Steven K. DiLiberto
Three Logan Square
1717 Arch Street, Suite 1310
Philadelphia, PA 19103
- Villanova University School of Law; Juris Doctorate, 2000, Cum Laude
- Rutgers University; B.A. Political Science, 1993, Honors
- Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
- United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
Steven K. DiLiberto is an associate in the Philadelphia office of Fowler Hirtzel McNulty & Spaulding. Mr. DiLiberto has represented insurance companies in a wide array of coverage disputes in state and federal trial and appellate courts. His primary areas of expertise are in insurance coverage, bad faith litigation, and insurance defense.
Prior to FHMS, Mr. DiLiberto worked for a defense firm where he practiced bad faith, insurance coverage and defense. There, he provided coverage opinions and advised insurers throughout the claims handling process. He represented matters regarding claims arising out of coverage disputes, excess verdict/judgement cases, time-limit demands, and alleged improper claim handling and unfair trade practices. Furthermore, Mr. DiLiberto was employed by ACE USA (now Chubb) as a Coverage Director for Casualty Claims. There, he managed insurance coverage litigation that involved multi-million dollar claims throughout the United States. Additionally, as the Senior Counsel at Travelers, he handled numerous insurance coverage and bad faith matters. Mr. DiLiberto provided coverage opinions and legal advice to a 500+ person claim center as well as conducted training on a variety of issues regarding additional insured issues, fraud investigations, good faith/bad faith handling, and EUOs.
Mr. DiLiberto received his Juris Doctorate from Villanova University’s School of Law and graduated cum laude. While at Villanova, he was an associate editor for the Villanova Law Review and was initiated into the Order of the Coif.