Top Insurance Defence Boutiques for 2023-24 unveiled by Canadian Lawyer

Meeting the level of excellent service that insurer clients expect

Top Insurance Defence Boutiques for 2023-24 unveiled by Canadian Lawyer
Top immigration law boutiques have been named by Canadian Lawyer

Insurers need outside firms, or their in-house talent, when it comes time to defend claims – either by way of settlement or in the courtroom.

As Stephen Simpson, vice president and associate general counsel at Sun Life Insurance, puts it: “Our external counsel must have excellent technical legal skills and provide strategic and proactive legal solutions.”

The good news is that those law firms on Canadian Lawyer’s list of top insurance defence law boutiques have received a decisive vote of confidence from their insurance company clients, for meeting high expectations and delivering results when it matters.

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