Arnold W. Holaday is a partner at Resnick & Louis. Mr. Holaday specializes in defending a wide variety of insurance defense cases involving motor vehicle accidents, construction site accidents, premises liability issues, landlord-tenant issues and construction defect. Mr. Holaday is also involved in the evaluation and defense of first-party insurance fraud matters including taking examinations under oath and drafting coverage opinions.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Holaday practiced law at a prominent firm in Los Angeles for over 20 years defending cases involving personal injury, construction defect and real property title issues. In defending construction defect cases, Mr. Holaday represented general contractors in complex multi-party actions involving large residential developments. Mr. Holaday’s experience in the area of real property litigation includes defending insureds on issues involving boundary disputes, easements, mechanic’s liens, landlord-tenant liability, chain of title issues and lien priorities. Mr. Holaday received a B.A. in economics and an M.B.A. from UC Irvine. Mr. Holaday attended the University of San Francisco School of Law where he received his J.D. with honors and was a member of law review.