Captive Insurance

Firm founder John Primmer formed the first Vermont captive insurer in 1982. Today, Vermont is the preeminent domestic domicile for captive insurers, and Primmer is the leading law firm representing captives in Vermont and other domiciles. Primmer represents more than 200 captives and alternative risk facilities, including single parent, associations, risk retention groups, industrial insureds, reciprocals, sponsored captives, risk purchasing groups, branch captives and special purpose financial insurance companies. Primmer works continuously on behalf of its clients to maintain a sound but flexible regulatory environment, both in Vermont and in other leading domiciles.

Services Provided:

    • Evaluation, planning and organization
    • Regulatory and corporate matters
    • Strategy, restructuring, mergers, loss portfolio transfers and other major transactions
    • Directorial and corporate support
    • Fronting arrangements
    • Risk retention group and risk purchasing group registrations
    • Policy drafting and interpretation
    • Reinsurance agreement negotiation, review and coverage
    • Coverage, claims services, litigation and dispute resolution
    • Legislative and regulatory initiatives

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