- Email: Thomas.Maroney@lewisbrisbois.com
- Phone: 646.783.0962
- Fax: 212.232.1399
Thomas Maroney is a partner in the New York office of Lewis Brisbois and is a member of the General Liability, Construction, Insurance Coverage, Transportation, and Professional Liability Practices. He predominantly focuses his practice on general liability, premises liability, construction, hospitality, Dram Shop, wrongful death, and transportation. Mr. Maroney has experience representing commercial real estate owners, food and beverage clients, general contractors, construction managers, and subcontractor entities. Mr. Maroney is well versed in New York State Labor Law, OSHA and NYC Administrative Code.
Prior to joining Lewis Brisbois, Mr. Maroney spent several years as a Claims Professional for one of the world's largest publicly traded P&C insurance companies where he gained considerable experience analyzing coverage, pursuing risk transfer opportunities, and managing litigation for complex general liability, construction, and auto matters throughout the country. Mr. Maroney has translated his claims experience into a knowledge of what his institutional clients need and expect throughout litigation and trial.
Additionally, Mr. Maroney spent several years at a global insurance company where he handled Professional Liability claims across multiple lines of business, including Lawyers, Accountants, Insurance Agents and Brokers, Broker/Dealer and Real Estate Agents.
Over the course of his career as a trial attorney/litigator and claims professional, Mr. Maroney has mediated, tried and cost-effectively resolved countless complex matters involving multiple parties/carriers for his clients and insureds.
- New York State Notary Public
- Associate in Claims
CLM National Conference Presenter, The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Personal Injury Litigation, April 2016
State Bar Admissions
- New Jersey
- New York
- New York State Bar Association
- Queens County Bar Association
Brooklyn Law School
Juris Doctor, 2013
Bachelor of Arts in Economics, 2009