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Kevin M. Reopel, FSA, MAAA
35 Rugby Rd.
Feeding Hills MA 01030
USA
phone: 413-786-7925
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Kevin M. Reopel, FSA, MAAA, is an Actuarial Consultant with broad expertise both in the life insurance business and in assessing the economic value of future cash flows. Through Actuarial Litigation Consulting, this expertise is used to assess economic losses in tort cases for attorneys and to assess the terms and benefits of insurance and annuity contracts.

Mr. Reopel has worked for major life insurance companies such as Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company and the Hartford Life Insurance Company. Throughout his career, he has worked extensively with insurance company attorneys and underwriters, and with state insurance department attorneys, actuaries and other regulators.

Litigation Support - Kevin Reopel provides impartial, credible assessment of Economic Loss/ Economic Damages for litigating attorneys (both plaintiff and defense), judges, estate planning attorneys, and trust departments. He also provides expert analysis of the features and benefits of in-force insurance policies for individual clients and their attorneys.

Mr. Reopel's professional services, as consultant or expert witness, are provided in both state and federal trial settings. They include preliminary review and evaluation of economic loss, pre-trial discovery, assessment of economic los, reports and affidavits, depositions, and trial testimony.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Actuary - Actuarial
  • Economic Consulting
  • Economic Damages
  • Forensic Economics
  • Insurance - Health / HMO / Disability
  • Insurance - Life & Annuities
  • Actuarial Assessment of Economic Losses For:
    • Personal Injury
    • Wrongful Death
    • Employment Termination
  • Asset Allocation from Divorce
  • Structured Settlements
  • Trust valuation
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    Edward J. Priz, CPCU, APA
    President
    3230 S. Harlem Ave.
    Riverside IL 60546
    USA
    phone: 708-945-7393
    fax: 708-442-6010
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    Edward Priz Workers Compensation Expert PhotoEdward J. Priz, CPCU, APA, has worked full-time in the Insurance Industry since 1976. In 1982, he also began consulting on Workers Compensation insurance issues, and in 1987 established his own consulting firm to specialize in this field, as Advanced Insurance Management.

    Mr. Priz holds the professional designation Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) from the American Institute of Property and Liability Underwriters, as well as the designation Associate in Premium Auditing, from the Insurance Institute of America.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Priz has been retained by policyholders, insurance agents and brokers, insurance companies, and a premium audit firm as an expert witness in his field, both as a consulting expert and as a testifying expert. He serves as an expert witness to counsel for Plaintiff and Defense and has testified in federal and state courts and arbitrations in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. He is a member of the Forensic Expert Witness Association, and currently serves as Vice-President of the Chicago chapter of that organization.

    He is also a member of the Society of Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters, and the National Society of Insurance Premium Auditors.

    Mr. Priz has also consulted on the drafting of legislation pertaining to Workers Compensation insurance in Illinois, and has testified on insurance regulation before the Illinois legislature. He is the author of three books on the subject of Workers' Compensation insurance.

    Edward Priz Expert Witness Services
    Areas of Expertise:
    • Workers Compensation
    • Insurance Premiums
    • Audits
    • Classifications
    • Experience Modification Factors
    • Retrospective Rating
    • Large Deductible Policies
    • Payroll Audits
    • NCCI Manual Rules
    • Insurance Agent / Broker Standards of Care
  • NCCI classification Rules
  • Experience Rating
  • NCCI Rules and Procedures
  • Retrospective Rating
  • Large Deductible Policies
  • Workers Compensation Appeals
  • Agent Errors and Omissions
  • Insurance Auditor Duties and Errors
  • NCCI Inspections
  • Independent WC Rating Bureau Rules
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    11/11/2015 · Insurance
    Employers generally realize that the initial premium they pay for Workers Compensation insurance isn't the final premium for that coverage-Workers Comp is normally subject to an audit after the policy ends, to adjust premium charges based on actual payroll amounts. When the policy starts, after all, payroll amounts can only be estimated for the coming year. So it's routine for employers of any size to undergo a Workers Compensation premium audit, and to receive an audit statement that often seeks some additional premium.

    8/20/2015 · Insurance
    A growing trend for many businesses has been for their customers and prospects to use their experience modification factor as a safety benchmark, requiring a modifier of 1.00 or 1.05 for those bidding on projects. A higher modifier can disqualify a firm from bidding on many projects, particularly governmental projects.

    7/10/2015 · Insurance
    Recently, a former Director of the Illinois Department of Insurance wrote an Op-Ed piece, decrying recently proposed legislation that would require insurers to file changes in Workers Compensation insurance rates with regulators before using those rates with insurers. The proposed legislation would also allow the Department of Insurance to disapprove rates if it was determined they were excessive.

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    An easy to understand guide, written for a general business audience, that explains in detail how Workers Compensation insurance is priced and audited. The Field Guide explains the classification system used by insurance companies, the audit process, experience modification factors, and how and why overcharges occur. Most importantly, it explains in plain language how employers can protect themselves from the common mistakes the insurance industry makes that cause Workers Comp premiums to be higher than they properly should be.
    Edward J. Priz, Scott Priz
    Everything business owners and managers need to know to understand Workers Compensation insurance for their company, including how to reduce premium costs.
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    Many of the rules which determine premiums are understood only by employees in the audit and underwriting departments of insurance companies. The result is a built-in bias in the system which favors higher premiums. CompControl was written by an industry insider -- a consultant who has saved clients more than $4 million in overcharges. His book reveals how the system really works and how you can make it work for you.
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    Norman Katz
    Managing Partner
    18881 Von Karman, Suite 1175
    Irvine CA 92612
    USA
    phone: 949-263-8700
    fax: 949-263-0770
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    MCS Associates is a nationally recognized consulting group that has provided financial, operations and regulatory/compliance consulting services nationwide to financial institutions, insurance companies and regulatory agencies as well as real estate and financial services organizations for over 30 years.

    Expert Witness and Litigation Consulting are a primary focus of our services. We undertake expert witness assignments throughout the United States and our clients include several hundred leading law firms around the country, working on behalf of both plaintiff and defendant financial institutions, borrowers, depositors, investors, developers, insurance companies and their insured, securities/insurance/real estate brokers/agents, regulators and government agencies, and individuals.

    Together with MCS Associates’ specialized resources in banking, financial services and real estate, we also draw on key strategic alliances in insurance, economics, academia and the securities industry to meet a wide range of expert witness needs. Our litigation experts include experienced bankers, lenders, consultants, regulators, managers, brokers & agents in insurance, real estate, and securities; insurance claims and underwriting managers; economists, accountants, appraisers, real estate analysts, and academics.

    Areas of Expertise Include:
  • Banking Operations/Administration
  • Check Fraud
  • Lending Policies, Custom and Practice
  • Loan Underwriting & Credit Administration
  • Sub Prime Loan Originations, Underwriting, Securitizations & Servicing
  • Bankruptcy, Foreclosures and Workouts
  • Trust & Fiduciary Issues / Operations
  • Securities Brokerage & Investments
  • Valuations & Damages Analysis
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Employment / Compensation
  • Real Estate Brokerage & Management
  • Title Insurance & Escrow
  • Real Estate Appraisal & Transactions
  • Insurance Industry Custom & Practice
  • Insurance Coverages / Claims Handling
  • Insurance Bad Faith
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    Allan Windt
    27 West Athens Avenue, Suite 230
    Ardmore PA 19003
    USA
    phone: 610-649-8150
    fax: 610-649-8194
    Allan Windt specializes in the areas of Insurance Coverage, Duty to Settle and Bad Faith. In over 30 years in the insurance business, he has handled more than 10,000 claims for more than 70 insurance companies and hundreds of insureds in all 50 states. Mr. Windt has served as an expert witness in dozens of states.

    He is the author of Insurance Claims & Disputes, Representation of Insurers and Insureds, West, 1982 first edition, 1988 second edition, 1996 third edition, 2001 fourth edition, and 2007 fifth edition. Mr. Windt's books have been cited as authoritative by more than 300 courts throughout the country.
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    34 Barstow Street
    P.O. Box 981
    Mattapoisett MA 02739
    USA
    phone: 508-644-1074
    fax: 774-377-3856
    Paul F. Amoruso, CPCU, has more than 45 years of experience working for several major insurance carriers as a Senior Vice President of Claims and Operations. As a licensed insurance agent in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Florida, an New Jersey and licensed public adjuster, he is uniquely qualified to assist either plaintiff or defense attorneys on insurance related issues on local or national issues.

    If you are an insurance company, insured, or law firm and need an independent review of an insurance issue regarding litigation, agency or company operations, practices or procedures, he is available to assist.

    Mr. Amoruso has served as an Expert Witness in many states in both State and Federal court . Having worked in all operation areas of the insurance industry he is able to testify to the generally observed and accepted industry practices.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Insurance Customs and Practices
    • Company Policies
    • Management Involvement
    • Proper Staffing
    • Coverage Denial
    • Agency and Insurance Company Relationships
    • Case Evaluation
    • Reserve Policies
    • Workers Compensation
    • Liability Personal or Commercial
    • Commercial and Personal Property Losses
    • Authority Level
    • Industry Ethics and Norms
    • Bad Faith
    • Claims Handling Practices
    • Insurance Company Operations
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    Bob Lawson, CFE®, AIF®, RFC®, LUTCF®
    Securities & Insurance Expert Witness | FINRA Arbitrator
    3800 American Boulevard West
    Suite 1110
    Bloomington MN 55431-4460
    USA
    phone: 800-741-0704
    fax: 952-835-1504
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    Securities ExpertCertified Fraud ExaminerMr. Bob Lawson, AIF®, CFE®, RFC®, LUTCF, is a Securities & Insurance Expert Witness retained for FINRA arbitration, mediation, and federal/civil court litigation. Mr. Lawson possesses over 30 years of experience within the securities and insurance industries. In 1988, Mr. Lawson founded Barrington Capital Management, Inc., a Registered Investment Advisory firm and Insurance Agency, and currently serves as the President and Chief Compliance Officer.

    In addition, Mr. Lawson presides as a FINRA & NFA Dispute Resolution Arbitrator for disputes concerning public and private investors, financial services professionals, broker-dealers, and dually-registered investment advisers. Claims often arise regarding breach of fiduciary duties, employment disputes, conflicts of interest, churning, unsuitable investments, and failure to supervise, among others. Mr. Lawson also serves as a public mediator and is a Qualified Neutral under Minnesota Rule 114 of Standard Practice in Mediation and Arbitration.

    His breadth of experience includes managing and supervising FINRA broker-dealer branch offices as a Registered Securities Principal, Options Principal, and Chief Compliance Officer. Mr. Lawson also has considerable experience with insurance products including variable annuities, fixed and indexed annuities, long term care, and life insurance. Mr. Lawson possesses numerous accolades and is certified as an Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF®), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE®), Registered Financial Consultant (RFC®), and a Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow (LUTCF®).

    Retaining Mr. Lawson as an Expert Witness and Litigation Consultant will clarify and address relevant issues pertaining to your case from an insider's point of view. Upon a thorough examination and analysis of the case material, Mr. Lawson’s conclusions and opinions are impartial, objective, and predicated upon years of industry expertise and experience. Expert testimony and reports are supported by thorough and detailed research through case-specific analysis.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • FINRA & SEC Regulations
    • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
    • Promissory Notes
    • Securities Fraud Investigations
    • Ponzi Schemes
    • Options, Stocks & Bonds
    • Due Diligence
    • FINRA Arbitration
    • Professional Malpractice
    • Economic Damages & Losses
    • Employment Discrimination & Termination
    Services:
    • Litigation Consulting
    • Unbiased Case Analysis
    • Discovery Review & Recommendations
    • Portfolio Risk Reports
    • Securities Fraud Investigation
    • Damage Calculations
    • Expert Testimony
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    7/11/2017 · Securities
    In the securities brokerage industry, "selling-away" refers to the prohibited practice of an Associated Person effecting or soliciting the sale of securities or investment products not held or approved with whom the broker is affiliated without prior written consent. FINRA regulators have seen a steady flow of selling-away cases over the years involving registered representatives who are being targeted by issuers, promoters and marketing agents to sell their nontraditional investment products to their retail customers. In many instances, promoters of these products are marketing them as non-securities products that do not have to be sold through a broker-dealer by a registered person. In a significant number of cases, associated persons have sold these investments to their customers away from the broker-dealer and without firm approval as required by FINRA Rule 3270. Selling-away often occurs in an independent branch or a satellite office, where Associated Persons are removed from the day-to-day oversight and supervision of their brokerage firm's compliance department.

    9/23/2015 · Finance
    I receive phone calls throughout the year from attorneys who have taken on their first FINRA case and they frequently are unaware how the FINRA Dispute Resolution process differs from other venues. I thought it would be helpful to provide a quick overview for new participants and a refresher for those more experienced securities attorneys on how the FINRA Arbitration and Mediation process works.

    8/26/2015 · Finance
    In FINRA-related cases many attorneys see discovery requests objected to by opposing counsel. Typically, opposing counsel objects to discovery requests citing that items requested are either "overly broad, vague, or ambiguous", or "impermissible per FINRA's Code of Arbitration Procedure". However, despite opposing counsel's reasoning, many objections to discovery requests are irrelevant and do not hold up in regard to FINRA's Code of Arbitration Procedure. Attorneys should not be intimidated or discouraged by these objections, but rather should understand that FINRA's guidelines concerning arbitration allow for most applicable and reasonably obtainable discovery information to be delivered.

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    MBA, CPCU, RPLU, RF, ACI
    6117 Waller Lane
    Colleyville TX 76034
    USA
    phone: 817-481-4561
    fax: 817-488-1577
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    Donald W. Bendure, MBA, CPCU, RPLU, RF, ACI, is an Insurance Expert with a concentration within the areas of Commercial Liability, Professional Liability, Commercial Automobile, and Property Insurance. He has over 30 years of experience and provides services for clients nationwide.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Bendure provides unbiased and impartial expert testimony and litigation support services for both plaintiff and defense attorneys. He has currently completed over 250 engagements. Mr. Bendure serves as a Pre-litigation Consulting Expert, a Policyholder Expert Witness, and an Insurance Defense Expert Witness. He is also a Court Certified Mediator and Insurance Arbitrator.

    Mr. Bendure's particular area of expertise in the areas listed below is within the discipline of Underwriting and Insurance Coverage. He also possesses specialized knowledge of Captive Insurance as it relates to issues with pollution, environment, construction, oil and gas exploration, risk mitigation, enterprise risk management, self-insured and retention programs, and claims made policy language.

    Expertise:
    • General Liability
    • Automobile Liability
    • Forensic Underwriting
    • Workers' Compensation
    • Umbrella and Excess Liability
  • Errors and Omissions Liability
  • Professional Liability
  • Directors' and Officers' Liability
  • Reinsurance
  • Captive Insurance
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    Burl Daniel
    President
    3880 Hulen, Suite 410
    Fort Worth TX 76107
    USA
    phone: 817-980-4897
    fax: 817-887-5231
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    Burl Daniel, CPCU, CIC, CRM entered the Insurance Industry in 1973 and was an Insurance Agency Principal for twenty three years. He is retained as a Property and Casualty Insurance Expert Witness by attorneys representing policyholder insureds, carriers and third parties. Wide expertise in a majority of Property and Casualty insurance lines was developed over 40+ years. In the legal community he is well-known as responsive to attorney inquiries, depth of insurance experience and attention to detail. Credibility results from methodical analysis, independent research, concise reports and clear-cut answers to deposition and trial questions.

    Mr. Daniel maintains the professional designations CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter), CIC (Certified Insurance Counselor), and CRM (Certified Risk Manager) and holds a BBA-Insurance from the University of Texas. His teaching credentials include serving as Adjunct Professor of Insurance with two Texas universities; he holds Property-Casualty and Risk Manager licenses.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Insurance Agent Error & Omission
    • Insurance Bad Faith
    • Claims Handling Practices
    • Surplus Lines Insurance
    • Commercial Auto Insurance
    • Commercial General Liability
    • Products Liability Insurance
    • Commercial Umbrella Insurance
    • Professional Liability Insurance
    • Directors and Officers Liability
    • Employment Practices Liability
    • Workers Compensation
  • Property Insurance Expert
  • Business Interruption Insurance
  • Boiler & Machinery-Equipment Breakdown
  • Flood Insurance
  • Ocean Marine Insurance
  • Inland Marine Insurance
  • Crime Insurance / Fidelity Bonds
  • Personal Auto
  • Homeowners Insurance
  • Watercraft / Boats
  • Personal Umbrella
  • Mr. Daniel has four decades insurance experience with a diverse set of industries:
    • Contractors - General & Artisan
    • OCIP-CCIP
    • Real Estate
    • Manufacturing
    • Wholesale / Warehousing
    • Retailers
    • Import / Export
    • Oil jobbers
    • Transportation / Truckers
  • Utilities
  • Professional Services
  • Science and Tech Services
  • Computer & Information Technology
  • Non -profit organizations
  • Insurance Companies
  • Banks
  • Agriculture
  • Wildlife Parks
  • 1/23/2012 · Insurance
    Insurance attorneys are busy people! No two cases are the same! Attorneys face weekly court filings, deposition schedules, and courthouse deadlines. Not to mention phone calls and counseling clients on a daily basis.

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    Eugene L. (Gene) Evans
    Principal
    9854 National Blvd., Suite 225
    Los Angeles, CA 90034
    CA, AZ, NV, HI
    USA
    phone: 310-559-4005
    fax: 310-559-4236
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    Eugene L. (Gene) Evans, has over 50 years of experience working in the Insurance Industry. He is a Licensed Private Investigator and Insurance Adjuster in California and a Licensed Insurance Adjuster in South Carolina.

    Background - Prior to opening his own office, Mr. Evans was manager of Graham Miller and Co., Lloyd's Adjusters, offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Prior to that he was the Chief Special Investigator for Carte Blanche Credit Cards and supervised criminal and civil fraud investigations nationwide.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Evans has been qualified as an Expert Witness since 1976. He provides services to counsel for both Plaintiff and Defense. Mr. Evans has given his deposition many times in the last few years and has appeared in state and/or Federal court over 25 times as a testifying expert. He is presently involved in several pending cases.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Good Faith / Bad Faith Claims
    • Construction Claims
    • Property Claims Valuations
    • Loss of Income Claims
    • Commercial Claims
    • Fire Claims
    • General Liability Claims
    • Water Damage
  • Mold Claims
  • Security Claims
  • Construction Defects
  • Uninsured / Under Insured Auto
  • Medical & Professional E&O Claims
  • Transportation / Cargo Claims
  • Valuation of Personal Property
  • Suspected Fraudulent Insurance Claims
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    Fisher Consulting Group
    Frederick J. Fisher
    Professional Liability Consultant
    214 Main Street
    Ste 181
    El Segundo CA 90245
    USA
    phone: 310-413-6200
    fax: 310-356-3355
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    Frederick J. Fisher, JD, is the President of Fisher Consulting Group, Inc., a Professional Liability firm. Since his career began, Mr. Fisher focused on one vision: providing financial security to the client. The result was a successful 40 year career in Specialty Lines Insurance.

    Mr. Fisher provides Expert Witness services and Litigation Strategies to attorneys representing Plaintiff and Defense. He testifies regularly as an expert witness in cases dealing with:
    • Insurance Broker Standards of Care
    • Real Estate Broker Standards of Care
    • Third Party Administrator Standards (TPA)
    • Claims Handling and Bad Faith
    • Wholesale Broker Policies with "gotchya's"
    Background Experience:
    • For almost 20 years, Mr. Fisher was the Founder of E.L.M. Insurance Brokers, a Wholesale & MGA facility specializing in Professional Liability and Specialty Line Risks. In 1995, he formed what is now known as ELM insurance Brokers, a firm that has acted as an MGA and Wholesale Broker of Professional Liability Insurance and Specialty Lines. From nothing, the firm grew rapidly to a $30 Million dollar facility when sold in 2008
    • Mr. Fisher began his career on the service side, as an Independent E&O claims adjuster. In 1982, he bought the Company. In only 4 years, the annual billings increased by 400%
    • In 1989, Mr. Fisher became a Founding Member of the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS), and was elected to the PLUS Board of Trustees in 1993. After serving in all Officer capacities, he was elected President in 1997. He remains a Special Materials Expert for several RPLU courses and is the Senior Technical Advisor for The Professional Liability Manual, first published by the International Risk Management Institute in 1990
    For more information on his Litigation Support Services, Email Frederick Fisher at: fjfisher@fishercg.com

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    4/28/2017 · Insurance
    Insurance defense attorneys inhabit a confusing world in which even the "routine case" may need an expert witness for trial or a consultant to help with an early evaluation for settlement purposes. The legal precedents, regulations, and such don't often say what the profession's standard of care in the community is in the exact situation.

    3/12/2015 · Insurance
    Rarely are clients immediately aware of the wrongful or erroneous actions of the "professional" they trusted to perform specific duties or services; mainly because "professional" acts or errors do not or only seldom cause immediate injury. A "professional's" wrongful acts or errors may not manifest in client injury until long after the act is perpetrated or the error is committed.

    1/28/2015 · Insurance
    Two mutually exclusive goals are beginning to result in apparently unintended results within the executive and professional liability markets. The quest for underwriting profits and the desire to develop clear (to whatever extent possible) coverage language have rapidly changed the coverage landscape within these two lines of coverage.

    12/22/2014 · Insurance
    The 35-year history of the claims-made policy form has not brought it stability or standardization. In fact, claims-made forms have begun to incorporate with increasing frequency additional and exclusionary language that is unfavorable to the policyholder.

    11/20/2014 · Insurance
    The claims audit is the anathema of day-to-day claim operations. Nothing is more disruptive. Yet, if properly defined, nothing is more informative and helpful in improving a claim management program. This article will examine the need for a regular auditing program and provide a recipe for a three-dimensional approach to the process in order to maximize the accuracy of the audit results.

    Professional liability claim management is a unique area of insurance claim responsibilities. Indeed, there are as many ways to supervise, manage, and investigate professional liability claims as there are different lines of professional liability coverage. This article will address the key issues that are involved in the investigation and resolution of nonmedical and non-D&O claims under professional liability policies.

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    Guy C. Hatfield, CPCU, CIC
    1735 Post Rd
    Unit 5
    Fairfield CT 06824
    USA
    phone: 203-256-5660
    fax: (203) 256-5666
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    Guy-Hatfield-Insurance-Management-Expert-Photo.jpg Expert PhotoGuy C. Hatfield, CPCU, CIC, Guy Hatfield has been a Principal at his Firm since 1977. Prior to his insurance career he was a senior loan officer at Citicorp in New York City where he coordinated syndicated commercial loans with correspondent banks in the Continental United States, Canada, and Hawaii. Mr. Hatfield serves on the Technical Committee of the Ct. Insurance Agents Association and as District Insurance liaison for Rotary International. He is a graduate of Bucknell University (B.S.), Boston University (MBA) and the American Institute of Insurance (CPCU).

    Litigation Support - President of the Hatfield Group, a consulting firm specializing in Property and Casualty issues and expert witness case assignments, Mr. Hatfield has actively worked as an expert witness for attorneys representing both plaintiff and defendant. He is well-prepared to opine on the duties and conduct of insurance agents and brokers as well as the operations of insurance companies. His analysis and testimony is concise and persuasive.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Claims Handling
    • Insurance
    • Insurance Coverage
    • Insurance Errors & Omissions
    • Insurance Practices & Standards
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    Britta M. Moss, CPCU, SCLA, AIC-M
    Delaware OH 43015
    USA
    phone: 740-201-8873 (Office) or 614-439-4861 (Cell)
    fax: 614-504-0553
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    Britta M. Moss CPCU, SCLA, AIC-M, is a graduate of The Ohio State University and a 20+ year veteran of the Property & Casualty Insurance industry. Her experience ranges from front-line claim handling through corporate level management.

    In 2012, Ms. Moss began working as an Independent Claims Consultant, providing support for law firms in the areas of coverage analysis, review of damages, and consultation regarding Bad Faith matters, as well as Claim Auditing services for insurers. Since co-founding Highbanks Insurance Professionals in 2014, she continues to provide a range of uniquely qualified claim consulting services with a focus on the identification, minimization, and control of bad faith, extra-contractual, and other volatile exposures.

    Litigation Support - Britta Moss has been involved in claim matters nationwide. She has been retained as an expert witness in both insurer defense and plaintiff cases. She has handled and overseen thousands of claims including large loss and serious injury/fatality exposures, complex coverage issues, and bad faith litigation.

    Ms. Moss offers specialty Bad Faith Consultation and Expert services to provide attorneys and their clients a new level of support geared to help identify case strengths and weaknesses, anticipate opposing arguments, pursue effective avenues of discovery, and keep resolution opportunities open.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Property & Casualty, Claims
    • Bad Faith Exposure Identification
    • UCSPA Compliance
    • Industry Standards
    • Claim Handling
    • Insurance Coverage
    • Personal Injury Protection (PIP)
    • Bodily Injury (BI)
    • Property Damage (PD)
    • Medical Payments (MP)
  • Uninsured / Under-Insured Motorist (UM/UIM)
  • Commercial General Liability (CGL)
  • Unfair Claims Settlement Practices
  • Extra-Contractual
  • Large, Complex Loss
  • Policy & Procedure
  • Supervision / Management
  • Corporate Discovery
  • Claim File Auditing
  • Claim Personnel Management & Supervision
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    Independent Insurance Consulting, LLC
    Stephen D. Campbell
    Principal
    548 12th Avenue South
    Naples FL 34102
    USA
    phone: 267-907-3438
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    Stephen D. Campbell is Principal of Independent Insurance Consulting, LLC and has 38 years of extensive multi-line underwriting management experience, including a five-year London assignment.

    His underwriting management background includes global leadership of a $2.5b worldwide primary and excess casualty, environmental liability and crisis management profit center with a strong record of growth and underwriting profit.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Campbell is available to counsel representing both plaintiff and defendant. He has deposition and trial testimony experience in Federal District Court.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Primary and Excess Liability Insurance
    • Property and Casualty Insurance
    • Contaminated Products Insurance
    • Global and Multinational Insurance Programs
    • Coverage Issues and Underwriting Guidelines
    • Policy rescission (materiality of representations)
    References available upon request.
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    Ty R. Sagalow
    Professional Liability Expert
    2 World Financial Center
    30th Floor
    New York NY 10281
    USA
    phone: 917-620-2174
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    Ty R. Sagalow is a 30-year veteran of the Insurance Industry who specializes in Directors and Officers Liability Insurance and Professional Liability Insurance (including cyber). Mr. Sagalow has held senior executive positions in underwriting, legal, and product development for major insurance companies including AIG (25 years) as General Counsel, Chief Underwriting Officer and Chief Innovation Officer, as well as Zurich and Tower Group (both as Chief Innovation Officer.

    Background: - Mr. Sagalow is the former general counsel and chief underwriting officer for the largest provider of management and professional liability insurance (AIG). In his 30 years of insurance experience, he has drafted multiple insurance policies in the management liability and professional liability space. He is widely credited as the chief architect of the modern D&O as well as Cyber insurance policy forms. He was charged with creating and training of underwriting intent and industry custom and practices in these lines of insurance.

    Mr. Sagalow provides expert witness services in Management and Professional Liability. He has been engaged by numerous lawfirms representing both insurance carriers and policyholders. According to the U.S. District Court, “Mr. Sagalow’s diverse professional experience demonstrates a breadth of experience drafting and interpreting policies, making underwriting decisions, and claims handling… The Court that Sagalow's experience, training and education provided a sufficient foundation of reliability for his testimony. His specialized knowledge in the insurance field may be helpful to the trier of fact in understanding the evidence or determining facts in issue...Mr. Sagalow is qualified under Rule 702 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

    Ideal Client Engagement:
    • Law firms needing expert witness for D&O or E&O coverage disputes (either party)
    • Insurance Claims departments needing expert witness for D&O or E&O
    • Investment firm seeking expert opinion on most areas of P&C insurance
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    Insurance Education Corporation
    Ivan E. Cohen, RF, ARM, CRM, CIC, AAI, MLIS, CRIS,CPIA
    President
    72 Gleneida Avenue
    Carmel NY 10512
    USA
    phone: 845-225-4100
    fax: 845-225-1978
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    Ivan E. Cohen RF, ARM, CRM, CIC, AAI, MLIS, CRIS, CPIA, has 38 years of experience in the Insurance Industry serving as an agent and broker. In 1979, he opened his own agency where he still serves as president.

    Mr. Cohen is a member of the Global Risk Management Institute, an associate member of the Risk and Insurance Management Society and holds the distinction of being a RIMS Fellow and a contributing insurance columnist for Risk Management Magazine.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Cohen serves as an expert witness and litigation consultant on insurance related matters and currently serves as a subject matter expert for the New York State Department of Financial Services on the Insurance Exam Review Committee. His services are available to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defense.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Insurance Errors & Omissions
    • Insurance Standard of Care
    • Insurance Agent / Broker Duties
    • Insurance Policy Interpretation
    • Property Insurance
    • Liability Insurance
  • Insurance Custom & Practice
  • Auto Insurance
  • Home Insurance
  • Personal Insurance
  • Commercial Insurance
  • Insurance Company Bad Faith
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