Complex Litigation Attorney Christopher G. Berga Joins Conroy Simberg
Posted in Announcements on December 19, 2017
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Conroy Simberg, a leading insurance defense firm with offices in Florida and Georgia, is pleased to announce Christopher G. Berga recently joined the firm’s liability practice as a partner. He focuses his practice in commercial and construction litigation, directors and officers liability, general insurance defense including personal injury, creditor’s rights and landlord/tenant. Chris will also be a member of the firm’s newly formed Cannabis division.
Chris’ experience includes representing both individual and corporate clients in state and federal courts in matters involving business and contract disputes, accounting malpractice, shareholder litigation, real property, commercial real estate, construction, fraud, employment, and lending institutions. Prior to joining Conroy Simberg, Berga worked for a national law firm where he also practiced in securities defense, insurance insolvency, financial litigation, e-discovery and lobbying.
Chris is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts. He is a member of the Latin Builders Association, Bankruptcy Bar Association for the Southern District of Florida, the Dade County Bar Association and Cuban American Bar Association.
Fluent in Spanish, Chris earned a juris doctor from the Boston University School of Law and his undergraduate degree from the University of Miami.
About Conroy Simberg
With 11 offices throughout Florida and Georgia, Conroy Simberg is a leading insurance defense firm with approximately 150 accomplished attorneys providing a diverse range of sophisticated legal services to insurance companies, self-insured organizations, employers and professionals in a variety of industries. The firm’s core defense practices include general liability and casualty, workers’ compensation, commercial litigation, and Personal Injury Protection (PIP). Attorneys also represent clients in appellate law, construction litigation, premises liability, medical malpractice, products liability, automobile and trucking litigation, mass tort, and professional negligence, matters, as well as insurance fraud investigation, and subrogation/recovery.