AAIMCo Members Are The Most Sought-after Fee Based Professionals On Matters Related To Insurance And Risk
Areas Of Expertise Include Agent/Agency, Company/Wholesaler, Corporations/Enterprise, Government And Law
AAIMCo is a trade association comprised of insurance and risk professionals providing fee-based consulting to insurance companies, insurance agencies, attorneys, corporations and others on matters related to insurance and risk. Our members do not sell insurance.
The Professional Members of AAIMCo are among the most knowledgeable and highly sought after, fee-based consultants and experts in the insurance and risk management fields. Typical clients include insurance agencies, multi-national insurance companies, corporations and attorneys. The services our consultants provide are varied and include virtually all subjects within the areas of insurance and risk.
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Mr. Johnston is a civil litigator concentrating his practice in insurance, consumer, personal injury and commercial litigation. He is licensed to practice in Texas and Oklahoma. Mr. Johnston is Board Certified in Consumer & Commercial Law (which includes Insurance Law) by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is also Board Certified in Civil Trial…Read This Expert's Bio
I am a lawyer and leader proficient at crafting solutions to complex problems with substantial experience in law, reinsurance, management, insurance, compliance, risk management, underwriting, negotiations, claims, coverage analysis, and human resources, from the corporate and regulatory perspective. My formal education is a blend of administration, insurance, and law. I have a pragmatic mentoring style…Read This Expert's Bio
Kathleen is a Principal of Malecki Deimling Nielander and Associates, LLC. Her 30 plus years as an insurance professiona was a steady progression from entry level claims adjuster through vice-president of claims and operations at major insurance companies both regional and national. Her client assistance includes: Training with the ability to explain complex policy language…Read This Expert's Bio
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In this White Paper summary, Mr. Underdown explains that the fact that a broker has a contingency-type producers contract with a specific insurance company can be of great value to the insured resulting in a lower price for the insured, under the right circumstances. Therefore, contingency commissions are not inherently bad for the ultimate consumer. He states the real issue – …
For many small to mid-sized companies there is the overriding element of misplaced trust in the broker and a gross misunderstanding of their own duties.
On the one hand Insurance Companies invest a lot of money parcing court dicta to discover what the policy might have said in order to change the outcome of the decision, yet on the other hand believes the trial is some sort of Wild West side show and must be avoided at all costs
I have not figured out why reinsurance is not fully regulated, as is insurance. I have heard the logic that the parties to the contract are equally sophisticated, and therefor no regulation is necessary. The problem with that logic is that it assumes a premise that is false. Many of the parties do not have equal bargaining power; they are – …