Insurance Counsel for Underwriters and Agencies

Varied state insurance regulatory requirements complicate business objectives for insurance underwriters and agencies, especially when operating in multiple states. Understanding and adapting your practices to comply with these requirements is essential to minimizing risk and avoiding unnecessary government actions. From advanced insurance compensation structures to multistate licensing and surplus lines licensing, and from information sharing arrangements to sales practices, we understand the most challenging state-based insurance laws.

McIntyre & Lemon, PLLC helps clients efficiently navigate the complex maze of federal and state laws and regulations. Applying our legal knowledge and experience, we find creative solutions to overcome the legal challenges faced by our clients so they can execute their business initiatives with confidence.

For companies seeking to establish complex entities like captive insurance companies, the need for proven expertise is even greater. Our attorneys have amassed a wealth of knowledge and experience in the legal and regulatory issues impacting insurance businesses.

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Since 1996, McIntyre & Lemon has helped insurance companies establish viable compliance management programs and government relations strategies that enable more effective business operations. Whether forming a captive insurance company, expanding into new jurisdictions or product lines, or taking a more proactive approach to limit regulatory risk, our attorneys have the specific insurance regulatory knowledge and experience to create confidence in your business operations.

For more information on how we can help solve your compliance challenges and mitigate your compliance risk, contact us.

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