Why Do Business With Us?
Whether you need an insurance arbitrator, expert witness, consultant or mediator, IEN experts possess expertise that span over 125 areas of insurance knowledge and experience. What’s more, the staff includes insurance experts themselves and you can expect that…
- There is no charge to attorneys or their clients for IEN's services.
- Referrals are usually accomplished within 48 hours.
- IEN provides access to over 500 insurance experts.
- IEN provides CV, Fee Schedule and "statements of qualifications" for each expert.
- IEN arranges a conference call between you and the expert(s) you wish to consider.
●The attorney representing a defendant insurance agency retained an IEN agent/broker expert. In the matter on which the expert is to opine, the insurance companies offering the coverage were changed at renewal. The expert will address the duties and responsibilities of the agent to provide coverage as requested by the insured to the extent possible.
●The defendant insurance agent’s attorney retained an IEN agent/broker expert to address the issues raised against the agent. In this matter the insurance company sent the commercial insurance policy renewal notice to the wrong address and subsequently canceled the insurance. A subsequent fire destroyed the property and the insured’s claim was denied. The expert will opine on the duties and responsibilities of the agent in the specific situation of the insured agent and insurance company as found in this matter.
●The attorney representing the defendant surplus lines underwriter retained a preeminent IEN surplus lines underwriting expert to opine on the industry standard underwriting applicable to the subject risk type. Specifically, the expert is to address how policy conditions have to be met before the insured can obtain coverage.
●The attorney on behalf of its commercial client retained an IEN agent/broker expert to opine on the duties and responsibilities of the defendant agent. In the subject matter the commercial entity was sued for injury suffered by a customer while on the insured premises. Only after being sent the complaint was it revealed by the agent that the insurance company had gone into receivership and the time for submitting claims had expired.
●The attorney representing the plaintiff retained an IEN agent/broker expert to opine on the duties and responsibilities of the agent when their client asks to have both the primary residence and rental property to be insured. In this matter the rental property application was never signed by the insured.