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.
Mr. Veitch has been engaged in the insurance industry since 1963 commencing with claims training with Crawford & Company followed by positions in underwriting, marketing, insurance agent and branch management. He has obtained multiple insurance professional designations and is licensed to practice law in the state of Texas since 1973 where he is…Read This Expert's Bio
Brent Winans provides, objective, fee-based insurance and risk management consulting services for mid-sized companies. He also serves as an expert witness in insurance agents’ errors and omissions suits and other insurance litigation. Risk Management – Brent helps his clients plug coverage gaps and obtain the most competitive pricing on insurance. In addition, he implements other…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
Kevin Hromas – principle of Kevin Hromas & Associates and CEO of US Insurance Information LLC – is one of the premier experts in the fields of property damage assessments and insurance policy interpretations in the state of Texas and through-out the South. Mr. Hromas is skilled in the preparation and structure of computerized property…Read This Expert's Bio
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Over the years the members of the American Association of Insurance Management Consultants (AAIMCo) have experienced — primarily from those who are not intimately familiar with our industry — many misconceptions about appraising insurance agencies. Therefore, one of the primary purposes of publishing these Standards & Guidelines is to establish consistent procedures that can be recognized formally and legally by – …
Ever wonder why you couldn’t go the wrong way on a one-way street if your eventual goal lies at the other end? It may be the shortest route from point A to point B, but the dangers of this direct route usually outweigh the risks.
A uniform law proposed by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is currently working its way through state legislatures. The Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure Model Act[i] would require American insurers to disclose a wide range of information relating to their governance, performance evaluation systems, compensation and incentive plans, Enterprise Risk Management (“ERM”) plans and codes of ethics and conduct. – …
Mr. Underdown explains that the best time to bid your insurance is when the market is soft. The next best time is when the market is hard. In addition, he explains a system that assures the optimal pricing based on the competitive bid design.
The special relationship doctrine can create an overwhelming burden for the unsuspecting insurance agent or broker by imposing a duty to provide advice to a policyholder concerning all possible coverages and in some instances a responsibility to give advice as to what limits to purchase and whether such limits are “adequate.” This article explores the nuances of the special relationship – …