Legal 500 U.S. Guide Ranks Freeborn’s Insurance and Reinsurance Industry Team Among Nation’s Top Groups for Insurance Law

CHICAGO – Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce that the Legal 500 United States directory has once again recognized Freeborn’s nationally acclaimed Insurance and Reinsurance Industry Team as one of the top groups in the country for Insurance – advice to insurers. The Legal 500 U.S. guide surveys corporate counsel nationwide for their law firm and lawyer recommendations.

“We are honored to have our Reinsurance and Insurance Industry Team continually recognized by Legal 500 among the top such practices in the United States,” said Freeborn Co-Managing Partner William E. Russell. “Their knowledge and experience in specialized insurance and reinsurance proceedings sets them apart.”

Serving all areas of the global insurance and reinsurance marketplace, including insurance coverage and defense practices, Freeborn’s Insurance and Reinsurance Industry Team is one of the largest in the nation. The practice is structured to maintain an industry perspective, focusing on the problems and issues that confront clients today and cultivating the breadth and experience necessary to succeed. The attorneys advise insurance and reinsurance companies on their litigation and arbitration matters in the United States and abroad. Among the sophisticated and complex insurance and reinsurance coverage and rescission issues that the group handles are arbitration, underwriting, claims and allocation, finite reinsurance, agency, and counseling. Freeborn also assists clients with managing class actions, bankruptcies, insurance insolvencies, cross-border disputes, and other specialized proceedings. The team works seamlessly across all of Freeborn’s offices in Chicago; New York City; Richmond, Va.; Springfield, Il.; and Tampa, Fla. 

Legal 500 U.S. is part of the Legal 500 series of guides. Legal 500 is independent and recommends law firms and attorneys based solely on merit. Each year, recommendations are based on information provided by law firms, as well as feedback from surveys of peers and clients, along with qualitative and quantitative research and analysis performed by Legal 500. The rankings take into account both a firm’s transactional and litigation work. Law firm recommendations are based on national capabilities, regardless of location, and emphasize practice teams rather than individuals.