Tim Wolf is a nationally recognized trial lawyer who represents his clients in the areas of complex litigation, including business disputes, consumer claims, class actions, labor and employment claims, insurance coverage, bad faith litigation and catastrophic injury claims.
Timothy Wolf is battle-tested in successfully representing his clients in “bet your company” type cases. He has a national practice in the areas of complex business litigation, including breach of contract disputes, class actions, consumer claims, labor and employment claims, insurance coverage, and bad faith litigation. He provides counsel to his clients on primary and excess property and liability policies with an emphasis on catastrophic injury claims and complex coverage issues. He has published articles and often speaks to industry professionals regarding insurance regulations and proper claim handling procedures. His broad insurance background includes litigating all aspects of insurance cases involving property and casualty insurance.
Tim is responsible for landmark decisions shaping class action law in Missouri and is often called on to lecture on class actions and how to manage the class action lawsuit. He is also responsible for significant favorable results for his clients in Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action cases in state and federal courts and in challenging regulations with the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C. These results have had a significant impact on an industry-wide basis in advancing the successful defense of TCPA class action lawsuits.
Tim also has significant experience in successfully representing insurance clients in affirmative litigation. He counsels insurers on strategies to combat insurance fraud, including claims involving staged losses and medical billing fraud.
Tim is routinely called upon by insurers to counsel on the use of civil RICO actions to prevent insurance fraud in many jurisdictions across the country. Tim has tried numerous lawsuits to successful conclusion in state and federal courts and has deposed hundreds of experts on liability, causation and damage issues. He has represented clients in mediations and arbitrations in various venues and jurisdictions throughout the country.
- Saint Louis University School of Law (J.D., 2001)
- Westminster College (B.A., History, Political Science, 1998)
- Arson-Fraud Litigation
- Business & Commercial Litigation
- Class Action Defense
- Creditors’ Rights
- Education Law
- Employment & Labor Law
- Governmental Affairs & Municipal Law
- Insurance Coverage Law
- Premises & Retail Liability
- Product Liability
- RICO Law