Remington Huggins

Top rated Insurance Coverage attorney in Roswell, Georgia

Huggins Law Firm, LLC
Remington Huggins
Huggins Law Firm, LLC

Practice Areas: Insurance Coverage

Licensed in Georgia since: 2015

Education: Florida Coastal School of Law

Selected to Rising Stars: 2020 - 2024

Huggins Law Firm, LLC

110 Norcross St
Roswell, GA 30075 Phone: 770-913-6229 Email: Remington Huggins Visit website


Attorney J. Remington Huggins graduated from Georgia Southern University before going on to attend Florida Coastal School of Law on a Merit Scholarship. While attending Georgia Southern University, Remington obtained a full academic scholarship. In addition, he worked as a legal assistant for the Ogeechee Judicial Circuit Court in Statesboro, GA and was appointed a rare second term at his position. While in law school, Remington worked as a Corporate In-House Legal Intern at Healogics, Inc and served as a Law Clerk at The Butler Law Group. He was selected to compete on Florida Coastal’s national Mock Trial team and was selected and inducted into Florida Coastal’s Honor Board. In addition, Remington was the President and founder of the Georgia Bar Takers’ Association. Following his graduation and admission to the Georgia and Florida Bars, Remington worked as the managing attorney in his own practice specializing in representing policyholders in property insurance litigation matters. Thereafter, Remington accepted a job with The Bush Law Group, LLC in which he was named the Vice-President of the law firm and managed the Atlanta office. After four years of working with the Bush Law Group and receiving the "Attorney of the Year Award" Remington decided to start his own law firm named the Huggins Law Firm. Currently, he is the Managing Partner of the Huggins Law Firm in which he solely concentrates on property insurance coverage matters. He is admitted to practice law in the states of Georgia and Florida. As well as, The United States of America Northern District of Georgia and Middle District of Florida. In addition, he is admitted to practice in the Georgia Court of Appeals. Further, he has litigated cases in the Federal Courts of Tennessee and South Carolina. Throughout Remington’s career he has recovered millions in denied or underpaid property insurance claims.

First Admitted: 2015, Georgia

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Verdicts/Settlements (Case Results):
  • Remington Huggins has settled millions and millions in underpaid or wrongfully denied property insurance claims.
Educational Background:
  • In 2010, Remington Huggins graduated from Georgia Southern University.
Special Licenses/Certifications:
  • The Georgia Department of Insurance declared Remington Huggins in expert in the field of property insurance. Therefore, Remington Huggins has the ability to conduct educational seminars which provides his attendees with Continuing Education credits for their respected professions., 2019
  • , Rising Star Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers, 2020
  • For the fourth year in a row Remington Huggins was selected as a Rising Star Super Lawyer in 2023. , Rising Star Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers, 2023
  • , Rising Star Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers, 2022
  • , Rising Start Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers, 2021
  • Remington Huggins was recognized in Atlanta Magazine as one of Georgia's Young Outstanding Lawyers. , Georgia's Young Outstanding Lawyers, Atlanta Magazine, 2020
  • In 2019 Remington Huggins was nominated by his peers as a Legal Elite in his profession., Georgia's Legal Elite, Georgia Trend Magazine, 2019
  • In 2018 Remington Huggins recieved the Attorney of the Year Award from his previous law firm., Attorney of the Year Award Presented by The Bush Law Group, 2018
Bar/Professional Activity:
  • Remington Huggins was named an expert in Federal Court for determining reasonable attorney's fees in property insurance claims/cases. , 2022
  • Georgia Association of Public Insurance Adjusters, Board of Directors, 2022
  • Georgia Bar Admissions, 2005
  • Florida Bar Admissions, 2006
  • Board of Directors, National Claims Institute, Inc., 2021
Scholarly Lectures/Writings:
  • Remington Huggins provided guidance to his audience on the proper way to adjust commercial insurance claims in Georgia. The course provided continuing education credits to his audience. , Speaker, Adjusting Commercial Claims in Georgia, National Claims Institute, Inc., Insurance Adjusters, 2022
  • Remington Huggins spoke about the proper way to document a hurricane claim. This included a high level evaluation of the types of coverages that are associated with hurricane losses and the proper way to adjusting these claims. , Speaker/Lecture, How to Document a Hurricane Claim, National Claims Institute, 2023
  • Remington Huggins spoke about engineering reports in the world of first party property insurance claims. Mr. Huggins provided insight on how to strategically navigate an engineering report. , Speaker/Lecture, How to Fight the Engineer Denial, Name That Shingle, Property Coverage, 2023
  • Remington Huggins spoke about the complexities of adjusting a pipe burst claim. This included a high level evaluation of the types of coverages that are associated with water losses and the proper way to adjusting these claims. , Speaker/Lecture, How to Properly Adjusting Pipe Burst Claims, Georgia Association of Public Insurance Adjusters, 2023
  • Remington Huggins taught at the National Claims Institute in Florida. , Teacher, Public Adjusting for Attorneys , National Claims Institute, Inc., 2022
  • Remington Huggins presented at the American Contractors Summit. He spoke about insurance policy interpretation and the tactics used with the ambiguity of the insurance policy. , Speaker, Policy Interpretation: Insurance Tactics , American Contractors Summit , 2021
  • Remington Huggins spoke at GAPIA providing tips on how to properly adjust property insurance claims in the state of Georgia. This presentation provided "Continuing Education" Credits to attending licensed adjusters. , Speaker, How to Properly Adjust Insurance Claims in Georgia, Georgia Association of Public Adjusters, 2021
  • Remington Huggins presented at Win The Storm Conference. He discussed how to interpret insurance policy language and discussed UPPA laws for contractors. , Speaker, How to Interpret an Insurance Policy., Win The Storm Conference, 2021
  • Remington Huggins presented on how to properly adjust insurance fire claims for licensed insurance public adjusters. , Speaker, How to Adjust Fire Claims., Georgia Association of Public Adjusters, 2020
  • Remington Huggins drafted an article to address concerns of the novel COVID-19 virus and the impact on business interruption. , Author, Coronavirus Claims: The Business of Business Interruption, Georgia Association of Public Insurance Adjusters, Insurance, Bad Faith Insurance, 2020
  • This article will highlight some key post-loss obligations that a policyholder, whether it be a residential loss or a large commercial loss, must comply with. While the post-loss obligations addressed in this article can be found in the majority of property insurance policies in the state of Georgia, property insurance policies are continually changing., Author, Post- Loss Obligations: What a Policy Holder is Required to do after a Loss. , Georgia Association of Public Insurance Adjusters, Property Insurance, Bad Faith Insurance, 2019
  • In the Spring of 2019 Remington Huggins was in charge of a panel of four individuals who discussed matters concerning appraisal in property insurance matters. , Speaker, Property Insurance Appraisal Panel, Property Insurance, 2019
  • I have had the great pleasure of representing many policyholders over the last year who suffered damages due to last spring's wind and hail storms.  Many of these clients are insured with Allstate and the policies that covered their properties were the Allstate “Deluxe Plus” policy, which contains Allstate's “Standard Fire Policy Endorsement”.  As I began the process of filing suit on these cases, I read the “Deluxe Plus” policy and discovered that the “Suit Against Us” section of the policy stated: “Any suit or action must be brought within one year after the inception of loss or damage.”  However, the “Standard Fire Policy Endorsement” to this policy stated, “No suit or action on this policy for the recovery of any claim shall be sustainable in any court of law or equity unless all the requirements of this policy shall have been complied with, and unless commenced within two years next after inception of the loss.”, Author, Trust Yourself: Statute of Limitations & The Standard Fire Policy, Insurance, Bad Faith Insurance, 2018
  • Many states have made it illegal for contractors to file a claim on behalf of the policyholder, meet with an insurance adjuster to discuss coverage of a claim, or negotiate to effectuate the settlement of an insurance claim. Among other reasons, many contractors have begun using Assignment of Benefits (“AOB”) (also known as Assignment of Claim) to advance an insurance claim., Author, Assignment of Benefits & Fictitious Business Names - What Public Adjusters Need to Know when Working with Contractors. , Property Insurance, Bad Faith Insurance, 2018
  • In the Fall of 2018 Remington Huggins gave an educational presentation on the duties a policy holders has after suffering a loss covered under their applicable insurance policy., Speaker, Duties After a Loss: Property Insurance, Property Insurance, 2018
  • In the Fall of 2017 Remington Huggins gave an educational presentation on interpreting insurance policy language., Speaker, Property Insurance Policy Interpretation , Property Insurance, 2017
Other Outstanding Achievements:
  • Remington Huggins was selected to serve as the primary attorney advocating for Georgia House Bill 1310.  The purpose of Georgia House Bill 1310 was to provide policy holders across the state of Georgia with more rights during the insurance claims process. , 2022
  • Remington Huggins was asked to be the selected mediator on a highly complex property insurance claim involving many issues.  , 2023
  • Remington Huggins was asked to serve as an expert witness for reasonable attorney's fees in Federal Court for property insurance claims. , 2022
Representative Clients:
  • “Mr. Huggins and his staff treated us like friends, not simply another case. We will be forever grateful for all they did for us during that very challenging time in our lives.” Mr. and Mrs. H, 2023
Industry Groups:
  • Commercial Properties

Office location for Remington Huggins

110 Norcross St
Roswell, GA 30075


5 Years Rising Stars
  • Rising Stars: 2020 - 2024

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