Advanced Insurance Management

Advanced Insurance Management
Advanced Insurance Management is listed in the Insurance category in Riverside, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Advanced Insurance Management which include a Facebook page and a Linkedin company page. The activity and popularity of Advanced Insurance Management on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Advanced Insurance Management is:
3230 Harlem Ave
Riverside, IL 60546
(708) 442-6010

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Advanced Insurance Management has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Advanced Insurance Management has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Riverside, Illinois is 41 and in the Insurance category is 46. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Just got word we reduced experience mods for a Massachusetts client, which saves them $100,000.00 in Workers Comp insurance premiums. Excelsior!

it's so much fun when an insurance company tries to come up with creative ways to avoid refunding overcharges they made to a client of ours. Today, it's Sentry Insurance, which refuses to send out an auditor to review the documents that prove they overcharged this client for eight damn years in a row. Instead, Sentry wants the policyholder to scan in blueprints for all parts made over those eight years, then create some kind of spreadsheet that connects those blueprints to revenue information (which is utterly irrelevant to this particular dispute) and then provide eight years worth of payroll records (which are again irrelevant, as no one is disputing the goddamned payroll developed on those past audits, just the classification code and manual rates that the payroll was assigned to.) And keep in mind, those blueprints are paper documents, the size of a desktop, so scanning them all in would be no easy task. And of course, sending out an auditor to just look at these documents, at the premises of the policyholder, is the normal way determining proper classification is done. But Sentry apparently does not want to incur the expense of actually sending an auditor out to correct the damned mistakes their auditors made originally. Sigh. I think they just want to make us give up and go away. They don't know me very well.

Just got an email from a prospective client that captures a lot of what is wrong with Workers Comp insurers. Client requested audit work papers to facilitate review of audit. Insurer responds that they will decide whether or not to provide workpapers once they decide to accept or reject a dispute of the audit. WTF? Such high handed attitude. Incredible arrogance. You can't properly dispute an audit without the workpapers. What a Is this insurer hiding, I wonder? Told client to file complaint with dept. of Insurance if they don't cough up the workpapers promptly.

Interesting day yesterday. I was invited to speak before a special committee of the Illinois House on Workers Compensation insurance issues. Fascinating experience. At one point, after explaining how we get money back for employers by correcting errors made by their past Workers Comp insurance companies, the Representative questioning me said, "I have to tell my friends about this!" And he made sure to get my business card afterwards. True story.

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Workers' compensation is too complicated and important an area to be tossed in with the rest of the state's "grand bargain" negotiations.