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 the plaintiff business retained an IEN agent/broker expert who has experience with wholesale broker responsibilities. The expert will report whether the wholesale broker had a duty to notify the retail agent of coverage changes occurring between policy years.
●The attorney representing the defendant insurance company retained an IEN claims expert to aid in preparing a response in opposition to a declaratory judgment motion. The matter involved the nonreporting of a loss under a general liability policy and the standards applying to claims adjusting.
●The attorney representing the plaintiff retained an agent/broker expert member of IEN. The defendant agent did not inform the plaintiff that the renewal policy the agent procured contained a contractual liability exclusion while the expiring policy did not. The expert will issue an Affidavit of Merit.
●The attorney on behalf of the plaintiff construction company owner retained an IEN agent/broker expert. The expert is needed to opine on whether the defendant insurance agent met standards in procuring the insurance for the plaintiff's construction company.
●The attorney representing the plaintiff company retained an IEN expert. The expert has both risk management and underwriting experience and will opine on the intended meaning of the "occurrence" wording in the 1960's and 1970's Lloyd's of London policies.