Albany County District Attorney. Shortly after his law school graduation, Alex represented the United States in the Lightweight Men’s Quadruple Sculls (“LM4X”) at the 2018 World Rowing Championship Regatta in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.