Mr. Gregory N Bittle Esq.


About Mr. Gregory N Bittle Esq.

Mr. Bittle is a cum laude graduate of William Mitchell College of Law, where he spent two years on the William Mitchell Law Review and took honors in Contracts, Insurance Law, and Labor Law. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota. With a dozen years inside the insurance industry, he will bring the insight and confidence necessary to any personal injury or insurance claim. The bulk of Mr. Bittle's career was spent in the insurance claims area handling personal injury liability claims in multiple U.S. jurisdictions. He has resolved thousands of claims, and negotiated dozens of mediations and settlement conferences. He has worked for SUPERVALU INC, Best Buy, Allstate Insurance, General Casualty Insurance, and Northland Insurance. Mr. Bittle will bring inside experience to understanding your injury claim, and provide reliable and pragmatic advice for your biggest decisions.


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Work experience

Claim Administrator / Assistant Risk Manager | 2009 - Present
Senior large loss and complex litigation claim analysist, with funtional duties as assistant risk manager for national transportation and distribution liability. Primary duties to manage semi-trucking and retail premises liability litigation nationally.
Bittle Bosman & Hansen LLC
Attorney | 2008 - Present
Managing partner at Bittle Bosman & Hansen LLC, a personal service law firm specializing in personal injury, consumer protection, and general practice for everyday consumers.
Northland Insurance
Sr. Technical Specialist | 2007 - 2009
Trucking and commercial auto personal injury litigation management. National coverage for case management and primary negotiation / resolution duties. Multiple mediations and settlements.


William Mitchell College of Law
J.D, Law | 2004 - 2008
Honors: Cum Laude; Honors for Insurance Law, Contracts and Labor Law; Deans List, William Mitchell Law Review; Academic Scholarship


Academic Honors in Labor Law
Minnesota State ar Assoc - Employment & Labor Law Section | 2008


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