Senior Counsel

Lindsay Padover, Esq.

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Bar Admissions

New York


Tulane University, B.A.
New York Law School, J.D.


Lindsay Padover is a Senior Counsel in Goldberg, Miller & Rubin’s New York City office. Her practice focuses on insurance coverage matters, including first-party coverage, claim investigation, and No-Fault litigation, emphasizing litigating declaratory actions.

Before joining GMR, Lindsay was a Senior Counsel at a litigation firm where she focused her practice on litigating declaratory actions on behalf of insurance carriers. Before that, Lindsay was a Partner at a mid-sized litigation firm in Manhattan, where she gained extensive experience representing insurance carriers in all aspects of No-Fault litigation. Lindsay has successfully litigated cases in the Civil, Supreme, and Appellate Courts of New York City, handling cases from responsive pleadings through trial. She has conducted numerous examinations under oath of insureds regarding policy procurement misrepresentations, analyzing fraudulent claims and investigating exaggerated medical treatment, providing detailed legal analysis and coverage opinions to clients.

Lindsay began her career as an Assistant District Attorney at the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. During her years as a prosecutor, Lindsay indicted over one hundred cases in the grand jury based on charges of attempted murder, assault, robbery, burglary, grand larceny, bribery, firearms possession, driving while intoxicated, as well as narcotics sale and possession. Lindsay also prosecuted felony jury trials as lead prosecutor and second chair.

Lindsay was admitted to practice in the State of New York in 2009. While in law school, Lindsay served as an Executive Editor of the Moot Court Association and received a multitude of awards and recognitions for her skills in written and oral advocacy.

When she is not practicing, Lindsay enjoys spending time with her husband, her two young daughters, and her dog, Teddy.

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