Segal McCambridge Expands National Insurance Practice with Lateral Shareholder Patrick Kemp


May 1, 2014

AUSTIN, TEXAS – In response to client demand for expanded insurance litigation services across the country, Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney, Ltd. announces the addition of veteran trial attorney Patrick M. Kemp, who joins the firm’s Austin, Texas, office as a shareholder.  

Mr. Kemp represents insurance companies throughout Texas, with a specific focus on defending insurance bad faith, complex coverage, and commercial litigation claims. Mr. Kemp’s breadth of experience includes defending commercial property, commercial general liability, commercial umbrella, business and personal auto, and homeowners coverage and bad faith claims at both the trial and appellate levels. Previously, Mr. Kemp was a partner at Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisdom’s Austin office, where he honed his insurance bad faith and commercial litigation trial practice.

 “Patrick’s experience defending insurance bad faith claims throughout Texas will allow him to immediately provide value for our clients across the country,” says Nathan Horne, Managing Shareholder of the firm’s Austin office. “We are excited to welcome him to the firm.”

“We are pleased to have a quality attorney such as Patrick join our ranks. His many years of experience in insurance and litigation will enhance our presence in Texas, and will add depth to the firm’s national practice,” says Kathleen McDonough, Managing Shareholder of Segal McCambridge. “We look forward to many years ahead with Patrick.”

Mr. Kemp is an active member of several professional organizations including the State Bar of Texas’s Insurance Law Section and the Austin Bar Association.

Segal McCambridge has defended insurers in a variety of matters for nearly three decades. The firm’s network of attorneys and offices provide coverage analysis, loss counseling, adjustment advice, policy drafting, dispute resolution, and litigation services to primary, excess and umbrella insurers at both the trial and appellate level in jurisdictions across the United States.