Amy Stewart PC
The firm’s founder and managing principal, Amy is one of the preeminent insurance coverage lawyers in Texas and a self-described insurance nerd. She authored the must-have book on insurance coverage litigation for Texas practitioners, Texas Insurance Coverage Litigation, The Litigator’s Practice, published by Texas Lawyer Books and American Lawyer Media (ALM).
Leveraging years of experience as coverage counsel to insurance companies, Amy now exclusively represents corporate policyholders in insurance-related matters. She is fluent in insurance-speak, helping corporations navigate their policies and develop effective strategies for resolving disputes and maximizing recoveries. If a claim can’t be resolved through negotiation, Amy tackles complex insurance coverage litigation with an enthusiasm that can only be described as infectious. She is a master of her craft and an invaluable resource for her clients, obtaining exceptional results through diligent preparation and meticulous attention to detail.
Amy’s insurance expertise and commitment to excellence are consistently recognized by clients and peers alike. She was elected to the American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel in 2013 and is rated AV® Preeminent™ 5.0 out of 5 by Martindale-Hubbell®. Amy has been selected as a Texas Super Lawyer® in insurance coverage by Thomson Reuters every year since 2009, while D Magazine has named her a Best Lawyer in Dallas annually beginning in 2013.
Amy speaks and writes regularly on insurance coverage issues for the State Bar of Texas, the American Bar Association Section of Litigation, Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee, the Dallas Bar Association, and other organizations. Her State Bar of Texas accredited course, “Insurance 101: The Fundamentals of Insurance for In-House Counsel” has been particularly well-received by corporate legal departments. Amy is also honored to serve on the State Bar of Texas’ Pattern Jury Charges – Business, Consumer, Insurance & Employment Committee, a three-year commitment she began in 2015 and renewed in 2018.
She is also the author of Texas Insurance Coverage Litigation, The Litigator’s Practice Guide, published by Texas Lawyer Books and American Lawyer Media, a leader in specialized business news and information.