Todd E. Jaworsky

Overview

TODD E. JAWORSKY received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English with honors from Fort Lewis College in 1998. A 2002 Cum Laude graduate of California Western School of Law, Mr. Jaworsky served as associate editor of the California Western Law Review and the California Western International Law Journal. While in law school, Mr. Jaworsky authored A Defendant’s Right to Exculpatory Evidence: Does the Constitutional Duty to Disclose Exculpatory Evidence Extend to New Evidence Discovered Post-Conviction? 15 ST. THOMAS L.REV. 245 (2002).

Prior to joining McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, Mr. Jaworsky was associated with a prominent San Diego, California, defense firm where he practiced extensively in the areas of insurance coverage, coverage related litigation and bad faith litigation. He is also experienced in construction litigation, real estate development and corporate entity formation. Mr. Jaworsky primarily practices in the areas of insurance coverage, insurance coverage litigation, bad faith and general commercial litigation.

Mr. Jaworsky is admitted to practice in California and Colorado. He is a member of the American, California and Colorado Bar Associations. 
 

  • Listed in Best Lawyers® (2021) a Woodward/White, Inc. business, in the area of Insurance Law. A description of the standard or methodology on which the accolade is based can be found HERE.
  • Gen. Sec. Indem. Co. of Ariz. v. Century Sur. Co. (D. Colo. 2009) 2009 WL 2407624 (briefed appeal of issues related to construction defects as “occurrences” under general liability policies, ultimately leading to the Colorado legislature drafting house bills and eventual statutory law regarding “occurrences” in construction cases involving general liability policies)
  • United Specialty Ins. Co. v. Hill Park Assoc., et al., Case No: 1:16-CV-02076-KHR (U.S.D.C, Dist. of Colorado, January 310, 2018) (won summary judgment for the insurer related to late notice when the plaintiff in the underlying action first provides notice to a liability carrier after entry of default judgment against an insured)
  • Jennings v. Preferred Contractors Insurance Company, RRG, et al., Case No. 16CV30118 (Garfield County [CO] District Court, August 31, 2016) (won summary judgment for the insurer on the issue of whether the insurer committed bad faith in payments of med pay under a general liability policy)

Overview

TODD E. JAWORSKY received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English with honors from Fort Lewis College in 1998. A 2002 Cum Laude graduate of California Western School of Law, Mr. Jaworsky served as associate editor of the California Western Law Review and the California Western International Law Journal. While in law school, Mr. Jaworsky authored A Defendant’s Right to Exculpatory Evidence: Does the Constitutional Duty to Disclose Exculpatory Evidence Extend to New Evidence Discovered Post-Conviction? 15 ST. THOMAS L.REV. 245 (2002).

Prior to joining McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, Mr. Jaworsky was associated with a prominent San Diego, California, defense firm where he practiced extensively in the areas of insurance coverage, coverage related litigation and bad faith litigation. He is also experienced in construction litigation, real estate development and corporate entity formation. Mr. Jaworsky primarily practices in the areas of insurance coverage, insurance coverage litigation, bad faith and general commercial litigation.

Mr. Jaworsky is admitted to practice in California and Colorado. He is a member of the American, California and Colorado Bar Associations. 
 

  • Listed in Best Lawyers® (2021) a Woodward/White, Inc. business, in the area of Insurance Law. A description of the standard or methodology on which the accolade is based can be found HERE.
  • Gen. Sec. Indem. Co. of Ariz. v. Century Sur. Co. (D. Colo. 2009) 2009 WL 2407624 (briefed appeal of issues related to construction defects as “occurrences” under general liability policies, ultimately leading to the Colorado legislature drafting house bills and eventual statutory law regarding “occurrences” in construction cases involving general liability policies)
  • United Specialty Ins. Co. v. Hill Park Assoc., et al., Case No: 1:16-CV-02076-KHR (U.S.D.C, Dist. of Colorado, January 310, 2018) (won summary judgment for the insurer related to late notice when the plaintiff in the underlying action first provides notice to a liability carrier after entry of default judgment against an insured)
  • Jennings v. Preferred Contractors Insurance Company, RRG, et al., Case No. 16CV30118 (Garfield County [CO] District Court, August 31, 2016) (won summary judgment for the insurer on the issue of whether the insurer committed bad faith in payments of med pay under a general liability policy)

Education

Fort Lewis College (B.A. 1998)
California Western School of Law (J.D. 2002)

Admissions

State of California
State of Colorado

Memberships

American Bar Association
California Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association