Mills & Reeve’s leading insurance team includes 18 partners and more than 100 other lawyers. Their team are experts in the area, and are able to dedicate this expertise to meet your needs, from claims defence to corporate strategy.
The team acts for a number of large insurers and has a wide range of experience, so they are able to offer you the ideal combination of advice and representation to suit the needs of your business. Whether you need to defend a claim against you, or just want to make sure you are handling your corporate risk requirements proactively, the firm can give you the support and advice you need.
The 100-strong disputes team is also supported by lawyers throughout the firm with expertise in areas including education, tax and real estate, so they can give you a service that takes into account all of your corporate needs, not just insurance.
Mills & Reeve has a wide range of experience, including:
- Market disputes
- Defending insurers
- Identifying and resolving potentially fraudulent claims
- Personal injury
- Medical negligence
- Reinsurance claims
Their clients include large insurers along with a wide variety of organisations with links to the insurance sector such as financial institutions, corporate entities, charities, educational bodies and health sector organisations.
‘I cannot speak highly enough of Mills & Reeve. They have a dedicated approach and are completely client centric. They have an ability to mix a high level academic understanding of law with the pragmatism and expediency that’s required… I do not hesitate to recommend them to anyone.’— a client
‘Mills & Reeve LLP has an “impressive reputation for professional negligence work”, “provides an excellent level of service” and “understands how its clients work”.’ — Legal 500
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