Aaron M. Cargain’s practice emphasis includes representing clients in insurance coverage and bad faith, professional liability, real estate, HOA disputes under California’s Davis-Stirling Act, personal injury, property damage disputes, labor and employment law.
Mr. Cargain brings a unique perspective to his legal practice, as he is currently licensed in California and New York. He has represented a diverse group of clients including individuals, medical providers, insurance companies, international manufacturers, homeowners associations, and management companies.
He earned a B.A. in economics from the University of California, San Diego and a J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law, Camden. During law school, Mr. Cargain interned with the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, and clerked at a law firm in the San Francisco Bay area.
- New York
- U.S. District Court
- Northern District of California
- U.S. Court of Appeals
- Ninth Circuit
- Rutgers University School of Law, Camden – J.D.
- University of California, San Diego – B.A.
- Contra Costa County Bar Association
- PLUS Northern California Chapter Board member
- Courts use choice-of-law analysis to avoid denying coverage, PropertyCasualty360
- Calif. Justices Set Low Bar For Website Bias Claims, Law360
- Insurer liable for coverage for company employee’s intentional acts, state high court rules, Daily Journal, ft. Aaron Cargain
- Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals holds Telephone Consumer Protection Act claims excluded from coverage based on invasion of privacy exclusion
- California High Court to Address Occurrence Caused by Accident, Insurance Journal
- Public Records Access V. Privacy: California’s Struggle, Law360
- High Court to Weigh In on ‘Other Insurance’, Daily Journal
- Nickerson V. Stonebridge Could Mean Higher Damages Awards, Law360