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Andrew A. Beerworth Director


Office: 802.658.2311

Direct: 802.860.4111

Andrew Beerworth is a member of the Insurance Services and Litigation teams at PF+C.  He devotes much of his practice to the defense of commercial insurers, large companies, small businesses, and private individuals in complex insurance, general liability, and workers’ compensation cases. Andrew advises and represents clients in all aspects of the pre-litigation, litigation, and appellate processes. Prior to joining PF+C in 2010, Andrew worked for the Boston-based firm, Morrison Mahoney LLP, where he concentrated on insurance litigation.

Professional + Community

Chittenden County Bar Association

Defense Research Institute

National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association

Rhode Island Bar Association

Tri-State Defense Lawyers Association

Vermont Bar Association

First Night Burlington Inc., Board Member

Leadership Champlain Alumni, Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce

Vermont Ski Areas Association


Best Lawyers in America®, 2017-2020

Super Lawyers, New England Rising Star, 2014 – 2017


Sellers Beware: Vermont Retailers Have Limited Recourse Against Manufacturers of Defective Products after Heco v. Foster Motors, 41 Vermont Bar Journal 4 (2016)

“New “Ban-the-Box” Legislation Eliminates the Easy Button for Avoiding Negligent Hiring Liability.” National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association. 1 Dec. 2014 <http://nrrda.org>.

The Vermont Supreme Court Nullifies the AMA Guides’ Diagnostic Criteria for Rating Impairments Due to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in Workers’ Compensation Cases, TDLA Newsletter (September 2013)

Putting Risk Back on the Downhill Edge: The Case for Meaningful Limitations on Ski Area Liability, 38 Vermont Bar Journal 2 (2012)

United States v. Stevens: A Proposal for Criminalizing Crush Videos Under Current Free Speech Doctrine, 35 Vermont Law Review 4 (2011)

Emerging Trends in Construction Indemnity and Insurance Law, 58 Rhode Island Bar Journal 17 (March/April 2010)

Work Product and Witness Statements: Revisiting the Categorical Approach, 56 Rhode Island Bar Journal 25 (2007)

Religion in the Marketplace: Establishments, Pluralisms, and the Doctrinal Eclipse of Free Exercise, 26 Thomas Jefferson Law Review 333 (2004)

Treating Spiritual and Legal Counselors Differently: Mandatory Reporting Law and the Limitations of Current Free Exercise Doctrine, 10 Roger Williams University Law Review 73 (2004)

Hobbies + Interests

Skiing, biking, swimming, hiking, paddle boarding and spending time with family.