Mr. Sen represents insurers in a wide variety of practice areas. He specializes in insurance bad faith and coverage actions involving first and third party claims made under various types of policies – including homeowners, rental dwelling, business-office, commercial, and automobile policies. Mr. Sen has built an expertise in litigating actions involving first party property damage claims, such as water damage, wildfire and smoke damage, and vandalism. Mr. Sen also specializes in complex coverage issues. He has tackled matters of first impression before the Courts of Appeal, and has contributed to the making of new legal precedent in the world of insurance law, such as in Paslay v. State Farm General. Ins. Co., (2016) 248 Cal.App.4th 639; Delgado v. Interinsurance Exchange of the Automobile Club of Southern Calif. (2009) 47 Cal.4th 302; and Rappaport-Scott v. Interinsurance Exchange of the Automobile Club (2007) 146 Cal.App.4th 831.
Mr. Sen also handles more exotic actions, such as inverse condemnation, municipal liability, subrogation, elder abuse, breach of warranty, agency liability, and unfair competition. His practice also encompasses actions involving mass torts, catastrophic injuries and property damage, wrongful death, professional liability, civil rights, premises liability, and product liability. An avid writer, Mr. Sen has developed a reputation of succeeding in difficult cases using Motions for Summary Judgment, and in successfully handling numerous appeals. He practices throughout California’s state and appellate courts, in the California Supreme Court, and in federal court.
- State Bar of California – January, 2003
United States District Courts, Central and Eastern Districts of California
United States Court of Appeal, Ninth Circuit
- Santa Clara University, School of Law, (J.D., 2002)
University of California, Riverside (B.A., History, 1999)