Insuralex is the only insurance focused international network ranked in Global Chambers as a Leading Law Firm Network / Band 1.
Founded two decades ago, in 2002, Insuralex (Trusted International Legal Advisors for (Re) Insurance) is a group created by more than 50 independent law firms from Europe, North America, Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Middle East that specialise in Insurance and Reinsurance coverage, defence, litigation and all other related legal services.
Insuralex´s clients can take advantage of a powerful network from each side of the world, from Miami to Australia.
Globalisation and changes in the world wide Insurance market enable Insurers and Reinsurers to market their products across national borders in a growing global economy. Different local laws and procedures may affect the conduct of insurance business on a cross-border basis and this is evident in the handling of international or multinational claims.
An Insurer can navigate these complexities by using a group of lawyers from different jurisdictions who are each specialised in their respective national insurance and reinsurance law systems but who are also affiliated to work with each other.
Insuralex exists to provide its members with a world-wide referral network of the highest quality in the fields of insurance, reinsurance, coverage, defense and litigation.
Insuralex works for a wide range of clients including insurance and reinsurance companies, Lloyd’s syndicates, insurance and reinsurance brokers as well as captives and self-insured companies.
Insuralex is an elite grouping of insurance law firms and gaining membership is difficult. Each member of Insuralex is considered to be a leading practice in this specialist field within its national jurisdiction.
Insuralex has represented major companies in some of the most significant disputes.
Insuralex Latin American insurance law practice covers countries such as: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Latest Insuralex Latin American Reports: