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Daniel Scanlon

Partner, Dublin

Daniel is an insurance disputes lawyer with particular expertise in professional indemnity claims in the financial, legal and construction sectors.
Daniel Scanlon


Daniel is a professional indemnity specialist with particular expertise in defending financial services entities and construction and engineering professionals in high value multi-party disputes. This includes acting for solicitors, accountants, financial advisers, engineers, architects, contractors, surveyors/valuers, and consultants.

He also regularly provides coverage advice to professional indemnity insurers in respect of issues relating to aggregation, fraud/dishonesty, and late notification.

Daniel also advises insurers and their insureds on a broad range of issues and claims including defamation claims, property claims,  policy wording interpretation, coverage disputes, D&O claims, and subrogation claims.

Whether defending claims, or advising on coverage issues, Daniel adopts a pragmatic commercial approach tailored to quick and cost effective results.


  • Recommended Lawyer for 'Insurance' and 'Dispute Resolution' In The Legal 500 EMEA 2017, 2018 and 2019 editions

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