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Andrew Hudson

Andrew focuses his practice on the defense of insurers in first-party property litigation, especially coverage disputes and extracontractual matters. He has handled cases at both the Trial and Arbitration-levels in various Pennsylvania Courts, with extensive experience in Philadelphia County. Most recently, he was on a trial team that earned a defense verdict in Philadelphia in a case with over $900,000 in dispute.

Andrew also assists carriers in matters outside of litigation, including coverage & claim issues, fraud investigations, and ensuring compliance with state insurance regulations.

Andrew obtained his law degree from the Duquesne University School of Law. Prior to law school, Andrew obtained a B.A. in Political Science from West Chester University with a focus in Applied Public Policy, while also obtaining a minor in History.

Outside of the office, Andrew enjoys playing golf, watching movies, and watching F1.

Bar Admission

  • Pennsylvania
  • Middle District of Pennsylvania


  • Duquesne University School of Law
  • West Chester University, BA, Political Science

Published Works

  • “The Ongoing Split Within The Third Circuit Over The Existence Of A Federal Mediation Privilege,” Co-Authors, Robert M. Runyon III, Esquire and Alexandra Doran, Esquire, The Pennsylvania Bar Association, Quarterly, January 2024.


  • Co-Presenter, “The Assignment of Benefits Phenomenon,” Pennsylvania Automobile Crimes Insurance Ass’n, Monthly Meeting (Philadelphia, PA) (June 2023).