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EarlStorrs III

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"I strive to obtain the best results for clients by understanding their goals and keeping them abreast throughout the litigation process."



Earl concentrates his practice on insurance coverage disputes and torts and products liability defense matters. He helps clients navigate the complex nature of these issues by consulting with them to evaluate the merits of potential claims and representing them in arbitrations, mediations, and administrative trials in New York State courts. Earl has experience in a broad array of litigation, including insurance-related disputes and commercial litigation matters.

Bar Associations

  • New York State Bar Association
  • Monroe County Bar Association
  • Rochester Black Bar Association

Representative Experience

  • Obtained a settlement for a client in an identity theft claim.
  • Assisted in reaching a settlement in a dispute between life insurance beneficiaries.
  • Obtained a settlement in a breach of contract claim for a client.
  • Successfully argued a motion to disinter and transfer remains between cemetery plots.
  • Successfully defended pro bono clients in eviction proceedings.
  • Represented clients in administrative proceedings, including before the NYS Workers' Compensation Board.

Prior Experience

  • Pullano & Farrow PLLC, Associate
  • Pullano & Farrow PLLC, Law Clerk

Selected Community Activities

  • Rochester Housing Charities, Board Member
  • JustCause New York, Volunteer Attorney

Selected Honors

  • Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America®: Insurance Law, 2024
  • Selected to Super Lawyers Upstate New York Rising Stars: Insurance Coverage, 2023

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