Insurance Insolvency ⁄ Regulation

LYDECKER - Insurance Insolvency ⁄ Regulation

Insurance Regulatory Law Attorneys

We represent several insurance guaranty associations in connection with both regulatory and claims matters.

Our attorneys have counseled claimants of various types in insurance company insolvency matters as well as advising insurers. In addition, we have represented insurance companies, policyholders, guaranty associations, reinsurers and reinsureds, third-party administrators, and others in connection with insurance insolvencies in various jurisdictions.

Other insolvency counseling includes strategic counseling regarding risk-based capital requirements and potential adverse regulatory outcomes, counseling for troubled insurers and/or their reinsurers to avoid receiverships and representation of creditors of insolvent insurers in state liquidation or conservatorship proceedings.

Speak With Our Insurance Regulation Lawyers

Speak with insurance insolvency and regulation attorneys that are fully committed to assisting our clients. Schedule a legal consultation with our insurance regulatory lawyers in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and throughout Florida.

Lydecker also specializes in insurance regulatory law in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida, and California.

Insurance Insolvency ⁄ Regulation Team

Mr. de Zayas’ experience includes debtor-creditor law, bankruptcy, insurance insolvency, construction litigation, employment litigation, and appeals.
Mr. Johnson specializes in the representation of insurers and corporations in a broad range of complex business and tort matters, including environmental claims and professional negligence and other complex actions. Mr. Johnson also has experience litigating government municipal matters throughout the state of Florida.
Vivian Bauza is an Associate attorney in the firm's Miami office. Ms. Bauza regularly represents domestic and foreign clients in various industry sectors in transactions and disputes across multinational borders and insolvency proceedings.

Vivian Bauza