Bridget M. Talerico

Practice Focus:

Bridget focuses her practice primarily upon insurance defense where she represents businesses and individuals in general insurance, personal injury, property damage, and labor law litigation actions. She also represents the insurance companies in subrogation actions.

   Before coming to Osborn, Reed & Burke, Bridget served as an Associate Attorney for Petrone & Petrone P.C. where she defended insurance companies and their insureds in personal injury, property damage, business and labor law actions. Prior to that, Bridget worked as a plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer where she focused her practice primarily on lead paint litigation. Bridget also has experience in real estate, family, matrimonial, criminal, DWI/traffic, bankruptcy, and workers’ compensation matters. She has trial experience in the following areas of law: insurance defense, personal injury, small claims, landlord-tenant and family law matters.

Latest Post

The Third Department in Binghamton Precast & Supply Corp. v Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company holds that the defendant raised a triable issue of fact as to whether the plaintiff mitigated its losses relative to a business interruption policy.

The Court of Appeals’ decision in Rivera v Montefiore Medical Center (2016 NY Slip Op 06854 [October 20, 2016]) concerned the adequacy of defendant’s expert disclosure and the timeliness of plaintiff’s objection to the same.

On May 2, 2016, the Firm celebrated its centennial with a party at ORBs...

Osborn, Reed & Burke, LLP is pleased to announce that partner, Jennifer M. Schwartzott, Esq., was a winner of The Daily Record's Top Women in Law award for 2016 and associate, Jennifer B. Tarolli, Esq., was a winner of The Daily Record's Up & Coming Attorney award for 2016...

Osborn Reed & Burke, LLP is proud to announce that Aimee L. Koch, a partner at the firm, has been named by the Girl Scouts of Western New York (GSWNY) as a Woman of Distinction...

“‘A merry Christmas, Bob,’ said Scrooge, with an earnestness that could not be mistaken, as he clapped him on the back. ‘A merrier Christmas, Bob, my good fellow..."