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.
●An attorney, in a last minute analysis, determined that and agent/broker expert was needed. IEN identified, referred and hosted a conference call for the attorney with the needed expert within 2 hours. IEN expedited the retention of the expert who will report on standards that agent/broker must meet and whether the standards were met in this matter.
●The attorney on behalf of the plaintiff retained an IEN agent/broker expert. The matter involved insurance coverage for a partially vacant office building and whether the agent violated standards in assuring the plaintiff that coverage was in place. When a loss was reported by the plaintiff, the insurance company denied it, in part on the basis that the property was partially vacant.
●The attorney on behalf of several life insurance companies retained an IEN life insurance underwriting expert. The IEN expert will address the issues involved in policy reinstatement and whether industry standards would have supported reinstatement.
●On behalf of the plaintiff, an attorney retained an IEN insurance expert on premium financing. The expert will pine on the duties and responsibilities of the insurance agent in keeping the insured informed on the status of premium financing and the in-force status of the related insurance policy.
●An IEN expert in agent/broker duties for marine insurance was retained by the attorney on behalf of one of the parties in an arbitration. The expert would provide testimony concerning alleged misrepresentations made on the application for marine insurance. While the insurance company paid the large claim, they are seeking reimbursement from the agent/broker.