Investigates, determines liability, confirms subrogation potential, establishes fair recoveries and negotiates settlement of subrogation claims.
Conducts investigation on assigned cases, confirms coverage, determines liability, identifies subrogation rights, confirms damages, prepares for arbitration, reports status, and negotiates settlement (has authority to make payment of deductible reimbursements).
Handles all types of subrogation claims and related matters.
Held accountable for individual goals and departmental goals for subrogation collections.
Handles med pay reimbursement claims with customers and attorneys.
Handles Subrogation Commercial and E & O collections, provides advice to the field in these areas.
Conducts research on subrogation claims and provide recommendations to the field for investigation
Reviews all type of claim files for possible subrogation potential and held accountable for proper recommendations for handling. Determines and reports on subrogation potential.
Supports field operations in the identification of subrogation claims and preserving of evidence.
Assists and trains agents in the area of subrogation.
Performs most duties on an individual basis, and work has a direct bearing on Management results.
Operates various payment systems for subrogation collections.
Represents the Company from a public relations standpoint and must conduct oneself as a member of Management at all times.
Contacts are a major part of activity and include policyholders, claimants, agents, witnesses, repair facilities, contractors, police and fire departments, state and county fraud and arson personnel, special investigators, attorneys, expert witnesses, members of the medical profession and all other persons incident to the investigation and processing of claims.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Preferred Skills and Abilities
Bending Pulling Sorting Carrying up to 20 lbs. Pushing Speaking (English) Climbing Reaching Standing Key entering Reading (English) Walking Kneeling Seeing Writing (English)
Required job duties are normally performed in a climate-controlled office environment, but with exposure to some or all of the following environments when in the field:
Uncontrolled outside environmental conditions Excessive Noise Levels Chemicals Chemical/Biological Conditions Moving Mechanical Parts Areas considered dangerous Conditions, which could affect the respiratory system or skin such as: fumes, odors, dust, mists, gases, oils, smoke, soot, or poor ventilation.
Four-year college degree required. Outside insurance education, e.g., CPCU, GCA is preferred.
Eighteen months as a Subrogation Representative.
Special Skills Requirements
Communication Personal Computer Literate Bondable
Farmers Insurance Group - 13 months ago
Farmers Insurance Group of Companies is the nation's third-largest Personal Lines Property & Casualty insurance group. Headquartered in...