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As insurance industry veterans we can relate to the challenges faced by insurance organizations. Our focus is to work with business leaders to assist them with the implementation of proven solutions that will have a quantifiable impact on improving indemnity results, increasing productivity, lowering expenses while giving customers an awesome customer experience.
We work with insurance carriers, self insureds and administrators of all sizes in areas ranging from liability recognition and negotiation strategy to fraud investigation and management training.
Simple solutions, such as increased utilization of alternative parts or more accurate subrogation identification can drive immediate organizational improvements. Did you know that more than 15% of all claims are closed with a missed subrogation opportunity, at a cost of $15 billion dollars annually. This despite studies showing that between 34% and 38% of all collision claims are closed with an improper assessment of comparative negligence. It is this type of organizational gap that can be used to gain an immediate competitive edge in the marketplace.
As former business leaders in the P&C industry, we recognize the challenges of an increasingly competitive marketplace and have proven solutions to give your organization an immediate lift.
With diversified and worldwide industry leadership, our executive team implements processes with guaranteed bottom line results. Our Six Sigma Lean expertise enables us to quickly identify organizational gaps and customize solutions to maximize your bottom line. It is steps like this take will take your organization from ordinary to extraordinary.
Our predictive modeling has been used by carriers large and small to identify claims where subrogation was overlooked. In one case study, our client used this process and identified $24 million dollars in missed recovery opportunities; claims closed by adjusters that were never referred to subrogation.