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The Importance Of In-House Claims Reporting
Proactive Risk Management is an extremely important part of the overall coverage analysis, as well as safety and rate protection.
That being said, without proper Claims Management, the best prevention plans can be relatively meaningless. At The Loomis Company, we know the importance of handling claims correctly and swiftly. By doing so, we are able to limit our clients exposures and maintain the lowest costs possible from our partner carriers. For over 30 years, we have deemed it a necessity to have our own Claims Management department in-house, in tandem with our Risk Management. The two functions need to be attached at the hip in order to produce the correct support and balance for all of our clients. So, without further ado, meet Diane Cameron:
Diane is a Risk Management Specialist with The Loomis Company providing claim advice and services to her clients. She specializes in workers’ compensation and partners with loss control to identify and analyze loss trends in the workplace. Her mission is to help employers control claim costs through collaboration with insurance carriers, ensuring proper handling and reserving procedures are appropriately and consistently followed. Experience:
Diane attended Penn State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. She enjoys over 25 years experience in the insurance industry, with a deep background in workers’ compensation. Prior to joining The Loomis Company in 2010, Diane specialized in workers’ compensation and work comp subrogation as a Claims Adjuster for both Travelers and CNA. Throughout her tenure, she managed all levels of claims, including catastrophic losses. She served on the TravComp tour team for prospective clients and received awards from two national accounts for reducing their overall claim costs. Diane also served as Trainer for new hires in both Claims and Subrogation.
The Loomis Mod Management Solution Simplification And Improvement Based On Mutual Partnership
The above Mod History Graph, taken from one of our most recent case studies of client experience, shows a dramatic decrease in Mod Score and, ultimately, premium cost. The Loomis Company School Program Division took over this account in 2012, showing a 25% decrease in actual Mod Score.
Our Solution for this type of average improvement includes the following steps: