Insurance

Recognized by U.S. News & World Report
and Best Lawyers®

Metropolitan Tier 1, Dallas/Fort Worth
Insurance Law

Metropolitan Tier 3, Houston
Insurance Law

Gardere’s all-encompassing insurance practice offers national and international clients a one-stop shop for all of their insurance needs. From coverage disputes to claims litigation to compliance with governmental regulation, our team is uniquely skilled at leading clients safely through the complex world of insurance. 

Our insurer representation group is expert at assisting clients with complex coverage disputes arising from every type of policy form. We are also skilled at handling other forms of risk transfer devices, such as reinsurance treaties, contractual indemnities and surety bonds. We are experienced in analyzing loss mitigation opportunities and prosecuting subrogation claims. Our attorneys represent clients as lead counsel in state and federal courts throughout the country – as well as in front of arbitration panels in the United States, Mexico and Europe – at every stage of complex coverage and claims litigation, from initial policy evaluation through trial and appeal.

Gardere’s nationally-recognized insurance regulatory team routinely advises clients on a wide range of complex regulatory, transactional and compliance issues, including state regulatory initiatives and matters before state regulators. We are active in multiple jurisdictions, with an emphasis on Texas, and stay up-to-date and involved in all matters affecting the insurance industry. Our team represents clients in matters involving rate and form filings, compliance, enforcement, reinsurance matters, financial solvency and Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) issues, holding company transactions, interpretation and application of statutes and regulations, national licensing or eligibility, mergers and acquisitions, and more.

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