Posted on 05 Aug 2013 by Neilson
American Modern, a leading provider of specialty property and casualty insurance products, today announced the launch of a new claims management and training firm, Specialty Insurance Services Corporation (www.siservices.com). The new firm will offer property and casualty claims adjusting and training services to companies across all segments of the insurance industry, including retail and wholesale brokerage firms, MGAs and MGUs, insurance companies and insurance-related services.
View video footage of SIS here: http://bit.ly/14VjYuq
"SIS is built on the claims expertise of American Modern, which has insured and managed claims for specialty property and recreational products for the past 45 years," said Manny Rios, president and CEO of American Modern. "SIS claims training offers a unique, hands-on training experience in our 32,000 square-foot facility, while featuring a national network of experienced claims adjusters in 170 locations nationwide - all with a focus on P&C products."
SIS claims management will provide first- and third-party specialty claims services, including complete claims administration, desk and field adjusting, catastrophic claims management, and support to insurance providers and their policyholders.
SIS claims training features real-world repair shop settings for P&C products. "SIS promotes the true hands-on experience of tearing down then repairing damaged property and vehicles," said Kevin Morreale, senior vice president of SIS. "Students learn, first-hand, the real cost and length of time it takes to complete the repair."
About American Modern
American Modern (www.amig.com) is a national specialty insurance carrier with approximately 1.7 million policyholders. Licensed in all 50 states, the company delivers flexible, specialty coverage across the property and recreational markets. A subsidiary of Munich Re, one of the world's leading risk carriers, American Modern is rated A+ Superior by A.M. Best Company and has been ranked one of Ward's top 50 performing insurance companies since 1999.