Blair & Co.

Experienced Liability Claims Examiner for Third Party Administrator

TPA firm has position available for a seasoned CGL adjuster with a minimum of 5 years varied experience in handling complex construction defect claims and other coverage and litigated matters. The Ideal candidate is a self-starter requiring little supervision with excellent investigative, computer and analytical skills. Duties include all facets of claim management, compliance with DOI and Medicare regulations, negotiations and litigation management. Proper preparation of written reports and professional communications to clients, insureds and claimants is an absolute must. Please submit resume with introductory cover letter for consideration.

Job Title:
Experienced Liability Claims Examiner for Third Party Administrator
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Investigates and manages CGL claims; specifically, complex construction defect claims; Interprets policy coverage and determines if and how coverage applies to submitted claims; Sets reserves and authorizes payment within scope of authority, effectively resolving claims in a cost-effective manner and ensuring timely issuance of disbursements; Coordinates and manages fact investigations and evaluates claims and lawsuits through contact with insureds, claimants, witnesses and vendors; Utilizes negotiating skills to resolve claims; Works with attorneys, account representatives, agents and insureds regarding the handling and/or disposition of claims; Analyzes claim activity and provides data for management reports; and, keeps current on state/territory regulations as well as industry activity and trends.
Required Skills:
Minimum five years experience handling complex commercial general liability claims; Currently possess or will obtain adjuster’s licenses for various states; Strong Microsoft Office and general computer skills; Strong interpersonal and communication skills; Strong negotiation skills; Strong analytical and problem solving skills, and; Ability to exercise judgment and make critical business decisions effectively.
To be negotiated
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