David Stegall is the Principal Consultant and Founder of Risk Consulting & Expert Services since January 1, 2007. He has over 40 years of insurance, reinsurance, bond and risk management industry experience. He is a Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriter, an Associate in Risk Management, an Associate in Reinsurance and a Registered Professional Adjuster. He has experience as an underwriter, an agent, a broker, a surety bond producer, a reinsurer, a managing general agent, a third-party administrator, a captive manager, a selfinsured fund executive, a risk management consultant, an expert witness and has been retained as an arbitrator.
Mr. Stegall was President of the Society of Risk Management Consultants in 2017 and continues to serve on the Board of Directors. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Alabama Captive Association, a member of the Society of Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriters, the American Association of Insurance Management Consultants, the Society of Registered Professional Adjusters, ARIAS-US, Defense Research Institute, and an Associate Member of the American Bar Association – Tort, Trial and Insurance Section.
Britta M. Moss CPCU, SCLA, AIC-M, is a graduate of The Ohio State University and a 25+ year veteran of the Property & Casualty Insurance industry. She has claims experience in a wide variety of personal and commercial lines claims as a Claim Representative, Examiner, Supervisor, Trainer and Manager.
Ms. Moss handles, supervises, manages and provides training for claims involving auto damage, personal & commercial property damage, bodily injury, personal injury, property damage liability, commercial general liability, uninsured / underinsured motorists, medical payments, personal injury protection, and allegations of bad faith and extra-contractual exposure.
Consulting Services Include:
Claim Consultation & Training:
In-House Claims Consultation and Training available on a wide range of topics and highly beneficial for any party touched by the claim process, including adjusters, agents, CSRs, underwriters, sales reps, and legal counsel.
Good faith claim handling, supervision and management, improvement of documentation skills & procedures, understanding & managing work environment pressures, maintaining credibility & mutual respect, managing corporate discovery demands, policy & procedure refinement.
Flexibility to take on a wide range of audit projects, from complete claim portfolio reviews to focus audits. Objectively review factors that are often difficult to assess at ground level: handling/management consistency, reserve adequacy, process efficiency & effectiveness, training needs, reporting gaps, and bad faith, extra-contractual, and other volatile exposures.
Meetings, Seminars, or Panel Discussions on best practices and standards of care in claims investigation, evaluation, negotiation, and settlement, what they see on both sides of the aisle as experts, and bad faith litigation trends.