CRM Appoints New Claims Account Coordinator

January 13, 2005

Irvine, Calif.-based Compensation Risk Managers of California, LLC (CRM) has announced the appointment of Edward Low as the firm’s new claims account coordinator for California.

Low has extensive experience in workers’ compensation insurance coverage as a claims examiner. In his new position with CRM, he will work directly with CRM’s third-party claims administrator in California and will report to Senior Account Coordinator Therese Frost.

“The acquisition of Eddie Low to our California program brings a high level of technical expertise to work with and support our Claims TPA and Matrix Absence Management,” said Adam K. Strong, vice president of Claims for CRM. “In addition, Eddie will provide account coordination services for select members.”

Low is a graduate of California State University, Los Angeles, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Health and Safety Studies. He also holds a Self Insurance Administrator Certificate and a Certificate in Workers’ Compensation Claims Administration.

Low has served with distinction in several previous California workers’
compensation insurance industry positions. As a workers’ compensation insurance representative with the State Compensation Insurance Fund in West Los Angeles, he was selected “Rookie of the Year” in 1991 and cited as one of the top adjusters of the Fund in 1992.

As claims examiner with the Fremont Compensation Insurance Company in Glendale, he was responsible for claim files involving timely payments of all required benefits in addition to settling permanent disability and handling vocational rehabilitation benefits.

As claims specialist with CNA Insurance, also in Glendale, he managed indemnity claims in California and Arizona. As senior claims examiner for Tokio Marine Management in Pasadena, he serviced such clients as Pioneer Electronics, Mitsubishi Electric and Electronics, Fujitsu, Nissin Foods (USA) Co. Inc. and NGK Sparkplugs Inc.

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