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U.S. Coverage and Litigation Counsel to Global Insurers

Knowledgeable. Experienced. Efficient. Innovative.

Who We Are

Lindemann Miller Bowen is a boutique law firm devoted almost exclusively to insurance coverage and related representation of global insurers across virtually all lines of business.

Firm leadership includes former partners at an international AmLaw 100 law firm. The firm’s attorneys and non-attorney specialists are united in their dedication to providing reliable, cost-effective and consistent-quality coverage-related services to the firm’s insurer clients. The firm thrives by providing a flexible work environment predicated on mutual respect and a commitment to excellence.

The significance of the matters entrusted to us for over ten years underscores the confidence we have earned and the realization that, regardless of the size of the firm, the “team” of attorneys with whom a client works is relatively small in. Our clients get the “A” team on every matter.

What We Do

Lindemann Miller Bowen attorneys represent global insurers and reinsurers on insurance coverage claims, typically both complex and severe, across virtually all business lines.

See a representative list of business lines we serve.

Representative matters include:

Governmental entity
liability claims

$5-$20 million
each claim
Mining and natural
resource claims

$25-$100 million
each claim
Oil spill claims

$50 - $200 million
each claim
Pharmaceutical and
consumer product claims

$25 Million
each claim
Public utility natural gas pipeline explosion

$110 Million
Deepwater Horizon claims

$250 Million
Aggregate Exposure
Grain bin explosion

$20 Million
Industrial fire and explosion claims

$20 - $50 Million
Each Claim
Global warming claims
Herbicide mass tort claims

$25 - $50 Million
Each Claim
Wildfire claims

$15 - $50 Million
Each Claim
Opioid distribution and dispensing claims

Greater than $100 Million aggregate exposure

Our Approach





Commercially Sensible

in defended limits

of combined coverage experience

client satisfaction