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Goldberg Segalla Welcomes Partner Troy Beecher, Continuing Growth in Florida February 1, 2018

Goldberg Segalla added partner Troy Beecher to the firm’s Global Insurance Services Practice Group in Orlando. Troy is the third partner to join Goldberg Segalla’s Florida offices in 2018.

Troy — an attorney recognized among the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 and ranked on the Florida Super Lawyers Rising Stars list since 2016 — has handled complex and high-exposure first-party and third-party insurance coverage and liability matters in state and federal courts in over 35 Florida counties. As a first-party coverage litigator, Troy regularly defends insurers facing Florida’s leading policyholders’ advocates. His experience includes claims involving appraisal, automobile and automobile-related property damage, bad faith, business interruption, and uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage, as well as large-loss property claims spanning fire and arson, sinkholes, hurricanes, hailstorms, and other extreme weather events. His third-party coverage experience includes dram shop liability, automobile and trucking liability, bodily injury, premises liability, negligent security, landlord-tenant disputes, municipal liability, employment and discrimination claims, and professional liability. Troy advises insurers on improving claims-handling and business practices as they pertain to insurance coverage and litigation, and his practice also encompasses insurance fraud investigation and litigation of mass torts involving asbestosis, mixed dust, and mesothelioma. He is a Florida Department of Financial Services Certified CLE Instructor.

Troy attended Drexel University on a Navy ROTC scholarship and studied in Bonn, Germany, where he interned with the German Defense Ministry. After graduating with a B.S. in International Studies and a concentration in German, Troy received a commission as an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserves and began his military career on the U.S. Mission to Germany, where he assisted with the U.S. Embassy’s relocation from Bonn to Berlin. He served his first tour of duty in Mayport, Florida as an engineering officer and his ship’s legal officer, and participated in America's first response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Troy’s second tour took him to Gaeta, Italy, as assistant operations officer for the Sixth Fleet command ship controlling all European-Mediterranean naval operations, during which time he participated in the opening of the 2003 Iraq War. He received an honorable discharge as lieutenant, and is a two-time recipient of the Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal.

Troy earned his J.D. at Stetson University College of Law and went on to earn an L.L.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Law at the University of Houston.