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Sarabeth “Sara” Rangiah is an associate in the Insurance Coverage practice group where she represents insurance carrier clients in coverage cases involving environmental, toxic tort, health care, and professional liability matters in state and federal courts. Sara also provides clients with coverage analysis and recommendations regarding primary, umbrella, and excess general liability policies.

Previously, Sara worked for insurance carriers where she analyzed coverage and liability issues involving food borne illnesses, premises liability, and medical malpractice cases. She also counseled clients on a variety of pre-litigation coverage matters.

Sara received her J.D. from the George Washington University Law School, and her Bachelor of Arts from Adelphi University. She is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, Maryland, New York and the United States District Court of Maryland.

While in law school Sara practiced as a Student Attorney in the Jacob Burns Legal Clinics, where she assisted members of the D.C. community to seek protective orders and protect their privacy rights on social media platforms.

Sara is originally from Queens, NY and before law school worked on local political campaigns.

  • July 2022
    Massachusetts High Court Rules that a Business Owners Liability Policy Does Not Cover Attorney’s Fees Awarded under the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Statute
    On July 6, 2022, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts determined that an award for attorney’s fees under the Massachusetts consumer protection statute, M.G.L. c. 93A (“Chapter 93A” or “the statute”), was not covered under a business owners liability policy because attorney’s fees awarded under the statute do not constitute damages “because of” bodily ... Read More
  • May 2022
    California Governor Signs Legislation Raising Non-Economic Damages Cap on Medical Malpractice Awards
    On May 22, 2022, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 35 (“A.B. 35”) resulting in major changes to the state’s Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (“MICRA” or “the Act”). These changes include among other changes, an increase to the cap of noneconomic damages awarded to plaintiffs in medical malpractice lawsuits. Originally enacted in 1975, MICRA established a ... Read More
  • January 2022
    Recently Signed New York Law Sets New Mandatory Insurance Disclosures
    [Update] On February 25, 2022, Governor Kathy Hochul passed into law Senate Bill 7882 scaling back the Act’s most stringent requirements including, among other things, eliminating the disclosure requirements for defendants in litigation pending prior to the Act’s passage, extending the time to make disclosures from sixty days to ninety days after service of an answer, and removing from disclosures information ... Read More
  • November 2021
    New Video: The Women's Initiative
    https://youtu.be/FzPUmIUB2-0 Attorney Sarabeth Rangiah discusses the efforts of Jackson & Campbell's women attorneys to support one another in a legal world predominantly still run by men. Jackson & Campbell, P.C.'s attorneys are among the most respected in Washington, routinely winning national awards and high rankings from organizations like The Best Lawyers in America, Super Lawyers, Who's Who in America, and many ... Read More
  • July 2021
    National Survey of COVID-19 Immunity Legislation
    (as of July 23, 2021) [1] The below survey of federal and state legislation, guidance, and executive action provides information regarding enacted and proposed legislation and executive orders issued to provide immunity protections for liability, in certain respects, to health care professionals, facilities, and volunteers in the course of their treatment of individuals during the course of the COVID-19 ... Read More
  • May 2021
    National Survey of COVID-19 Medical Malpractice Immunity Legislation (As of May 24, 2021)
      (as of May 24, 2021) [1] The below survey of federal and state legislation, guidance, and executive action provides information regarding enacted and proposed legislation and executive orders issued to provide immunity protections for liability, in certain respects, to health care professionals, facilities, and volunteers in the course of their treatment of individuals during the course of the COVID-19 ... Read More
  • March 2021
    National Survey of COVID-19 Medical Malpractice Immunity Legislation (As of March 8, 2021)
     [1] The below survey of federal and state legislation, guidance, and executive action provides information regarding enacted and proposed legislation and executive orders issued to provide immunity protections for liability, in certain respects, to health care professionals, facilities, and volunteers in the course of their treatment of individuals during the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and the declared national ... Read More