Vincent J. Iozzi

Vincent J. Iozzi

Partner
Office:Philadelphia, PA
Phone:(215)931-5804
Cell:(215)519-3838
Email:viozzi@margolisedelstein.com
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Vincent J. Iozzi is a partner in the firm’s subrogation department. He has successfully recovered millions of dollars for domestic and global insurance carriers and self-insureds in commercial and residential casualty losses involving a variety of fact patterns including fire, flood, environmental contamination, explosion, collapse, construction defect, product liability, transportation, utilities, motor vehicle, bailment, blasting, fraud, embezzlement, theft, professional liability, breach of contract, personal injury protection, med pay, vehicle defects, mass tort, class action, arson, electrical failure, liens, indemnification and contribution.

Mr. Iozzi also defends select insurance companies and businesses in significant personal injury and property damage claims involving product liability, premises, trucking and other casualty events. He also represents companies in commercial disputes including wage and hour, construction, government contracting, mechanic liens and payment and performance bonds. Mr. Iozzi’s transactional experience includes construction agreements, leases, sales agreements, bonds, liens, employment agreements, and other business contracts.

Mr. Iozzi graduated from St. Joseph’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Business. He obtained his J.D. from Villanova University School of Law and he is licensed to practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He began his legal career as a law clerk for the Honorable William W. Vogel of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas. Mr. Iozzi has litigated matters along the eastern United States, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, New York, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida, as well as with the American Arbitration Association and Arbitration Forums, Inc.

Education:

  • Villanova University School of Law (J.D.)
  • St. Joseph’s University (B.S.)

Bar Admissions:

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey

Court Admissions:

  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit

Professional Affiliations:

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Philadelphia Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • New Jersey Bar Association
  • National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP)

Representative Matters:

  • Ammonia release from defective HVAC system at commercial refrigerated warehouse contaminates millions of pounds of frozen meat and produce
  • Vehicle fire destroys multiple condominium buildings
  • HVAC contractor’s negligence causes air handler coil to freeze and rupture, flooding newly built multi-million-dollar college facility
  • Large styrene release into potable water source due to improperly installed storm water pipe liner
  • Defective sprinkler head floods major metropolitan public defender’s offices
  • House fire from plumber’s improper use of electric pipe thawing device destroys valuable ocean front property
  • Improperly designed and installed rooftop air handler for hospital releases large quantity of glycol into surgical theaters and supply rooms
  • Improper venting of steam cleaner by tenant ignites fire, destroys large warehouse
  • Rental agent’s neglect to heed tenant complaints about faulty electric results in fire destroying shore rental property
  • “Good Samaritan” neighbor uses halogen light to thaw pipes under insured’s house, setting fire and destroying exclusive ocean front property
  • Defective microwave sparks fire that destroys prominent attorney’s home
  • Water main rupture destroys historic college walkway
  • Propane explosion and fire levels 8,000 sq. foot house under construction
  • Petroleum release from overfill of above ground storage tank pollutes facility and nearby water way
  • Defective chilled water circulating pump ruptures and floods world renowned children’s hospital
  • Improper repairs ignite fork lift fire, setting off sprinkler system in paper factory
  • Heating oil release at prominent high school from contractor’s negligence
  • Defective tractor trailer erupts in fire destroying $12 million in pharmaceuticals in transport
  • Armed theft of prescription drugs from warehouse due to lack of security by landlord
  • Negligent subcontractor drills into main power feed of busy Washington DC hospital during renovation project
  • Painting contractor damages majority of windows of all glass building of non-profit institution in Massachusetts during exterior louver painting project
  • Switchgear failure at pharmaceutical manufacturing facility hangs up during power outage destroying valuable cell lots in production
  • Tow truck operator stores wrecked car in garage without disconnecting battery causing fire that destroys garage and attached strip shopping center
  • Worker traumatically injected with hydraulic fluid by improper use of cement mixer
  • Worker electrocuted by improperly energized ground cable
  • Negligent use of candle by tenant destroys Delaware beach rental property (defeating Sutton doctrine defense)
  • Defective dehumidifier causes residential fire (overcoming spoliation defense caused by emergency services contractor cleaning scene before investigation)
  • Attorney fees and costs recovered for failure to pay AFI award
  • Recovery of indemnity and defense costs including attorneys’ fees for failing to provide a defense to project architect
  • Defective specialized vacuum truck erupts into flames at major Florida amusement park during grease trap cleaning, torching the truck and surrounding property
  • Certified national, state and local historic landmark is severely damaged by adjacent construction

Recognitions and Accomplishments:

  • C.S.R.P. - Certified Subrogation Recovery Professional National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP)