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Charles C Hewitt

Chuck Hewitt is a veteran insurance claims executive with 45+ years of multi-line claim department experience and leadership at national and regional carriers. Particular strengths in coverage analysis, creation, and teaching; bad faith defense; technical and management training; claims management; cyber liability; employment practices liability; litigation management; customer relations; reinsurance; and runoff operations. Multiple appearances…

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Craig Andrews

Craig Andrews is a Senior Consultant with Malecki Deimling Nielander & Associates, LLC.  Craig entered the property-casualty industry as a producer in an independent insurance agency in Defiance, Ohio in 1977.  A few months later, he established his own independent agency “from scratch”.  He operated the agency successfully until selling it in 1996 to join…

Derivative Suit Exposure From Officers And Directors

I do not truly understand the rationale in suing the company adjuster in a lawsuit against the Insurance Company, since he has no independent duties apart from those of the Insurance Company. However, Directors and Officers of corporations owe fiduciary duties to corporate stockholders and to the Corporate business entity itself.

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James J Moore

James founded a Workers’ Compensation consulting firm, J&L Risk Mgmt Consultants, Inc. in 1996. J&L’s mission is to reduce our clients’ Workers Compensation premiums by using time-tested techniques. J&L’s claims, premium, reserve and Experience Mod reviews have saved employers over $9.8 million in earned premiums over the last three years. J&L has saved numerous companies…

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James E. Rensimer

My name is Jim Rensimer.  There are few things in life more fun than hitting a baseball, or a perfect Saturday afternoon at the beach in Cape May, NJ.  But, a good cross-examination of a witness comes close. Experienced Lead Counsel in Trial & Litigation. Accomplished record of advocating rights of businesses and people. Risk…

What The Plaintiffs’ Attorney May Be Missing In The Analysis Of His Clients Insurance Policy

I was often amazed at what I could only discern as an argument by a Plaintiff’s attorney concerning an insurance claim where he had never bothered to read the policy or have a true of understanding of insurance.

What The Attorney Hired By The Insurance Company Is Not

Personal observations have demonstrated to me that some insurance companies have some very serious misunderstandings about the attorneys that they hire.

Insurance Company And The Presumption Of Unfairness

Insurance Companies need to strive for competent officers and directors.

Addressing the Arbitrary in Subrogation Arbitration

If learning is not part of the process, and all that an insurance company is interested in is a decision, any decision, no matter how subjective, then insurers need to have an intercompany coin toss agreement.

Mamas Tell Your Kids to Sell Reinsurance

A hair-weaving certificate requires 300 hours of training. An individual selling reinsurance needs zero education and faces zero testing.

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