Rebekah P. Bratcher counsels clients on various insurance coverage matters, with a focus on commercial crime policies and fidelity bonds.
Rebekah’s practice involves analyzing coverage issues, claims, and defenses related to fidelity bonds and commercial crime policies. She also provides critical research and document drafting on complicated commercial insurance matters.
Texas A&M University School of Law Moot Court Team, Oralist, 2021
Lead Law Clinic Student, Family & Veterans Advocacy Clinic, 2021
American Bar Association – Tort Trial Insurance Practice, Fidelity and Surety Law, Young Lawyers Division
Dallas Bar Association
State Bar of Texas – Insurance Law Section
State Bar Licenses
- Co-Author, Part I: Insuring Agreements: Fidelity, in The Financial Institution Bond and Commercial Crime Policy, Principals and Annotations (2023).
- Co-Author, Part II: Insuring Agreements: Employee Theft, in The Financial Institution Bond and Commercial Crime Policy, Principals and Annotations (2023).
- Co-Author, Groundwater Laws and Regulations: Survey of Sixteen U.S. States, Vol. II, 2022, published by the Texas A&M University School of Law, Program on Energy, Environmental and Natural Resources.