We are the insurance broker for those that demand more: more options, more control, and more expertise.
Our National Energy Practice has a proven track record.
We are proud of the long standing relationships we have built in the independent power, renewable energy, and utility sectors. Sophisticated energy risk programs require an experienced and proficient advocate.
Whether you are investing in a company, extending credit, or engaging in an arbitrage of the market, the risks are acute.
Moreover, the increase in government regulation and threat of litigation when customers and investors are disappointed has never been greater.
We have a team of professionals with extensive healthcare experience in the industry.
With both clinical and risk financing experience, we come prepared to understand and offer creative solutions for your particular challenges.
We are a partner and advocate for our clients in the hospitality industry.
We know your industry inside and out, so we understand your complex insurance and risk management needs.
Beecher Carlson’s National Manufacturing Practice knows your industry inside and out.
Our team of loss control and claims consultants represent the most influential and respected professionals in the manufacturing industry.
Your responsibilities demand the best insurance coverage possible while keeping costs under control.
We know you have high expectations when it comes to managing your risk, budget, and professional vendor relationships.
We value depth of knowledge and account familiarity over geographic convenience.
Our National Real Estate Practice specializes in insurance and risk management for property owners and managers.
Increase Margins and Create Consistent Growth.
Operational efficiencies, such as building consistent same-store sales growth, improving supply chain management, or sharing best practices across locations, drive profitability.
Cutting-edge analytics to support your growth towards the future.
Network security, D&O liability, business continuity, cost pressures, reputational risk, and protection of intellectual property are just a few of the business issues technology companies face.