Commercial Casualty Litigation Analyst (Remote Home Based Worker)
Posted on Jun 16 Northbrook, IL 69 views
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Responsible for the overall management of highly complex claims in a Specialty line of business – diverse work in multiple claim areas, including primary & excess environmental and mass tort/long-tail liability claims. Knowledgeable in interpreting, analyzing, evaluating, reporting and managing highly complex policy coverages and claims.
- Claims involving significant exposure, large Limits and complex issues (including Declaratory Judgment Actions)
- May testify in coverage litigation, arbitration and trial
- Evaluate claims to determine potential liability, formulate resolution plans and proposals and establish initial and/or additional reserves within assigned authority level and excess of authority levels with management approval
- Understands and applies relevant provisions of commercial primary, umbrella and excess policies
- Reviews applicable policy language and determines coverage based upon the facts of the claim, policy language and relevant case law.
- Organizes case data, liability and exposure issues and develops cohesive litigation/settlement strategy.
- Performs an independent analysis of counsel’s recommendations and challenges counsel's proposed strategy, if appropriate
- Work independently and efficiently, involving management and counsel as appropriate in overall direction and resolution of litigation and manage litigation costs
- Work product is completed accurately; reports are appropriately detailed and thorough; claim files are set up properly: diary is kept current
- Routinely and effectively manages caseload: work is done in established timeframe
- Stays current on case law and significant developments in the insurance industry and applies such knowledge to the day to day claims handling.
- Analytical ability to interpret, make and defend recommendations concerning complex and large potential exposure claims, litigation and procedures with sufficient creativity/initiative to produce solutions
- Handle / manage disputes and negotiations, for litigated and non-litigated issues with the ability to negotiate complex matters, including multi-party negotiations, with some management involvement
- Manages activities of vendors including attorneys and consultants
- Coordinate or head projects as assigned by management
- Report regularly to reinsurers and assist with reinsurance collections
- Conduct claim audits for exhaustion and compliance with guidelines and prepare results reports
- Provide written and verbal reports to management
- Perform assigned accountabilities in accordance with established departmental guidelines to include evaluations, authority levels, claim guidelines
- Ability to learn and utilize multiple claim systems for multiple businesses as well as utilize computer software for the completion of assigned accountabilities
- Participate in training programs
- Bachelor’s Degree
- 7 + years related experience handling highly complex/litigation claims under primary and excess coverage
- Commercial experience with strong knowledge in claims, policies, coverage and liability. A plus where involving asbestos, environmental, and/or other mass tort and latent exposures
- Microsoft Office: Intermediate – Excel, Word, Outlook. Basic-PowerPoint
- Strong written and verbal communication skills including the ability to effectively collaborate with others at all organizational levels as well as outside counsel and other parties
- Good organizational and project management skills in order to handle multiple concurrent assignments in a timely manner
- Strong problem solving / analytical skills
- Strong decision-making skills
- Ability to work independently at a high level as well as with peers, management, other departments and in a team environment, where appropriate
- General knowledge and ongoing learning of applicable statutes and case law
- Comprehensive claims handling knowledge and skills
- Negotiation Experience
Compensation range for this position is $64,700 - $112,000 per year, based on experience and qualifications.
The candidate(s) offered this position will be required to submit to a background investigation, which includes a drug screen.
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