The Alliant claims resolution team is a well-balanced, dedicated team of lawyers and experienced claims advocates that work hand in hand with the broking team, both before and after the policy is called upon to respond to a claim. Led by Steve Shappell, Esq., Cole Trautmann, Esq. and Robert Lane, Esq. they take a unique innovative approach to support its clients by actively monitoring claims, carrier behavior, legal developments and trends that can impact our clients’ exposures and policy performance.
- Claims management
- Pre-submission review of claims
- Proactive claim advocacy
- Creative and strategic claim resolution
- Claims audit and reviews
- Carrier oversight
- Claim settlements
- Large reserve adjustment
- Management of legacy claims
- Quarterly loss trend analysis
- Trending and estimating experience modification factor (MOD)
- Litigation management
Our mission is to deliver best in class claims advocacy on behalf of our Agribusiness clients.
We understand that the true value of any insurance contract can only be determined by its response to a loss. We assist our construction clients in obtaining quick and equitable claims resolutions.
Energy & Marine
Our experienced claims advocates work in lock-step with our brokerage team to ensure claims are resolved in a swift and professional manner.
We have the specialized healthcare expertise to elevate the efficiency of your claims management process.
Management & Professional
Our dedicated team of specialty claims advocates and lawyers is strongly positioned to work closely with you throughout the claims process
News & Resources
2023 Financial Lines Executive Liability Newsletter
Executive Liability Insights, a monthly review of news, legal developments and information on executive liability, cyber risk, employment practices liability, class action trends and more.
Specialty Podcast: The Impact of Recent Court Rulings on D&O and BIPA
David Finz and Steve Shappell, take a look at the Delaware Chancery Court ruling in a D&O case, extending the standard of care to officers, creating a higher burden for them in terms of conduct, as well as an Illinois Supreme Court case featuring BIPA litigation, ruling a five-year statute of limitation period applies to actions brought under BIPA and that each act, prior to consent, applies as a separate action.
Specialty Podcast: Recent Rulings and Their Ongoing Effect on the Insurance Market
Matia Marks and David Finz, Alliant, take a closer look into two of the leading cases discussed in the December issue of the Executive Liability Insights Newsletter. They examine the North Carolina District Court’s recent ruling regarding interrelated claims, as well as the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (“NAIC”) recently released report and what it means for the cyber insurance market.