Insurance law is a highly complex area in which there is no substitute for market knowledge, technical excellence and sector expertise. The right expertise will help ensure the quick and favourable resolution to a dispute.
Keystone's Insurance team handles a wide variety of insurance matters.
On the contentious side, we handle small domestic claims as well as extremely large, complex, international disputes. Coverage disputes represent a particularly strong area of expertise. The team has an excellent track record of achieving settlements through early pre-action negotiation, mediation and the Financial Ombudsman. We take a commercial and pragmatic approach in seeking to resolve insurance disputes and will only suggest litigation where absolutely necessary.
On the non-contentious side, we advise on policy drafting and compliance issues including risk reduction strategies. Our health and safety practice focuses on reducing accident rates and assisting clients in achieving and maintaining compliance within health and safety law. Our approach is grounded in industry best practice and designed to add value by designing and implementing tailored health and safety management systems and risk reduction strategies.
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Antony is a highly experienced commercial and product liability specialist, handling primarily disputes that arise from international trade. His practice focuses on acting for insurers and manufacturers in product liability claims.
Steven is an insurance litigation lawyer with nearly 20 years’ experience of general insurance work, with particular expertise in defending local authorities, public authorities and insurers against the whole range of civil claims brought against them.
Nancy has advised for more than 20 years, both in London and New York, on mergers and acquisitions in the reinsurance and insurance industries, most particularly for property casualty companies.
James is an established expert in the insurance and reinsurance field, well known for both detailed legal and strategic advice.
A specialist in insurance claims work, Marie-Claire advises in relation to claims ranging from professional negligence to complex insurance coverage disputes.
Lawyer and mathematician Jennifer’s practice focuses on transactional and corporate insurance and reinsurance. She advises insurance firms, (both life and non-life), brokers, banks, hedge funds, private equity, protection and indemnity clubs (P and I Clubs) and financial institutions in, or involved with, the insurance and risk sectors.
Alex has a diverse litigation practice derived from his practical underwriting experience in the City and commercial background in retail prior to qualifying as a solicitor. His practice covers various sectors and encompasses both domestic and international disputes.
Jonathan is a highly experienced marine specialist, with a broad legal practice that focuses on both the domestic and international yachting sector. His client base comprises banks and private individuals in the yacht and superyacht industry.
Jane is a commercial dispute resolution lawyer who advises companies, board members and high-net-worth individuals on risk and the avoidance and resolution of disputes both domestic and international.
Naomi is a skilled personal injury and dispute resolution lawyer who has represented corporate and public bodies for over thirteen years, defending employer, public and property damage claims. She also advises clients in the holiday and travel industry on claims involving foreign and multi-jurisdictional issues.
Douglas is a corporate lawyer who specialises in providing both transactional and regulatory advice on transactions relating to the insurance markets. He acts for insurers, insurance intermediaries, and buyers of insurance.
Ben has advised on pensions and employee benefits for fifteen years. He has a broad range of experience in occupational and personal pension schemes, both domestic and international. Ben provides legal counsel on corporate transactions as well as the establishment, maintenance, restructuring, and insolvency of pension schemes.
Jason is a consultant in the Litigation team specialising in construction, product liability, and property litigation. He has acted for blue chip construction and property companies, insurance companies, high-net-worth individuals, retailers and estate managers.
Peter is a commercial lawyer with experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts across a wide range of industries and sectors.
Benjamin has over 15 years’ experience in yachting and luxury asset law, specialising in finance, construction and purchase, and operational matters including taxation, insurance and employment. He also advises in relation to private aviation and art.
As a specialist in personal injury litigation with over 20 years’ experience, Cordelia represents insurers and their insureds in a broad range of public and commercial sectors.
Nilam is a dual US- and UK-qualified insurance and reinsurance expert. Specialising in directors and officers, financial lines, and professional negligence, with an emphasis on those professionals advising on financial transactions, she is one of very few lawyers outside of the US with expertise in this area.
Philip specialises in technology disputes and cyber security incident response. His background as an insurance lawyer means that he also has extensive experience advising on policy coverage issues.
Nelson is a trainee solicitor who works with Jason Kallis on a range of legal duties related to construction, product liability, and property litigation. He has particular expertise in drafting litigation-related documents, as well as assisting on non-contentious matters in construction and real estate.
Jonathan specialises in resolving professional negligence claims and has done so for over 14 years. In that time, he has acted on claims against a wide variety of professionals including solicitors, accountants, insurance brokers, financial advisers, surveyors, structural engineers, project managers, estate agents, health & safety consultants, and IT consultants.