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Stacey K. Skadberg


Stacey is a member of the Insurance Solutions Practice Group where she draws upon her comprehensive insurance experience to evaluate complex coverage questions and craft informed opinions and recommendations for her clients.  Stacey is well versed in policy interpretation, claim processes, and litigation. She provides coverage analysis and strategic advice on matters of third-party liability, first party property disputes, additional-insured disputes, complex claims and large losses, and extra-contractual exposures. She also provides support for her team in matters of coverage litigation. She brings value to her clients in her attention to detail and exceptional writing abilities.    

Prior to joining the firm, Stacey served as a senior casualty claim representative and commercial lines underwriting supervisor for an established New England property and casualty insurance company. Before moving to Vermont, Stacey served as law clerk to the Hon. Lenore R. Gelfman in the Circuit Court for Howard County and worked at a mid-size insurance defense firm where she represented policyholders in tort and regulatory actions involving medical malpractice, premises liability, motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death and personal injury. Stacey finds insurance work rewarding and challenging and feels fortunate to have stumbled into the industry.

Stacey holds an active P&C License and is working on her CPCU designation. Stacey earned her J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law. In addition to serving as an Articles Editor for the Journal of Business & Technology Law, Stacey focused much of her time working within the school’s Mediation Clinic and staffing the mediation docket in the District Court for Baltimore City. She received her B.A. with a major in English-Political Science and a minor in Spanish from McDaniel College in Maryland and had the opportunity to study abroad in Budapest, Hungary. 

Stacey and her husband moved to Central Vermont in 2015 where they live with their son and Stacey’s father on a beautiful property off a quiet dirt road outside of Montpelier. Beyond work, Stacey loves to cook, bake, garden, read, and occasionally foster dogs for a local rescue. She and her family spend much of the summer camping in their RV and have a deep love for the Pacific Northwest and the Maine coast. Stacey currently serves as Vice Chair on her local Development Review Board and is member of the Vermont Bar Association.