People Moves: Burns & Wilcox Adds 2 to Professional Liability Practice Group; J.M. Wilson Adds Struck

March 7, 2022

Burns & Wilcox Adds Tameka Livatino and Erin Pritchett to Professional Liability Practice Group

Burns & Wilcox has named Tameka Livatinoas underwriting director of architects and engineers, based in Chicago. With nearly 25 years of professional liability underwriting experience, Livatino specializes in miscellaneous professional liability, employment practices liability, and allied healthcare and tenant discrimination. In her new role, Livatino leads the strategic direction for the company’s exclusive ProConstruct Program, including its underwriting risk analysis and marketing. Livatino the last three years of her career at Hiscox.

Burns & Wilcox has named Erin Pritchett as a professional liability broker based out of the Detroit/Farmington Hills Corporate Headquarters in Michigan. With 15 years of industry experience, she specializes in architects and engineers and miscellaneous professional insurance – specifically real estate and insurance agents and brokers. She most recently worked at PL Risk Advisors where she specialized in directors and officers insurance.

J.M. Wilson Adds Chris Struck as Assistant Property & Casualty Underwriter

J.M. Wilson has added Chris Struck as assistant property & casualty underwriter. Struck is responsible for assisting underwriters on new and renewal accounts for a wide variety of property and casualty risks, as well as strengthening relationships with independent insurance agents and company underwriters in Georgia, Indiana, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

Prior to joining JM Wilson, Chris worked as a client service manager trainee for an insurance agency and held various positions for an insurance carrier.

Founded in 1920, J.M. Wilson is a Managing General Agency and Surplus Lines Broker providing independent insurance agents access to specialty markets.

Topics Agencies Underwriting Property Casualty

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