The attorneys in Bradley’s Insurance Practice Group have substantial experience in counseling a broad range of clients on regulatory, corporate, and government relations matters. The combination of our strategic problem-solving ability and prompt, responsive service makes the firm an essential partner with companies across the entire insurance industry.
Bradley’s broad industry experience positions us to help insurers and related entities grow and sustain their business operations. We partner with our clients on acquisition of other companies or portfolios of business, which can involve public mergers, and we have incorporated, organized, and licensed insurance companies to underwrite various types of insurance, including health, prescription drug, professional liability, automobile liability, general liability, and worker’s compensation. This work includes advising committees regarding corporate governance, obtaining approvals from state insurance departments, preparing securities disclosure and filing documents, and securing certificates of authority to operate as an insurance company.
Our insurance attorneys build and maintain relationships with government officials at state and federal levels, allowing us to assist clients in monitoring legislative activity, drafting legislation, and lobbying in connection with proposed changes in legislation and administrative rule-making.
Our attorneys have deep practical knowledge of the broad range of regulatory issues that affect the insurance business. We advise insurance companies, reinsurance companies, managing general agents, reinsurance intermediaries, and insurance agencies and brokers on numerous matters, including state insurance department inquiries, examinations, holding company compliance, insurance insolvencies, and rate and form filings. Our team also counsels clients in connection with the licensing of traditional carriers, third-party administrators, agents, brokers, and claims adjusters. In addition, we advise on the structure and formation of captive insurance companies, risk retention groups, purchasing groups, group funds, and other alternative risk transfer vehicles.