Insurance recovery and advisory
Pillsbury’s Insurance Recovery and Advisory practice is one of the first insurance policyholder practices in the US — dating back to the Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906, when the firm helped business owners recover from their insurers to rebuild the city.
We have recovered more than £6bn dollars of insurance policy proceeds for our policyholder clients, and regularly protect those clients by helping them obtain broad and appropriate insurance coverage to address the risks inherent in business today.
Our insurance recoveries include major disasters such as the Japan earthquake and tsunami and the Gulf of Mexico well blowout and oil spill, complex D&O liability disputes, and the largest insurance insolvency recovery on record. We are recognised among the leading construction insurance firms in the country, and are at the forefront of new coverages and claims in cyber security and many other areas. We advise policyholders seeking coverage under virtually every kind of insurance policy and represent policyholders around the world in all major industries.
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