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Lindquist & Vennum Named a Top Six Insurance Recovery Firm

Business Insurance Magazine

Business Insurance Magazine has ranked Lindquist & Vennum 6th in the nation based on the number of past and current insurance recovery clients served. Over the past two decades the firm’s Insurance Recovery Group has helped commercial policyholders of all types and sizes obtain coverage from their property and liability insurers – including litigation and resolution of complex coverage disputes.


  • Assessing insurance and other risk-transfer needs
  • Analyzing insurance implications of mergers, acquisitions and other transactions
  • Comparatively analyzing insurance products and policies
  • Preparing notifications and proofs of loss
  • Responding to reservation of rights and coverage denials
  • Monitoring insurers’ investigation and handling of claims
  • Working with accountants and others to assess losses and insurance proceeds due
  • Evaluating and pursuing claims against insolvent insurers and guaranty associations
  • Negotiating with insurers (including using alternative dispute resolution)
  • Filing regulatory complaints and advancing enforcement
  • Pursuing litigation, from initial case analysis and discovery through trial and appeal
Duff, Christine
Communications and Brand Manager

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