Nicole Council represents major property insurers focusing on complex property damage cases caused by construction and/or product defects or design. She advises employers, businesses and insurers in a wide range of subrogation matters involving explosions, structural damage, construction defects, products liability and other catastrophic failures.
Nicole worked full-time while attending Widener University Delaware Law School in the evening, including serving as a full-time clerk in the Subrogation Department during her final year of law school.
Prior to joining White and Williams, Nicole worked in the insurance industry for prominent insurers handling both residential and commercial property damage and bodily injury claims, including work on the catastrophic team. This experience has transitioned well into Nicole’s legal career, providing her with a deeper understanding of the needs of the insurers.
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Widener University Delaware Law School, JD, 2020
Liberty University, MBA, 2011
University of Maryland Eastern Shore, BS, magna cum laude, 2000
Philadelphia Bar Association