Professional Liability

Professional Liability


  • Attorneys

Cray Huber represents the interests of attorneys in both tort/contract actions involving claims of a failure to adhere to standard of care, and ARDC complaints involving asserted ethical violations. 

  • Securities Professionals 

Cray Huber has represented a nation wide broker dealer in business litigation and our expertise allows us to represent and defend broker dealers, investment firms, financial companies, and securities brokers at NASD arbitrations and mediations. 

  • Architects and Engineers 

In claims arising from contract drafting, negotiation, interpretation and alleged breach, delay and design defects, as well as sick buildings, our lawyers have represented the interests of architectural and engineering professionals.  

  • Real Estate Brokers, Managers and Appraisers 

Our lawyers have represented many types of real estate professionals in actions ranging from non-disclosure and negligent valuation to infestation and failure to redeem property tax sales. 

  • IT Consultants

In the emerging areas of hardware, software and telecommunication, Cray Huber has been at the forefront of design, building, and security failure analyses and claims.  . 

  • General Insurance Agent 

Cray Huber attorneys have provided assistance to insurance agents and brokers accused of failing to acquire requested or statutorily mandated coverages.   

  • Life Insurance Agents and Brokers 

When agents and brokers have been sued for product replacement and customer solicitation they have received counseling, guidance and trial representation by Cray Huber lawyers.


  • Good experts are a must in defending professional liability claims.  We have developed solid working relationships with top-notch experts in virtually all areas of professional endeavor.  Our firm philosophy is to consult with experts early on in the litigation so they can provide important assistance in liability and damage assessments, as well as give necessary input to help shape the discovery process.