By Mark Eveland and Deb Zonies Life expectancy in the United States has declined for the second year in a row according to the latest study from the Center for Disease Control. When this news broke last year it hit like a bombshell and then was forgotten by most. While two data points do not […]

By Dan Myer V.P. of Client Services A good third party administrator is an important player in your plan to bring a settlement to closure as quickly and efficiently as possible. I would like to pass along some observations I’ve made about the role of a third party administrator based on my thirty-five years of […]

By Scott Heisman Managing workflow within a high volume claims process often revolves around making “tweaks” to manual processes or to interface screens in order to eke out small, incremental efficiency gains.  These are ow-risk changes, but the returns are also small. But if all you ever focus on are those incremental improvements, to really […]

By Dan Myer The art of negotiating claim settlements in complex medical and exposure-related cases has been discussed by many parties in the Insurance and legal communities over many years. My experience in handling and negotiating asbestos claims on behalf of over 50 defendants for over 20 years in both state and federal courts has […]