Serving Virginia's Legal Community Since 2001
Who Better to Protect You?
Virginia Barristers Alliance Inc. (VBAI) is a wholly owned insurance agency subsidiary of The Virginia Bar Association. VBAI was created by attorneys for attorneys. We understand your individual and firm needs.
VBAI's independent agents provide the attorneys of Virginia, their colleagues, staff and families with the highest quality consultative insurance available in the marketplace. Insurance clients may be VBA members but membership is not a requirement. We can provide the benefit of insurance coverage to all lawyers in Virginia.
To best serve Virginia lawyers, we consult with the prospective client and then bring all available options to the table. As independent agents we represent multiple insurers. All of the companies are highly rated. The financial strength, longevity, claims-paying ability and overall quality of these companies are of paramount importance.
We ensure client satisfaction with follow up and follow through.
Our integrity and professionalism mirrors that of the VBA. Favor us with your business, and know that the relationship supports your profession. VBAI returns profits to the VBA, where it helps keep dues low and finances programs, services and year-round advocacy for attorneys.
Here to serve you
Looking for a particular insurance professional at VBAI? Here's a list of our team members.
Licensing: The states in which we are licensed for life, long-term care, health and disability insurance and fixed annunities
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VBAI: Serving Virginia's Legal Community Since 2001
Life, Long-Term Care, Health, Disability & Fixed Annuities
Professional Liability & Business Coverage
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