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.
IEN Case Experience
●Recently, an IEN commercial property underwriting expert was retained in a case involving a policy deductible and a named storm deductible. The lower court ruling agreed with the expert’s opinion. Later, a federal appeals court affirmed the lower court’s ruling as well.
●An IEN general liability (GL) underwriting and claims expert has been retained on a case involving an injured worker and the general Contractors’ GL coverage. The expert will opine on the claims handling and whether it violated standards and/or regulations.
●The attorney representing the defendant company retained an IEN agent/broker expert to address whether the company or its agent had any responsibility to ensure non-employees maintained auto liability limits in excess of state minimums on their personal automobiles.
●An attorney representing the defendant insurance company retained an IEN homeowner claims expert. The expert will opine on the claim handling done and claim denial issued by the insurance company
●The attorney representing the defendant insurance company retained an IEN Life Insurance underwriting and agent/broker expert. The IEN expert will produce an expert rebuttal report on whether there was life insurance churning in the transactions in dispute.
●The attorney representing the defendant insurance company retained an IEN property claims expert who is also a practicing attorney. The expert will address whether the insurance company met Its duty to handle claims in good faith or breached any applicable standard.