The Howard Group

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Property & Casualty

Midwest Based Workers’ Compensation Carrier Engages The Howard Group to Fill a Claims Examiner Position.

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Niche Focused Workers’ Compensation Carrier

Business Description:

This niche based Workers’ Compensation Carrier provides stable rates and top notch services to their association clients. This “members only” carrier maintains an A+ rating from A.M. Best and has returned over $25 million in dividends to its member partners. The client was in need of a Work Comp Claims Examiner to manage a case load of approximately 90 active files.

Business Objective:

The client’s goal was to hire a professional that could walk in the door and “hit the ground running”.  The organization expected this person to have prior experience in investigation, direction of medical care, handling of subrogation matters, and negotiation of claims. The person would be expected to assist others within the organization with miscellaneous projects as well.

Solution:

The Howard Group recruited qualified Workers’ Compensation Professionals within 5 business days of receiving the search. The Howard Group was able to identify several candidates with the experience the client was looking for. The client interviewed two well qualified professionals and extended an offer to one. The professional accepted the offer and is already enjoying early success with the organization.

The Howard Group provides recruiting solutions to national and international specialty carriers in the areas of: Product Line Leadership, VP of Underwriting & Underwriting, Claims and Claims Management, Loss Control, and Marketing.

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913-663-2323
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