Gemini Risk Partners Purchased by Legal Malpractice Insurance Professionals


David Kramer

Gemini Risk Partners

Located in Bloomfield Hills, lawyers and insurance professionals David Kramer and Theodore Nittis have announced the launch of Gemini Risk Partners as an independent professional liability insurance brokerage. Formerly employee-owners at Oswald Companies, Kramer and Nittis will continue their affiliation with Oswald for certain insurance business.

“As former practicing attorneys, Theo and I understand the challenges that lawyers and their firms face,” says Kramer, principal of Gemini Risk Partners. “It is critical that law firms understand the appropriate amount and breadth of insurance coverage necessary, and work with a broker who can procure that coverage at reasonable prices.”  

Alike to when it was a division of the Oswald Companies, the firm will continue to focus on serving law firms. Gemini will also provide recommendations on appropriate coverage and program structure, claims assistance, insurance coverage counseling, and law firm operations consulting, in addition to offering malpractice coverage and risk management services.    

Theodore Nittis

Gemini Risk Partners

“David and I established Gemini because we bring a different perspective to the legal services community,” says Nittis, principal of Gemini Risk Partners. “We have the capabilities to combine practical risk management and best business practices to help maximize profitability for our law firm clients.”

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